After a judgment is obtained, how aggressive is HALPERN at collecting our money?

We start by instructing the District Court Administrator to issue an Order For Disclosure, requiring the debtor’s officer to fill out, sign, and send to us a Financial Disclosure Form, which often identifies accounts receivable and personal property that can be levied upon. We serve upon the debtor’s officer a Subpoena and a Notice of Taking Deposition to require the production of the debtor’s key financial, tax, and governance documents. We then direct garnishments and levies to be placed upon your debtor’s assets. If the debtor fails to cooperate with post-judgment discovery, we immediately proceed with Contempt of Court Motions, which put the debtor’s officer in jeopardy of fines and/or incarceration.

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