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Procedural Requirements

In a judgment enforcement proceeding, time is money. Most judgment debtors will rely on the procedural hurdles of federal and state law to avoid paying an outstanding judgment.

Levin-Epstein & Associates, P.C. is an experienced leader in navigating the procedural hurdles of judgment enforcements. Our strong and committed team has a consistent track record for successful judgment collections. By using aggressive yet responsible methods our debt collectors can recover your money quickly through the strategic use of:

  1. Subpoenas Duces Tecum - Requiring the debtor or any third parties with valuable information to provide books and/or records of whatever material(s) are in question. (e.g– banks and statements, accountant, tax filing companies etc.).
  2. Subpoenas Testificandum – Ordering the debtor to appear in-person for a deposition under oath.
  3. Informational Subpoena – Requiring the debtor or any third parties with valuable information to answer detailed questions about the debtor’s assets.
  4. Restraining Notices – Forcing entities, like banks, to freeze the debtor’s funds to ensure sufficient funds exist within the account for payment on the underlying judgment.

The knowledgeable and experienced debt collection lawyers at Levin-Epstein & Associates, P.C. are here to help creditors enforce judgments efficiently.

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