William Ilecki, Esq.
Chiari & Ilecki, LLP, Buffalo, NY
The Debt Collection and Judgment Enforcement monograph has been updated and redesigned and is now part of the New York Lawyers- Practical Skills Series. The 2013-2014 release is current through the 2013 New York State legislative session, and also includes updates on the new federal regulations on garnishment of accounts containing certain protected federal benefits, as well as dramatic modifications on exemptions under CPLR 5205.
Covering the procedures for debt collection and the enforcement of money judgments, this practice guide addresses restrictions on debt collection, alternatives to litigation, identification and evaluation of the debtor, and more. This practice guide, by William Ilecki, Esq., is even more valuable with the inclusion of Forms on CD.
The procedures for debt collection and the enforcement of money judgments are the focus of this monograph. Debt Collection and Judgment Enforcement offers guidance on the basics of debt collection from evaluating the claim and debtor, to demand upon the debtor and payment agreements, to alternatives to litigation. Topics such as the basics of instituting a suit, preparing the pleadings, service of process, entry of default judgments and pre-judgment remedies are included. The chapter on enforcement of money judgments includes guidance on restraining notices, subpoenas, orders, personal property executions and income executions.
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