Summary Adjudication vs. Summary Judgment: When to Use One Over the Other

Summary Adjudication vs. Summary Judgment: When to Use One Over the Other

When considering summary judgment vs. summary adjudication as trial strategies, you should consult with Texas lawyers who possess the resources and knowledge of these nuanced procedural techniques to help you. Keep reading to learn more about the ins and outs of summary adjudication and summary judgment. The Difference between Summary Adjudication and Summary Judgment Summary

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Judgment Collection Attorney Consultations: What to Expect

Judgment Collection Attorney Consultations: What to Expect

During a judgment collection consultation with an attorney, you will discuss several options together to determine the best path for your specific collections case. Keep reading to learn more about the consultation process. The Role of Judgment Collection Attorneys The best judgment collection attorneys know all the ins and outs of how to pursue a

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What Is Receivership – Texas Court-Appointed Receivers & Turnover Orders

What Is Receivership – Texas Court-Appointed Receivers & Turnover Orders

Texas state laws provide for another avenue to obtain money or valuable property to satisfy a judgment that the defendant/debtor is trying to avoid paying, and that is through the professional efforts of a court-appointed receiver. Under Section 31.002 of the Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code, a judgment creditor may “obtain satisfaction on [a]

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Writ of Sequestration in Texas

Writ of Sequestration in Texas

Fans of legal television dramas may be all too familiar with such popularized criminal law terminology as a defendant needing to “make bail” to avoid remaining in jail because he or she is “flight risk.” The civil courts maintain a similar process in relation to personal property and real estate involved in actions for money

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Writ of Execution in Texas – What Happens after It’s Served?

Writ of Execution in Texas – What Happens after It’s Served?

The modern court system in the State of Texas provides many protections for judgment debtors. Navigating the post-judgment collection process can be overwhelming whether the judgment is from state court, the federal district court, or out-of-state. After countless demand letters go ignored, judgment creditors often must return to even more litigation in hopes of getting

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