Macon Collection of Judgment Attorneys
Frequently a litigant obtains a judgment but is unable to collect it because the judgment debtor, who appeared to have assets, now appears to have none. Not infrequently the judgment debtor has transferred assets or paid other creditors in a manner which still leaves those assets subject to that judgment.
Ken Hall, has had extensive experience in cases involving judgments against companies or individuals with no assets who are affiliated with other companies which do have assets. The issues dealt with in such cases include fraudulent transfers, fraudulent conveyances, preferences, piercing the corporate veil, alter ego, bulk sales, and successor liability and the crime fraud exception to the attorney-client privilege.
Ken Hall has domesticated judgments under the Uniform Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Act. The issues dealt with in these cases include full faith and credit, res judicata, the Federal Arbitration Act, federal preemption, as well as issues under the Uniform Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Act. The case found at 2009 WL 4251174 is an example of some of those issues.
In addition, Ken Hall has handled cases involving the setting aside of judgments under Georgia law.
Contact us today to put your legal matter in the capable hands of our law firm. We have over a century of experience serving the people of the great state of Georgia.