Issues Enforcing Out of State and Out of Country Judgments Cellai Law has experience with some of the biggest issues enforcing out of state and out of country collection judgments. We very often asked to enforce out of state Judgments and Judgments from other countries. In our vast experience enforcing out of state Judgments (and out of country Judgments), the biggest issues that arise are whether (a) the defendant was properly served with the legal process and (b) whether the originating Court had jurisdiction over the defendant. Typically, jurisdiction over the defendant is something that is not pushed very hard. Whether the debtor knew about the process is always a big issue. As a result, Cellai Law seeks documents from the out of state litigation which shows service on the debtor/defendant and that they knew about the underlying litigation. If you provide these document to the court upfront to show the court that the debtor/defendant was properly served, Judges usually agree to lien the bank accounts and real estate of a debtor without their knowledge or consent.
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