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The Debt Collector's Handbook: Collecting Debts, Finding Assets, Enforcing Judgments, and Beating Your Creditors

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: American Bar Association
ISBN: 9781627224956
Service #: 42006409
Shelf Space: 2 in.
Publication frequency: Updated as changes in the law dictate
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The Debt Collector's Handbook: Collecting Debts, Finding Assets, Enforcing Judgments, and Beating Your Creditors

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Published by the American Bar Association (ABA), The Debt Collector's Handbook: Collecting Debts, Finding Assets, Enforcing Judgments, and Beating Your Creditors teaches the basics of civil remedies, real estate, finance, and sleuthing.

Winning your case in court is only half the battle. It's a fact that some people hide their assets to avoid paying debts and judgments. This truly unique book will show you how to find and reach that hidden money.

Author David J. Cook is a veteran collections attorney who has been chasing down debtors for over 39 years. He is well known for representing Ronald Goldman's father in collecting the multimillion dollar civil judgment against O.J. Simpson. In this colorfully written book, the author outlines for you the power of the bluff and the outer parameters of threat, when a threat becomes extortion, and when you need to walk away from a situation.

Learn about:

  • What questions you need to ask
  • Where you should look for hidden funds and assets
  • How to read financial statements
  • What can you expect from a judge
  • How far can you go
  • Various investigatory techniques

This book is about collecting debts, finding assets, enforcing judgments against difficult people, or, should you be so inclined, beating out your creditors.