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Collection Strategies For Locating Hidden And Transferred Assets

Webinar: ID# 1023197
Recorded CD
About This Course:
You will learn how to maximize your time (and your client's profit) by focusing on the assets the debtors and defendants don't want you to find. Attorneys can stop wasting time on garnishments and writs returned unsatisfied and get judgments paid off faster, with less work.

You can also use these strategies get ahead of other creditors using equitable powers of courts to void liens or order direct transfers.


Debtor Examinations: When and From Whom Can You Demand Information?
  • Spouses and Business Partners
  • References
  • Landlords/Subcontractors
Public Records and Online Searches: An Overview of the Do's and Don'ts of Public Data Mining
  • Facebook® and Other Websites and Potential Liability for Misuse
  • Government Agencies That Have Financial Records Which May Be Helpful (and Available)
Using Early Settlements to Improve Collectability: Why Settling for Less Now Might Help You Collect More Than Full-Bore Litigation, and Reduce Expenses
About The Presenter

Briane Pagel
  • Partner at Kerkman & Dunn
  • Has been litigating in complicated collection and consumer cases for 16 years, representing both creditors and debtors
  • Has tried numerous cases in state and federal court and has helped clients utilize creative procedures to recover money and property even where prior trial counsel had failed
  • Writer of “The Marital Property Act’s Effects on Debt After Marriage” and “Sounding the Death Knell of Forced Consumer Arbitration”, both of which appeared in Wisconsin Lawyer
  • Hosts and presents at the Wisconsin State Bar’s Annual Consumer Law Update, among other seminars related to consumer and collection law
Collection Strategies For Locating Hidden And Transferred Assets
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