Getting a judgment isn’t the only challenging aspect of a legal dispute; collecting on a judgment can present a whole new set of challenges. Some parties actively make efforts to judgment proof themselves by alienating their assets. While such conduct can be appropriate, in certain circumstances it can trigger the Fraudulent Conveyance Act (the “Act”). The Act serves as a tool to help creditors get to assets that debtors have inappropriately alienated from themselves.
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