Domesticate Foreign Judgment Texas
Have you found yourself in the middle of a Domesticate Foreign Judgment Texas issue? Perhaps, the debtor is refusing to pay the judgement. Or, the debtor has their assets in another state. In this case it is crucial for you to hire the right attorney who is knowledgeable in domesticating foreign judgments.
In addition, not all states have the same requirements and laws. Hence, why it is important to know whether the state demands the creditor to file a new lawsuit or if the state has adopted the Uniform Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Act (UEFJA). The UEFJA, is an act that provides an easier way to deal with judgements that must enter another state.
Actually, to domesticate a judgement could be a difficult process if you do not seek the right attorney. Thus, the right attorney is one who not only understands the process but has also had experience in it.
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For this reason, it would be wise to call the Law Offices of Paul A. Humbert, P.L. Attorney Paul A. Humbert, Esq. founded Law Offices of Paul A. Humbert, P.L. four years ago, after previously working as an attorney for a large commercial litigation law firm in Miami. Paul has established himself as a go to attorney in the field of creditors rights and debt collection. National and regional banks, private lenders, debt buyers, and other businesses all turn to Paul for his expertise in their most complicated litigation matters. Paul has successfully collected tens of millions of dollars of charged off debt throughout Florida for his clients. He actively represents banks in some of their most complicated commercial foreclosure matters involving multi-million dollar sums. His wide variety of litigation experience also extends to representation of fraud victims, credit damage litigants, and other aggrieved consumers and businesses alike.
Paul is licensed to practice law in the following courts:
- Florida State Court
- Florida Southern District of Florida Federal Court
- Florida Southern District of Florida Bankruptcy Court
- Florida Middle District of Florida Federal Court
- Florida Middle District of Florida Bankruptcy Court
- United States Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals