Post Judgment Collection Attorney North Carolina

A lot of times so much energy is spent getting a judgment at court whether by motion or by trial. But how do you collect on that judgment if the debtor doesn't turn around a pay?

North Carolina has archaic post-judgment collection laws that date back to the 1800's. It's a maze to get through the process of exemptions and executions.

One useful tool in the NC post judgment collection process is the motion and order for the judgment debtor not to dispose of assets.This is part of the NCGS

§ 1-358. Disposition of property forbidden. The court or judge may, by order, forbid a transfer or other disposition of, or any interference with, the property of the judgment debtor not exempt from execution. (C.C.P., s. 264; 1868-9, c. 95, s. 2; Code, ss. 488 [subsec. 6], 494; Rev., s. 673; C.S., s. 717.) or see

This is when you are worried the debtor is going to dispose of assets or sell them. The punishments are severe. 

When you are ready to hire a post judgment collection attorney north carolina, call 336-768-1515