Tag Archives: Proceedings Supplementary

Aggressive Collection Strategies: Using Proceedings Supplementary to Get Paid

In Florida, Proceedings Supplementary are begun utilizing the procedure found in Fla. Stat. 56.29.  The Proceedings Supplementary statute was enacted prior the adoption of the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure.  In the recent past this created a lot of confusion … Read Full Post

CATEGORY: Florida Business Litigation Blog Practice Areas: , , , , , ,

Impleading Third Parties in Proceedings Supplementary

Proceedings supplementary are powerful procedural mechanisms for judgment creditors with unsatisfied judgments. (See previous blog post, Florida Proceedings Supplementary 101.) However, properly impleading a potential third-party defendant under section 56.29, Florida Statutes, is a technical process that requires close attention to detail. Read Full Post

CATEGORY: Florida Business Litigation Blog Practice Areas: , , , ,

Florida Proceedings Supplementary 101

Winning a lawsuit and being rewarded a money judgment does not always lead to the plaintiff’s best day. For example, Plaintiff sues Defendant for breach of contract. During the trial, Defendant realizes she may lose the case and, as a result, be forced to liquidate most of her assets to pay the money judgment. Read Full Post

CATEGORY: Florida Business Litigation Blog Practice Areas: , , ,

Are Attorney’s Fees Available for Fraudulent Transfers in Florida?

Florida’s Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act (“FUFTA”) provides creditors with various remedies. See Charles B. Jimerson’s blog post on the various remedies under FUFTA, Remedies for Creditors Under FUFTA Chapter 726 – Part I: Who May Be Liable. However, while FUFTA … Read Full Post

CATEGORY: Florida Business Litigation Blog Practice Areas: , , , , , ,