Show Your Clients the Money: Enforcing Judgments in Minnesota
2.0 CLE credit applied for this program.
Winning your case is only the first step. In this CLE, you will learn how to enforce the judgment so that your client can actually get paid. Topics include docketing, transcribing, and satisfaction of judgments; liens on real estate; and methods for discovering and obtaining the assets of the judgment debtor.
Featuring: Caryn Boisen, Larson King and Joseph F. Kueppers, Chancellor for Civil Affairs, Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis
- Docketing the Judgment
- Transcribing the Judgment
- Satisfaction of the Judgment
- How Long Does a Judgment Last?
- Lien on Real Estate
- Homestead Exemption
- Discovering/Locating Assets of the Judgment Debtor
- Post-Judgment Discovery
- Writ of Execution – Minn. Stat. §550.135
- Execution Sale by Sheriff
- Garnishment of Earnings – Minn. Stat. §571.71, et seq.
- Garnishment Upon Financial Institution – Minn. Stat. §571.71, et seq.
- Contempt of Court Motion
- Small Money Judgment Levy
- Receiverships – Minn. Stat.§576.25
- Pre-Litigation Attachment – Minn. Stat.§570.01
- Pre-Judgment Interest
- Post-Judgment Interest – Minn. Stat. §549.09
- Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA)
Caryn Boisen, a partner with Larson King, focuses her practice in the areas of construction, products liability, commercial litigation, and business litigation. She provides advice to clients regarding business planning and avoiding disputes. She also has significant experience in all aspects of defensive and offensive litigation including jury trials, bench trials, arbitrations, and mediations.Caryn obtained her undergraduate degree from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, and her law degree from Hamline University School of Law in St. Paul. Prior to joining Larson King, Caryn worked for a large Washington, D.C. law firm.
Joseph Kueppers currently serves as Chancellor for Civil Affairs for the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis. In this position he serves as the chief legal officer for the Archdiocese. Prior to be appointed Chancellor he was a shareholder and president of Kueppers, Kronschnabel & Daly, P.A. working in the areas of civil litigation, business law and estate planning. He also served as a Judge in Small Claims Court (Conciliation Court) in Ramsey County.Joe received his undergraduate degree from the University of Minnesota and his law degree from Hamline University School of Law.
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