Creditor Debtor

The firm practices in the area of creditor rights, debtor defense, and other post-judgment enforcement activity. This area of practice includes creditor remedies such as writs of execution, garnishments, levies, assignment orders, receivers, creditor suits, and debtor examinations, as well as debtor defenses involving exemptions or third-party claims of ownership. The firm represents both individuals and business entities, and handles both secured and unsecured claims.
The firm does not normally accept cases in the area of consumer collections, i.e., credit card cases or FDCPA claims. The firm also does not routinely practice in bankruptcy.
Experience of the firm in this area of practice includes:

A. VOIDABLE TRANSACTIONS (WAS: FRAUDULENT TRANSFERS)
The firm has experience in the prosecution and defense of fraudulent transfer claims. Jay Adkisson served as an American Bar Association Section Adviser to the drafting committee of the Uniform Voidable Transactions Act (2014), and has lectured frequently to professional groups on the topic of fraudulent transfers and published numerous articles on the subject which are collected here.

B. CHARGING ORDERS
The firm has experience in the motion practice involving charging orders. Jay Adkisson is the author of the American Bar Association book, The Charging Order Practice Guide (ABA 2018), and has lectured frequently to professional groups on the topic of charging orders and published numerous articles on the subject which are collected here.

C. ASSET PROTECTION LITIGATION
The firm has experience in the area of asset protection litigation, including the defusing of complex asset protection arrangements on behalf of creditors, and the defense of complex asset protection structures on behalf of debtors and related persons. Jay Adkisson is a co-author of Asset Protection: Concepts & Strategies (McGraw-Hill 2004), and has lectured frequently to professional groups on the topic of asset protection and published numerous articles on the subject which are collected here.

D. SISTER-STATE AND FOREIGN-COUNTRY JUDGMENT REGISTRATION
The firm has experience in the area of sister-state and foreign-country judgment registration. Jay Adkisson served as an American Bar Association section adviser to the drafting committee of the Uniform Canadian Money-Judgment Registration Act (2019).