Arnold & Arnold, LLP Attorneys at Law - construction

Contact Us

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information
disclaimer.

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.

close

Privacy Policy

Free Initial Consultation Call 720-962-6010 Free Initial Consultation Call 720-962-6010
Subscribe to This Blog's Feed

arnold_and_arnold_logo

Arnold & Arnold, LLP
Attorneys at Law
7691 Shaffer Parkway, Suite A
Littleton, CO 80127
Phone: 720-962-6010
Fax: 720-962-6011
Map and Directions
E-Mail

Visit Our Blog




Supreme Court Pro Bono Achievement 2011

Supreme Court Pro Bono Achievement 2012
FindLaw Network

Collection Archives

POST - JUDGMENT COLLECTION

HOW DO YOU KNOW WHAT PROPERTY THE DEBTOR HAS?

Rule 69, C.R.C.P. provides for Execution and Proceedings Subsequent to Judgment. The Rule allows a creditor to either serve written interrogatories on the judgment debtor, who must be personally served under Rule 45, CR.C.P., or serve a subpoena on the judgment debtor to appear in Court to answer questions concerning property. You can serve a subpoena duces tecum and require the judgment debtor to bring documents with him, so you can verify the answers.

NAVIGATING SMALL CLAIMS COURT

NAVIGATING THE LEGAL SYSTEM ON YOUR OWN IN SMALL CLAIMS COURT

Small claims court can be useful when the amount in controversy is $7,500 or less. It is a quick process that avoids attorney's fees and the delays of typical litigation. There are some excellent self-help resources at the websites below if you decide to embark on the process or if you find yourself involuntarily involved.

Finding Assets after Judgment - Disclosure Hearings

Finding Assets- Disclosure Hearings

Rule 69, C.R.C.P. provides for Execution and Proceedings Subsequent to Judgment. The Rule allows a creditor to either serve written interrogatories on the judgment debtor, who must be personally served under Rule 45, CR.C.P., or serve a subpoena on the judgment debtor to appear in Court to answer questions concerning property. You can serve a subpoena duces tecum and require the judgment debtor to bring documents with him, so you can verify the answers. County Court allows Interrogatories to be served under Rule 369, C.R.C.C.P., but does not provide for subpoenas.