One of my favorite things about being a litigator is when I get to tell a client that a monetary judgment has been entered in his or her favor. Unfortunately, that moment is often followed by one of my least favorite things about being a litigator: dealing with the disappointment and frustration that clients often experience when he or she finds out that the defendant is not likely to write a check for the judgment amount. Whether the judgment is large or small, or against an individual or entity, as an attorney it is your job to advocate for your client and help him or her get paid.
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