Under certain circumstances, California law provides special remedies for those who are owed money. For instance, you may have the right to begin seizing the assets of a defendant as soon as you have a lawsuit. If you have concerns that the defendant will attempt to hide or transfer his assets, you may have the right to obtain a Temporary Restraining Order prohibiting the defendant from transferring or distributing any assets.
The use of these special procedures, including Right to Attach orders and Writ of Attachments, is highly technical. In order to successfully represent you, your attorney must be experienced in handling prejudgment right to attach orders, writs of attachment and the law relating to express oral and written contracts.
While we cannot guarantee that past results are an indication of performance in any particular case, retaining an attorney specifically skilled in this area is the key to a favorable outcome. We have more than twenty years of experience and a track record of successful results. We have successfully argued for and obtained temporary restraining orders and writs of attachment against defendant’s assets without any notice to the defendant. See our sample Case Results.