This book examines why there continues to be an 80% failure rate in enforcing judgments in the U.S. It reviews what judgment creditors and their attorneys continue to do wrong and how that mind set can easily be corrected to reverse these failures and allow the victims of fraud and other maleficence recover their losses. Victims of fraud, theft, family disputes, contract disagreements, estate settlements or divorce and child support matters according to the courts are entitled to a fair resolution. It is then up to their attorneys and team of forensic accountants, digital forensic specialists, forensic research experts and case managers to trace and document the hidden or diverted assets, often both domestically and internationally and cause these assets to be recovered for the victims.
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About the Author
Joe is a graduate of the National Crime Prevention Institute, School of Police Administration, the University of Louisville. He was a founding member of the Harris County District Attorney’s Organized Crime Bureau in Houston, TX. Joe has over 50-years of financial investigation and forensic research experience. He has lectured nationally and internationally on financial investigation and judgment enforcement. After serving as a Detective Sergeant with the Houston Police Department. Joe founded the Oil & Gas Crime Prevention Bureau. He is an internationally recognized expert and instructor on financial investigations and judgment enforcement and has trained members of the FBI, DEA, Secret Service, IRS, SEC, Postal Inspectors, US Attorneys Staff, Attorney General staff, Texas Rangers and various law enforcement agencies, bar associations, regulators, trade associations and professional groups.
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