JULY 20, 2020. IVELJIC AND MIKUZIS QUOTED IN FORBES ARTICLE, TITLED “WHAT EXACTLY CAN BE TAKEN FROM YOU IN A LAWSUIT?”

Mag Mile Law Partners Mario Iveljic and Steven Mikuzis were recently quoted in Forbes about what assets can be taken from someone as a result of a lawsuit. Steve provided insight about insurance and what property may be exempt from garnishment, and Iveljic shared how he uses thorough citations to discover assets to identify property that may be used to satisfy a judgment.

Click here to read the full Forbes article and see what our Partners had to say. For more information, contact us today at info@magmilelaw.com or reach out to one of our attorneys directly.

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