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    Posted April 11, 2014 by
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    Steven Nemec: Superior Civil Judgment Enforcement Professional

     

    Steven Nemec is a veteran civil judgment enforcement professional. He has been in the judgment enforcement business for more than 10 years. He works mainly on civil judgment enforcement for clients’ interests to collect compensation as prescribed and levied by the courts. Across the United States, Native American tribes maintain judicial systems based on their Tribal Constitution and Tribal Codes.
    He is an experienced manager and administrator of civil court cases, with sharp expertise in federal service, in private practice, and within Native American courts. Steven Nemec has also written several articles on small-claims judgment enforcement.
    He started his career in 1989 at the United States Department of Defense, serving as a law enforcement officer and also handled a variety of cases, such as criminal and special investigations. By 2001, he moved to a special agent position with the National Insurance Crime Bureau. There, he reviewed potentially fraudulent claims for both insurance companies as well as law enforcement agencies. During this first five months of service to the bureau, Steven Nemec recovered 17 stolen cars. As a result, he was able to surpass the annual average for an agent by over 300%.
    Steven Nemec specializes in civil judgment enforcement, acquiring and overseeing a range of civil cases after judgment is entered, in his San Francisco and Washington, DC private offices.
    Steven Nemec has more than 25 years of experience in law enforcement. He serves as the administrator with Tribal Court Services, managing the support staff in handling Civil Native American Courts System cases that have proceeded to judgment and undertakes financial investigations of judgment debtor involved in such cases. Steven also facilitates the transfer of these cases to federal and state courts in order to obtain parallel judgment. As soon as both judgments are rendered, Steven Nemec undertakes enforcement activities that may include bank account levies, wage garnishments, and the serving of court subpoenas. Steven Nemec received a law degree with alternative dispute resolution specialty from the University of Arizona. For Steven and his staff, his clients come first. He and his team are unique from their competitors because they wrote focus solely on civil judgment enforcement full time, whereas others work on it part-time. Steven Nemec also regularly subscribes to court reviews and regularly continues his education. His goal is to help individuals to better understand the court and judicial system so that they are not left as victims, but as empowered and informed individuals.
    In his spare time, Steven Nemec worked extensively to raise funds for Red Cross disaster relief efforts for calamities such as Hurricane Katrina and Typhoon Yolanda. For Steven Nemec, volunteering and working with civic groups and various charities and organizations is an important way of giving back to the community.
    Steven Nemec truly believes that the United States of America is rich with tradition and culture. Native American culture greatly enhances the beauty of the country. In Steven Nemec’s free time, he enjoys skiing, flying, reading classic fiction such as Victor Hugo’s Les Miserables, in addition to being actively involved with his church.

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