Goin v. Crump
The appellate court held that the trial court had abused its discretion when it allowed the turnover of a judgment debtor's legal malpractice, DTPA and Chapter 541 Insurance Code claims because the turnover of such claims violated Texas public policy, but the appellate court found that the trial court did not err by allowing the turnover of the debtor's claims under Chapter 542 of the Insurance Code because the turnover of those claims will not skew the adversary process.
automobile liability insurance policy, umbrella policy, turnover, judgment debtor, Deceptive Trade Practices Act, Insurance Code, Chapter 542, Chapter 541, legal malpractice, mandamus, abuse of discretion, DTPA, public policy
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