The case alleged fraudulent transfers of real property by the Defendants (a married couple who were both real estate professionals). Following a two day jury trial, FMS Attorneys Dean and Scrugham convinced a Knox County jury that the Defendants transferred properties with an intent to “hinder, delay, or defraud” the Plaintiff, Ticor Title Insurance Company (which had obtained a prior judgment against one Defendant). The Jury ruled the transfers were fraudulent and, as a result, the transfers were set aside by the Court. The Plaintiff’s prior judgment lien against one of the Defendants then attached to the properties. This will significantly aid the FMS’s client in its collection efforts against the Defendant.