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lawyer. I went to JustAnswers.com twice for expert service and was very surprised at the low cost and satisfactory results. I paid $39 for legal advice and I would have paid nothing if I were not satisfied with the answer.

You could also use the judgement against the manager as evidence to have him indicted for fraud. Most people will miraculously come up with money to avoid prison. Another option is to report the judgment to the appropriate government agency (probably the SEC). If a government investigator determines there is enough merit, he can suspend or permanently revoke the license of the manager, providing yet another excellent incentive for him to come up with the money.

If all else fails, and financial chaos ensues after government benefit reductions and private insurance cancellations lead to riots, you can always lead the lynch mob to his front door.