My firm was recently successful in collections by having a stock transfer from a husband to his second wife set aside as fraudulent. The husband was in a bitter divorce with his former wife and had many judgments entered against him in favor of his ex-wife. During the divorce proceedings, he remarried and transferred 50% of his ownership in his company to his second wife. As a result, we filed a motion to implead the second wife as a third-party defendant to have the transfer to her set aside, which the court granted. As long as a creditor has an outstanding judgment and files the requisite affidavit pursuant to the proceedings supplementary statute (Fla. Stat. §56.29(1)), the creditor is entitled to proceedings supplementary against any recipient of a fraudulent transfer from the debtor.