There's no actual ruling that one is judgment proof, the facts of life make somebody judgment proof. You could still get judgment against the partner but there's nothing to execute judgment against to sell or lien to satisfy judgment. If the partner has personal assets out there he will most likely declare bankruptcy to limit your ability to recover.
Yeah, thanks for clearing that up. I'd trust RAM on that one. You're in law school, right?
Graduated and halfway through the two month wait to see if I passed the bar. I don't know which is worse, the three day bar exam or the two month wait to find the results.