An internet advertising company’s out of state customer ran up a $54,000.00 bill and then refused to pay. The internet advertising company called us. Relying on the advertising company’s forum selection clause, we brought by suit in Massachusetts and obtained a Temporary Restraining Order. After giving notice to the debtor, the Court allowed our motion … Continue reading We Specialize in Out of State Debt Collection
A design/build firm entered into a contract to prepare architectural drawings its customer’s office addition. Two thirds of the way into the design purchase of the project, the customer underwent a change of management. The new management cancelled the project. With over $30,000.00 in delinquent bills, the design/build firm contacted us. I immediately reviewed the … Continue reading Delays Do Not Stop Debt Collection
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There are lots of collections law firms out there, but when you need this kind of legal help, you need the best, most effective firm around. What should you look for in a collections law firm to ensure it, and its attorneys, will be of help to you? Experience in the Field Like any … Continue reading What Makes an Effective Collections Law Firm?
A debt collection attorney has to have the skills and the dedication to collect funds owed to clients when other simple methods like phone calls and letters have failed. If your attorney is not advocating ceaselessly, he or she is not working for you, and not earning those legal fees you are paying. At the … Continue reading Does Your Debt Collection Attorney Work for You?
It’s frustrating when a customer tells you they will make regular monthly payments and then stops doing so. Some individuals and businesses wait for money to trickle in, because they want to keep the customer and they do not wish to add the cost of an attorney to the mix. Usually what happens is that … Continue reading How Do Commercial Debt Collectors Work
A mechanic’s lien is a legislative tool which allows you to put a lien on property which you have improved, even though you have no contract with the owner. It is a highly technical statute which is not enforced unless you follow its strict guidelines because of its highly unusual remedy. When used properly and … Continue reading Enforcing Mechanic’s Liens
Some attorneys believe that once you have won a judgment, game over. Not us. When you have a deadbeat, a judgment is just the beginning. A judgment is just a court order that says the debtor owes you money and how much is owed. It is not usually a court order directing the debtor to … Continue reading Enforcing Judgments
What is a Mechanic’s Lien? A mechanic’s lien provides payment assurance for those who have provided labor and/or materials to improve an existing or new building or structure. It is also known as a construction lien, a materialman’s lien, or a supplier’s lien when pursued by those supplying materials. It may also be described as … Continue reading Massachusetts Mechanic’s Liens
Do you have commercial tenants who are late on payments? Do you have business tenants that have moved out and have not paid their remaining balance? If you have outstanding balances that are 60 days past due or older, it’s time to explore your options for collecting unpaid rent. If you are located in Boston, … Continue reading Collection of Commercial Unpaid Rent