Ex Parte Bank Attachments

We Collect Debt, Even if Your Customer is Out of State

A service vendor is owed approximately $6,600 from an out of state customer. When the customer morphs into a deadbeat claiming that it is in financial difficulty, the vendor calls me. In the vendor’s contract, its customer had agreed to subject itself to being sued in Massachusetts. This is called a forum selection clause and … Continue reading We Collect Debt, Even if Your Customer is Out of State

Aggressive Debt Collection In Action

SUPERIOR COURT – – – – In 2010, a private lender obtained a judgment against its debtors in a New York court. The debtors owned assets in New York and Massachusetts. The debtors had promised to make payment and then defaulted leaving a principal judgment amount of approximately $75,000.00. After its attorneys had struggled to … Continue reading Aggressive Debt Collection In Action

We Collect Old Commercial Debts

Middlesex Superior Court… A  supplier’s former customer didn’t pay its bill of approximately $47,000.00 for almost four years. The supplier held the mistaken belief that only written off bad debt could be sent to collections. Fortunately, the supplier wrote off the debt before the expiration of the UCC four-year statute of limitations.  Not wanting to allow … Continue reading We Collect Old Commercial Debts

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Mechanic Lien + Attachment = Payment

Mechanic Liens and Attachment Motions Lead to Immediate Payment A plumbing supplier’s contractor customer slowly turned off the payment tap. Facing a defiant debtor, the supplier called me. My review of the file revealed that my client had sufficient written documents, including email correspondence, when viewed together formed a written contract. This was essential to allow me to … Continue reading Mechanic Lien + Attachment = Payment

Experienced Massachusetts Collection Attorney

Experienced Collection Attorney v.  Collection Agency — You Decide An out of state supplier is owed monies from a Massachusetts corporation (“debtor”). Despite numerous emails from the debtor promising payment, nothing happened. After reviewing our website, the supplier contacted us. After the initial discussion, the supplier had to decide between hiring a collection agency charging … Continue reading Experienced Massachusetts Collection Attorney

CALL THE ATTORNEY OTHER ATTORNEYS CALL TO COLLECT DEBT

CALL THE ATTORNEY OTHER ATTORNEYS CALL TO COLLECT DEBT SUPERIOR COURT – An attorney’s commercial client racks up a $70,000.00 bill and then fails to pay any of the monies owed. After the three years statute of limitations had run on a potential malpractice claim, the attorney turned to me to collect the debt. I immediately began … Continue reading CALL THE ATTORNEY OTHER ATTORNEYS CALL TO COLLECT DEBT

Collection Lawyer Successfully Uses A Bank Attachment To Collect Bad Debt

SOMETIMES A BANK ATTACHMENT IS ALL YOU NEED TO INSPIRE YOUR DEBTORS TO PAY THEIR BILL   CAMBRIDGE —- A supplier’s customer fails to pay its bills and then stops talking to the supplier. Frustrated by the debtor’s ostrich approach, the supplier calls me. After researching the debtor’s assets, I immediately filed suit and obtained … Continue reading Collection Lawyer Successfully Uses A Bank Attachment To Collect Bad Debt

Hiring The Right Commercial Debt Collection Attorney Is Like Winning The Lottery

Hiring The Right Commercial Debt Collection Attorney Is Like Winning The Lottery SUPERIOR COURT —-  A plumber stiffed its supplier for over $40,000.00. Instead of calling just any third party collector to chase the debt, the supplier called me – an experienced AV Rated commercial debt collection attorney in Massachusetts. The plumber had signed a credit … Continue reading Hiring The Right Commercial Debt Collection Attorney Is Like Winning The Lottery

Not All Monies In Retirement Accounts are Exempt From Bad Debt Collection

 Not All Monies In Retirement Accounts are Exempt From Attachment M.G.L. c. 235 § 34A, in relevant parts states that: …The exemption in this section for plans maintained by an individual, whether or not self-employed, shall not apply to sums deposited, determined without regard to deposits pursuant to a rollover or transfer except to the … Continue reading Not All Monies In Retirement Accounts are Exempt From Bad Debt Collection

Collect Commercial Debt with Personal Property Attachments

Personal Property Attachments Help to Collect Commercial Debt A food supplier gets stung by its customer with a $23,000.00 bill. Despite the supplier’s efforts, its debtor went ostrich. Fed up with the lack of responsiveness, the suppler called on me to collect the commercial debt. I immediately filed suit and obtained an ex parte attachment … Continue reading Collect Commercial Debt with Personal Property Attachments