We Collect Foreign Judgments and Commercial Debt Often winning a judgment does not mean collecting a commercial debt. A Kentucky company sold materials to a company located in Massachusetts. $32,000.00 worth of unpaid bills later, the Kentucky company filed suit and obtained a Kentucky judgment. Instead of calling me to collect the out of state judgment … Continue reading We Collect Foreign Judgments and Commercial Debt
HIRE THE ATTORNEY OTHER ATTORNEYS HIRE TO COLLECT THEIR UNPAID BILLS! MIDDLESEX —- Even an attorney can get stiffed on a bill. After running up a tab of $61,000.00 in legal fees, the debtor refuses to pay his own attorney. Despite numerous requests for payment, the debtor refuses to budge. After unsuccessfully exhausting all … Continue reading HIRE THE ATTORNEY OTHER ATTORNEYS HIRE TO COLLECT THEIR UNPAID BILLS!
FORUM SELECTION CLAUSES CAN HELP YOU COLLECT YOUR MONEY SUFFOLK —- An internet service provider’s out-of-state debtor decides that it does not want to pay its bill. Fortunately, the provider’s contract contains a forum selection clause allowing for suit to be filed in Massachusetts. The provider hires me and I immediately began work. The debtor … Continue reading FORUM SELECTION CLAUSES CAN HELP YOU COLLECT YOUR MONEY
DO YOU USE A FORUM SELECTION CLAUSE? A forum selection clause is a valuable tool which allows suppliers of materials and providers of services to control where they can sue and be sued. It can save a business time and money by requiring litigation where they are located rather than where their commercial debtor resides. … Continue reading Do You Use a Forum Selection Clause?
PROCEDURAL ERRORS CAN COST YOU YOUR MECHANIC’S LIEN RIGHTS DON’T TRY TO SAVE A BUCK AND LOSE THE BANK I am often requested to either enforce or dissolve a mechanic’s lien. Unlike basement bargain on-line mills that prepare mechanic’s liens without close attention to statutory detail, I carefully examine my client’s paperwork to make sure … Continue reading Procedural Errors Can Cost You Your Mechanic’s Lien Rights
PERSISTANCE + RELENTLESS PURSUIT TO COLLECT BAD DEBT = PAYDAY A plumbing supplier’s customer hit hard times in 2008. When the customer went silent, the supplier called me. I immediately filed suit and sought and obtained ex parte attachments. Unfortunately, the attachments seized no assets. When the defendant failed to file an answer, I then … Continue reading PERSISTANCE + RELENTLESS PURSUIT TO COLLECT BAD DEBT = PAYDAY
TIRED OF BEING STIFFED?? MECHANIC’S LIENS WORK FOR MY CLIENTS!! A lumber supplier, with a significant delinquent receivable, consulted me. The supplier did not want to file suit for fear of losing its customer, but wanted to gain security. I suggested filing a Mechanics Lien. The next day, I prepared the Notice of Contract and … Continue reading A Mechanics Lien Can Make the Difference Between Getting Paid Or Getting Stiffed
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
Massachusetts District Court – – – A supplier hired me to collect an outstanding debt. Like usual, I immediately filed suit, obtained an attachment and won judgment. Despite obtaining a judgment against the corporation and the individual guarantors, the corporation was defunct and the individual guarantors did not have the ability to make monthly payments. … Continue reading Patience Can Result in Bad Debt Recovery
Superior Court… A supplier’s customer over time ostensibly became a close friend. However instead of treating his supplier as a close friend, the customer chose to pay all of its other debtors first! After repeated unfulfilled promises, the supplier called me. I immediately filed suit seeking to attach the debtor’s bank account and real estate. … Continue reading A Real Estate Attachment Helps Collect Bad Debt