Sometimes your Massachusetts debtors try to hide their assets. Unlike others who just look to see if the debtor currently owns property, we do more. We peel back the layers of the onion looking for fraudulent conveyances or fraudulent transfers from which to collect your delinquent accounts receivable or business debt.
Unlike lawyers that dabble in Massachusetts commercial debt collections, we have substantial experience in locating and setting aside fraudulent transfers and fraudulent conveyances so that the debtor’s once hidden assets are revealed, seized and sold to pay their debt to you.
If you suspect that the debtor has transferred its assets to avoid paying you the creditor, don’t wait. In Massachusetts there is only a four year statute of limitations to bring suit. That is four years from the time that you knew or should have known of the allegedly fraudulent transfer.
Before giving up on an outstanding debt, call us to explore whether there may be hidden assets including those fraudulently transferred from which you may collect your delinquent debt. Call (508) 620-6900 or email email@example.com.