Collecting On Judgments
Putting your business’s finances in order may include collecting on judgments already on the books. When your company’s back is against the wall, it is time to ramp up the pace of collections, including judgment collections.
At Aaronson Schantz Beiley P.A. in Miami, we pull out all the stops for our small to midsize business clients who are struggling to get their finances back on track. Judgment collections can seem daunting, but when we get into gear, our attorneys often get results that make a difference. They usually do this work on a contingency basis or a hybrid hourly/contingency basis. If your business is in financial trouble and you have given up on collecting on old judgments, then let our team give those accounts fresh energy.
Getting Your Business Back On Track With The Help Of Past Judgments
Florida’s laws on collections allow us many methods of collections, including the seizure of business assets, vehicles and more. Enforcing and collecting on judgments are strong suits of our asset recovery lawyers. They use all available avenues, including:
- Wage garnishment
- Bank account levies
- Property liens
- Forensic accountant investigations that dig into a wide assortment of sources of information, such as banking and credit bureau records
On the other side of the coin, if a creditor is after you or your business and is attempting to collect on a judgment, then our attorneys will evaluate the case carefully to determine if there are grounds to get that judgment overturned through complex civil litigation.
Get Answers And New Avenues Of Hope Now
Florida law allows plaintiffs 20 years to collect on judgments. So, even if you have set aside judgments that led to brick walls, things may have changed and there may be new ways to collect. Our judgment collection lawyers will bring additional debt collection litigation if that is necessary to get at hidden assets that should have been used to pay judgments.