Register a Foreign Judgment in NY

A man's hands signing papers.Can you register a foreign judgment in NY? Fortunately, the answer is a resounding yes! After obtaining a judgment in federal court, you can register the judgment in NY’s state court. And you should. Let’s talk about why you should.

Attorneys and their clients love to leverage the element of surprise. You want to seize assets to satisfy a foreign judgment once registered in New York. Consequently, you don’t want to provide notice of the judgment’s registry in New York.  But what if you don’t have to? Perhaps providing notice of the judgment’s registration is not the law. Continue reading “Register a Foreign Judgment in NY”

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Why Does Your Debt Collection Lawyer Want You To Sign This Affidavit And Why Must It Be Notarized?

The goal of this debt collection lawyer is to work on the case and get the client paid without much involvement from the client. Clients would rather spend time focused on growing their business and securing paying customers than chasing bad debt. When you are asked to do any additional work on a case, like getting a paper notarized, it can be frustrating. Continue reading “Why Does Your Debt Collection Lawyer Want You To Sign This Affidavit And Why Must It Be Notarized?”

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Debt Collection Lawyer Blog: Your Non-Paying “Customer” is a Hallucination

Webster and debt collection lawyers define “CUSTOMER” as “one that purchases a commodity or service.”

“PURCHASE” is defined as “acquire (something) by paying for it.” Continue reading “Debt Collection Lawyer Blog: Your Non-Paying “Customer” is a Hallucination”

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Your Debt Collection Lawyer’s Letter Didn’t Work, Now What?

You thought you were going to be paid when your customer received a debt collection lawyer’s letter. They didn’t pay. What do you do now? How do you increase your odds of getting paid? Pursue the lawsuit.

Continue reading “Your Debt Collection Lawyer’s Letter Didn’t Work, Now What?”

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