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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 Sued in a New York City Debt Collection Case?

imagesAre you being pursued for monies allegedly owed in a New York debt collection case? Your best line of defense is to contact and hire a New York City debt collection attorney. A collection attorney that’s practice is devoted exclusively on the bad debt that is. Continue reading ” Sued in a New York City Debt Collection Case?”

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New York City Debt Collection Attorney: Is it a Good Idea to Offer Your Customer a Discount Before Year End to Induce Payment?

New York City Debt Collection Attorney Discount AdviceIt’s December 2nd, year end is a mere 29 days away. Would offering a discount to customers who have failed to pay accelerate payment before year end? Your New York City debt collection attorney agrees that the answer is probably yes. For customers who intend to pay, offering an incentive, a discount, is a way to get paid a bit quicker. Continue reading “New York City Debt Collection Attorney: Is it a Good Idea to Offer Your Customer a Discount Before Year End to Induce Payment?”

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What is a Debt Collection Attorney?

What is a debt collection attorney? Debt collection attorneys aka debt collection lawyers are commercial litigation attorneys. They litigate, take legal action on cases. Abraham Lincoln, our 16th President, was a collection attorney. As in President Lincoln’s day, collection attorneys handle breach of contract cases. Parties agree to provide goods or services in exchange for pay (a contract). The party delivers the goods and/or services but the customer doesn’t pay. The collection attorney represents the party that wasn’t paid by enforcing the terms of the agreement.

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