Monthly Archives: March 2014

Our Commercial Litigation Lawyer Helps Clients Who Fall Victim to Unethical Lenders

When you borrow money, you are in a precarious position vis-a-vis your lender, which makes consulting with a business attorney in New Jersey a wise move. The simple fact is that lenders have the financial resources you need to survive in this competitive society. Since you, as is true of most people, probably do not …Read More »

What Is the Difference Between Replevin and a Writ of Attachment?

When lenders secure loans through collateral and debtors default on payments, legal recourse is often necessary to offset the loss on the debt. Creditors often rely on collections law firms to handle debt collection. Writ of Attachment A writ of attachment is a court order that allows property seizure as described in the writ. For …Read More »

Contractors and Construction Liens

When contractors are hired to build or modify structures on private property, New Jersey law allows them to place construction liens against the property if they are not paid promptly for their labor and supplies. It is important for contractors to follow the laws regarding the method by which they can seek and obtain a …Read More »

Uniform Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Act Explained by a New Jersey Collections Law Firm

Debtors who have a judgment entered against them in another state will find that the judgment may be enforced in New Jersey as well. Similarly, an attorney at a New Jersey collections law firm can explain to you that foreign jurisdictions may also recognize New Jersey judgments. As a result, creditors can generally pursue New …Read More »

Fraudulent Transfers and Their Impact on Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy relief offers powerful protection for individuals and business owners with insurmountable debt. That said, filers must adhere to strict Bankruptcy laws. As a New Jersey banking attorney can explain, the Bankruptcy trustee will give close circumspection to transfers made by the debtor. In the event the trustee suspects fraud, a separate action can be …Read More »