Business to Business Collections
Many businesses are finding it more difficult than ever to collect on outstanding receivables. At The Larkin Law Firm, we help clients make the best decisions about how to collect money quickly and cost effectively.
Our experienced attorneys will help you collect almost any kind of receivable. We help business creditors recover money using every legal tool available, including:
- Garnishing bank accounts
- Obtaining turnover orders
- Sheriff’s sale of personal & business property
- Enforcing mechanic’s and materialmen’s liens (clickable link to construction disputes page)
- Asset investigation
- Bankruptcy claims.
- Enforcing Judgments
The Larkin Law Firm will help your business collect your unpaid invoices. Even if your customer has declared bankruptcy, we know how to navigate the complex legal issues in bankruptcy law to help you get paid.
Obtaining a judgment is rarely the end of the legal process. Once you obtain a judgment against a Defendant, you then must determine how to turn that paper judgment into money. The process of post-judgment collections can be a daunting and confusing task. The Larkin Law Firm has many years of experience in post-judgment collections, and we can assist you with getting you paid. We understand the statutory limitations of debtor protections under Texas law, such as the Homestead exemption, and we offer personalized fee arrangements to help you collect on your judgment in an affordable manner.
Enforcing Out of State Judgment in Texas
Post-judgment collection is especially difficult when the property of the judgment debtor is located in another state. The federal Constitution provides that a judgment from a sister state (of the United States) is entitled to the same “full faith and credit” in every court within the United States. However, procedurally, a foreign or “sister state” judgment cannot be enforced in Texas until it is registered or “domesticated” in Texas as a Texas judgment. Through the use of the Uniform Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Act, The Larkin Law Firm can help you enforce out-of-state judgments using the Texas judicial process. Once the judgment is domesticated, we can help you pursue all applicable collection remedies in order to collect on your judgment.
Contact us to schedule a consultation with an experienced attorney. We can discuss the possibility of representing your business under a contingency fee arrangement; which means we don’t get paid if we don’t collect for you. Contact Us Today!