PO Box 9316
Boston, MA 02114
By Appt. Only:
7 Liberty Square, 2nd Fl
Boston, MA 02109
81 Prospect St.
Gloucester, MA 01930
Massachusetts Supplementary Process Attorneys.........................
We Collect Debts | Supplementary Process Hearings in Massachusetts
There is generally one question and one issue at a Supplementary Process ("SP") hearing in Massaschusetts - and those are (1) why has the debtor refused to pay the outstanding Judgment?, and (2) does the debtor have any ability to pay? Supplementary Process is a separate court hearing, that Bace Law Group, LLC widely takes advantage of on behalf of its clients, because the filing fees are comparatively low. The penalty for a debtor's failure to appear is a CAPIAS, or civil arrest warrant, that actually authorizes a Sheriff to physically arrest the debtor and bring that individual to the court. However, in this economic climate debtors are routinely successful in arguing that they do not have the financial ability to pay, or, debtors are regularly ignoring outstanding Judgments. Our Massachusetts collection attorneys pursue civil claims aggressively, and often attend Supplementary Process hearings in order to force the debtor to the negotiation table, or to at least ascertain information regaring the debtor's financial circumstances.
Negotiate & Mediate, but Prepare to Litigate
Litigation is an expensive, lengthy, and complex process. Thus, most attorneys, whether pursuing the interests of Plaintiffs or Defendants, generally favor a quick settlement. Bace Law Group, LLC takes a slightly different approach. our litigation firm prepares every case as if trial is the only outcome; we prepare our clients for the process, inform them as to what to expect, and attempt to remain available and accessible via phone and email throughout.
Contingency Fee Attorneys.........................
Under certain circumstances, our Massachusetts litigation attorneys can pursue your interests on a contingeny fee basis, which means you pay no legal fees unless there is a successful recovery. Obviously, this does not apply to every claim, and is only available where both our firm and the client are willing to enter into such an agreement. However, contingency fees can alleviate the burden of spending "good money" only to chase "bad money." Please contact this office without delay to discuss this potential.
Typical Massachusetts Litigation Claims.........................
Breach of Contract
93A Consumer Protection Claims
Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices
Home Improvement Contract Act Violations
Security Deposit Violations
Collecting Oustanding Receivables
Commercial Lease Disputes
Contractor Subcontractor Disputes
Wage Act Violations
Unpaid Wages, Unpaid Overtime
Please feel free to contact this office via phone 508.922.8328, fax 866.700.0181, or email to email@example.com, and if your matter is urgent, indicate that you require an immediate response and someone will contact you without delay.
We regularly serve clients throughout the Metrowest, South Shore and North Shore of Massachusetts, including Suffolk County, Middlesex County, Norfolk County, Plymouth County, Essex County, Worcester County, Bristol County, Barnstable County, Boston, Brighton, Chelsea, Dorchester, Roxbury, Cambridge, Framingham, Natick, Lowell, Malden, Somerville, Waltham, Woburn, Brookline, Dedham, Quincy, Brockton, Plymouth, Lawrence, Lynn, Salem, Gloucester, Rockport, Beverly, Peabody, Danvers, Worcester, Fall River and New Bedford.
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