Collection of Judgments

Collection of Judgments (Supplementary Process/Receivership)

  • In May of 2017, obtained a resolution short of the Court appointing a Receiver to assist in identifying assets to be liquidated to satisfy a judgment in excess of $650,000.00 that was obtained in 2014. NorthStar Contracting Group, Inc. v. Commonwealth Tank, Inc., Middlesex Superior Court (Woburn) 1681CV000114 (Inge, J.).
  • In April of 2017, convinced a debtor to voluntarily agree to make progress payments toward an outstanding debt. The agreement and payment order was approved by the court and entered as a judgment prior to the matter being heard on the merits.  Landscapexpress, Inc v. Hillside Nurseries, Inc., Woburn District Court, 1753SC000190
  • In April of 2017, commenced a Supplementary Process Action to enforce a money judgment entered by the Middlesex Superior Court. The Court awarded the plaintiff damages in the amount of $85,595.34.  NorthStar Contracting Group, Inc. v. W.G. Services, LLC and Jonathan Wise, Wrentham District Court, 1757SP-000017.
  • In February of 2017, commenced a Supplementary Process Action to enforce a money judgment awarded by the Concord District Court following trial for the non-payment of rent. The Court awarded the plaintiff damages in the amount of $14,680.00 and ordered progress payments of $1,000.00 per month against a Judgment-Debtor until the judgment was satisfied.  Garabedian v. St. Pierre, Clinton District Court, 1668SP000074.
  • In December of 2016, advised the creditor’s bankruptcy counsel that a judgment arising from a mechanic’s lien action was not subject to the debtor’s Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing. The lien was not subject to discharge because the action was in rem (applied to the property), as opposed to in personam (applied to the debtor) and the creditor, a local contractor, was therefore able to pursue the recovery of approximately $135,000.00 that was due subject to the judgment.  IN RE: Joan P. Rees, United States Bankruptcy Court, Case No. 16-13997-MSH.
  • In September of 2016, commenced a Supplementary Process action to enforce an Agreement for Judgment of approximately $15,000.00. The Plaintiff agreed to accept progress payments as long as the defendant agreed to pay any attorney fees and costs incurred should the defendant default on the agreement.  Muirfield Mechanical Services, LLC v. Murray Bros. Construction, Inc., 1661SP000003, Leominster District Court. 
  • In May of 2014, commenced a Supplementary Process Action to enforce a money judgment awarded by the Middlesex Superior Court, which had issued an Execution to the plaintiff in the amount of $38,520.25. The debtor entered a payment agreement that included agreeing to pay any attorney fees and costs incurred should the defendant default. Elite Construction & Design Inc. v. Doucette, Dorchester District Court 1407SP000182. 
  • In June of 2014, commenced a Supplementary Process action to enforce an Agreement for Judgment in the amount of nearly $40,000.00. The Plaintiff agreed to accept progress payments as long as the defendant agreed to pay any attorney fees and costs incurred should the defendant default on the agreement.  Alibrandi v. Magela, Westborough District Court, 1467SP000070 (Virzi, J.).
  • In 2008, commenced a Supplementary Process action on behalf of a foreign corporation to enforce a Default Judgment in excess of $100,000.00. Courterco, Inc. v. Concept One Remodeling Inc. d/b/a Knobby Kneeds, East Brookfield District Court, (Ricciardone, J.).