Call (904) 619-2510 to speak directly with an attorney.
Small Business Law & Contract Review/Development
If you are collecting a judgment, you need to make sure it is properly perfected in the State of Florida, which includes placing liens on personal and real property of the debtor. You may be able to collect the judgment in several ways. For example garnishment of the debtor’s bank account, a deposition in aid of execution, or a payment plan with the debtor. Please continue reading below for Frequently Asked Questions on Collections in Florida.
Commercial Collections FAQ:
Judgment Enforcement FAQ:
|Effective Date||Rate Per Annum||Daily Rate as a Percentage||Daily Rate as a Decimal|
|April 1, 2013||4.75%||.0130137%||.000130137|
WHAT ARE OTHER TYPES OF CASES YOU HANDLE?
Another example could be a case where our client’s bank account was garnished, as a result of a judgment against them. We help the client evaluate his or her options, and see if there are any defenses. Sometimes a claim of exemption can be filed and the Judge may grant it.