For small businesses the most important way to be sure to avoid bankruptcy and keep your business running “in the black” is to be sure that you get paid for every job and every sale. James Wingfield of the Law Offices of James Wingfield has extensive experience in helping small businesses to be profitable by getting paid.
Whether it be use of the Massachusetts Mechanic’s Lien Statute, through civil litigation in the State and Federal Courts in Massachusetts, representation of small business creditors in bankruptcy proceedings, negotiating workable payment plans with troubled customers or simply helping small businesses to develop strong contracts and procedures to encourage your customers to pay you first each and every time, the Law Offices of James Wingfield can help. At the Law Offices of James Wingfield we have a deep understanding of all of the issues related to credit and debt.
This understanding can help small businesses to develop strategies to keep the cash flowing whether it is for individual troubled accounts or to prevent defaults throughout your customer base.
In addition to representing creditors outside of court, in state court, federal court and in bankruptcy court, the Law Offices of James Wingfield can assist other parties in Bankruptcy, such as individuals facing recovery actions from a trustee or debtor-in-possession, including Fraudulent Transfer Actions and Preference Litigation. Further, the Law Offices of James Wingfield is experienced in assisting individuals and businesses wishing to purchase assets from Bankruptcy Estates.
Call the Law Offices of James Wingfield at 508-797-0200 or visit our contact page to schedule a consultation to determine how we can assist your business in recovering troubled assets, and keeping your assets when a customer or family member enters bankruptcy or the many other ways we can help you.