We at Christensen Law have experienced attorneys who have successfully litigated contract disputes between businesses and are well versed on collecting past due accounts receivables. We are very knowledgeable about the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and Uniform Commercial Code. We have successfully pierced the corporate veil and have collected against the principals of the business entity personally. We understand all the workings of commercial liability and principal liability.
We have also successfully handled many divisions of partnerships and business valuations. Splitting up the business can be very destructive to the business entity as well as to the principals. We focus on minimizing the damage and strive for win-win outcomes. Oftentimes, we think outside the box and come up with solutions to save the business entity and repair the partnership dispute.
Obtaining and Collecting Judgments
Christensen Law is very astute in obtaining and collecting judgments. We use pre-judgment writs of attachment when necessary to secure the assets. We have obtained charging orders against business entities and have collected judgments against principals. We have done hundreds of garnishments and liens of all types. There is nothing worse than not being able to collect a judgment that was hard-fought to obtain. We focus on getting results from our collection efforts. We are very careful not to spend money and time on judgment proof debtors.
We handle all types of dispute resolution for commercial clients. We handle arbitrations and understand arbitration procedures. Mediation has proven a successful tool for finding acceptable resolutions to potentially long drawn-out costly litigation. Christensen Law understands fully risk management and advises our clients appropriately.
No one wants to be involved in a lawsuit, but it is a necessary part of every business. Christensen Law has improved the bottom line of many clients. We have a very efficient cost-effective approach to collecting accounts receivables and litigation contract disputes.
Jon HammondCommercial Litigation – Christensen Law