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Top 4 legal tools to help you turn money judgments into cash for your business

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Thought Leadership on Banking and Commercial Transactions presented by Weinstock, Friedman & Friedman P.A. In our previous two articles, we discussed how to keep from accumulating bad debt and how to handle it if you end up with bad debt anyway. For this third installment in the three-part series, we will discuss how to turn that bad debt into money for your ...

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How to handle defaulted commercial loans, part 2: Obtaining judgment and liquidating collateral

Thought Leadership on Banking and Commercial Transactions presented by Weinstock, Friedman & Friedman P.A. This article is the second of a two-part series serving as an introduction to the basic legal issues lenders face in handling defaulted commercial loans. Although bankruptcy is fairly prevalent in the world of commercial loan workouts, it is outside the scope of this article. This series will ...

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How to handle defaulted commercial loans, part 1: Transaction workouts

Thought Leadership on Banking and Commercial Transactions presented by Weinstock, Friedman & Friedman P.A. This article is the first of a two-part series on basic legal issues lenders face in handling defaulted commercial loans. Although bankruptcy is fairly prevalent in the world of commercial loan workouts, it is outside the scope of this article. This series will focus on two aspects: (1) ...

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My customer owes me money. What do I do now? Top 3 tips for handling bad debt

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Thought Leadership on Banking and Commercial Transactions presented by Weinstock, Friedman & Friedman P.A You are a business owner. You are diligent, and organized. You treat your customers well. Your customers love you. But love doesn’t pay the bills. Despite your best efforts, you find yourself in a situation where you have past due accounts receivable. You want to collect them, but ...

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4 tips to stay in the green and avoid business debt

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Thought Leadership on Banking and Commercial Transactions presented by Weinstock, Friedman & Friedman P.A The key to managing your unpaid accounts receivable is to not have any. That’s easy to say, of course, but much more difficult to do. However, when you employ these four strategies at the outset of the customer relationship, you will greatly reduce the chances of incurring bad ...

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