FL Collections Attorneys

The Law Office of Ryan S. Shipp, PLLC is a South Florida Debt Collections law firm dedicated to helping  businesses collect outstanding debts and accounts receivable. For most cases, Attorney Shipp and his team work on a contingency plus costs basis. What does that exactly mean? As a client, you

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Telephone Consumer Protection Act (Florida)

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) is a federal law, 47 U.S.C. 227, that restricts debt collectors from telephone solicitations and the use of automated telephone equipment.  Automated telephone equipment can be defined as computer generated messages that are sent to the person owing the money.  Pursuant to the TCPA,

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Garnishment Relief in Florida

Did you receive a Writ of Garnishment for a judgment on unpaid credit card bills? You might have some options before your wages are garnished. If you received a Writ of Garnishment, that means you have an unpaid debt and that you received a judgment in a judicial action trying

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Drafting a Foolproof Settlement Agreement (Florida)

 Settlement Agreements have become a commonplace alternative to filing an expensive and drawn-out lawsuit. When thinking of entering into a settlement agreement, make sure to identify who the key characters are, identify the dispute, list what property is involved, if any, and the consequences of a breach. It is important

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328.17 Nonjudicial sale of vessels in Florida

Is your Marina suffering from unpaid costs, storage charges or dockage fees?  Is your Marina holding a vessel for failure to pay removal costs?  Not only do these vessels add extra clutter to your Marina and use up much needed space, but each month the Marina is continuing to lose money.

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