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 Florida Creditors Fraud Attorney and Law Firm

Do not give up on your Florida collection matters just because a Florida Corporation or a Florida Limited Liability Company appears to be out of business. Our Florida Collection firm is experienced in pursuing creditors rights matters where an insider of a company has participated in committing fraud on a company or business that extended credit.  We recognize that there are times when a Florida Company goes out of business for legitimate business reasons. However, do not always assume a debtor has honest motives.

 Experienced Florida Creditors Rights Attorney

Our  Florida  creditors fraud attorney has over twenty years  of pursuing debtors who have fraudulently induced creditors to extend credit. Florida has adopted the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act, UFTA.  The Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act is a powerful tool to pierce corporate veil and implicate officers, directors  and / or members of  Florida Limited Liability Companies and Florida Corporations.

Many Florida Corporations Shut Down and Reopen Under a New Name

 In these tough economic times many creditors are finding Florida  Limited Liability Companies and Florida Corporations shutting down and leaving our creditor clients holding the bag for goods sold and delivered or services rendered. Our  law firms Florida collection attorneys understand the Florida Law in the area of creditors fraud and officer and director liability.  With our collection clients help, we look at the history of the credit transaction and then start to put the pieces of the puzzle together. Under Florida law our collection attorneys can look to impute successor liability on a Florida business entity that has common officers, common customers and most times the clients goods that were delivered but, not paid for.  In Florida there are other ways of imputing individual liability on an officer or member of a Florida entity is that the corporate charter has expired and thus, is deemed to be administratively dissolved by the State of Florida.

 Where There is a Wrong There is a Remedy

 Our Florida collection law firm believes that when there is a wrong there is a remedy at law. Speak to our Florida creditors fraud attorney. Before you give up on tough collections contact us and together we will work to recover your money that was fraudulently transferred to avoid paying your company and other creditors.


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 (561) 953-4600 Boca Raton, Florida

Call us to discuss your South Florida Collection matters with Stephen Gebeloff, Esq. a South Florida Collection Attorney. Mr. Gebeloff will tailor a Collection Strategy that is just right for you. If you have  collection matters in other jurisdictions, Mr. Gebeloff will be able to assist you in helping you choose the proper collection professional for your collection accounts outside of Florida.

Mr. Gebeloff is an experienced litigator whose primary areas of practice are commercial law, creditors’ rights and construction law. He has represented clients from the banking, insurance, advertising, manufacturing, transportation, leasing, telecommunications and service industries. He has extensive experience prosecuting officers, directors and members of entities for fraudulent transfers of assets. He has represented developers, property owners, contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers and design professionals in all facets of construction law.

Our collection law firm is state-wide and national. We conduct collection campaigns from the initial demand letter through enforcement of judgments.  We offer contingency collection and hourly fee schedules to suit your collection department’s specific needs.  Debtors can be contacted throughout the USA by way of our established network of collection attorneys.

Weiner, Aronson & Mankoff, PA provides collection attorney services for these Florida Cities:

 Alachua Altamonte Springs Apalachicola Apopka Arcadia Atlantic Beach Auburndale Avon Park

Bartow Belle Glade Belleview Beverly Hills Big Pine Key Blountstown Boca Raton Bonifay Bonita Springs Boynton Beach Bradenton Brandon Brooksville Bunnell Bushnell

Callahan Cantonment Cape Canaveral Cape Coral Casselberry Chiefland Chipley Clearwater Clermont Clewiston Cocoa Cocoa Beach Crawfordville Crestview Crystal River

Dade City Dania Daytona Beach Debary Deerfield Beach Defuniak Springs Deland Delray Beach Deltona Destin Dunedin Dunnellon

Eastpoint Edgewater Eglin AFB Englewood Estero Eustis

Fernandina Beach Flagler Beach Fort Lauderdale Fort Myers Fort Myers Beach Fort Pierce Fort Walton Beach

Gainesville Green Cove Springs Groveland Gulf Breeze

Haines City Hallandale Havana Hernando Hialeah High Springs Hobe Sound Holiday Hollywood Homestead Homosassa Hudson

Immokalee Indialantic Indiantown Inverness Islamorada

Jacksonville Jacksonville Beach Jensen Beach Jupiter

Key Biscayne Key Largo Key West Keystone Heights Kissimmee

Labelle Lady Lake Lake City Lake Mary Lake Placid Lake Wales Lake Worth Lakeland Land O Lakes Largo Lecanto Leesburg Lehigh Acres Live Oak Longboat Key Longwood Loxahatchee Lutz Lynn Haven

MacClenny Madison Maitland Marathon Marco Island Marianna Mary Esther Melbourne Merritt Island Miami Miami Beach Middleburg Milton Monticello Mount Dora Mulberry

Naples Navarre New Port Richey New Smyrna Beach Newberry Niceville North Fort Myers North Miami Beach North Palm Beach North Port

Ocala Ocoee Okeechobee Oldsmar Opa Locka Orange City Orange Park Orlando Ormond Beach Oviedo

Palatka Palm Bay Palm Beach Palm City Palm Coast Palm Harbor Palmetto Panama City Panama City Beach Pensacola Perry Pinellas Park Plant City Pompano Beach Ponte Vedra Beach Port Charlotte Port Richey Port Saint Joe Port Saint Lucie Punta Gorda


Riverview Rockledge Ruskin

Safety Harbor Saint Augustine Saint Cloud Saint Petersburg Sanford Sanibel Santa Rosa Beach Sarasota Satellite Beach Sebastian Sebring Seminole Shalimar Spring Hill Starke Stuart Summerfield Summerland Key

Tallahassee Tampa Tarpon Springs Tavares Tavernier Titusville Trenton


Valparaiso Valrico Venice Vero Beach

Wauchula West Palm Beach Weston Wildwood Williston Windermere Winter Garden Winter Haven Winter Park Winter Springs



Below is some of the text from the UFTA:

 Under UFTA, a transfer made or obligation incurred by a debtor is fraudulent if done:

a. With actual intent to hinder, delay, or defraud any creditor of the debtor; or

b. Without receiving a reasonably equivalent value in exchange for the transfer or obligation, and the debtor:

(1) Was engaged or was about to engage in a business or a transaction for which the remaining assets of the debtor were unreasonably small in relation to the business or transaction; or

(2) Intended to incur, or believed or reasonably should have believed that the debtor would incur debts beyond the debtor's ability to pay as they become due.

Those standards apply regardless of whether the creditors claim arose before or after the transfer were made or the obligation was incurred.

In determining actual intent, consideration may be given, among other factors, to whether:

* The transfer or obligation was to an insider;

* The debtor retained possession or control of the property transferred after the transfer;

* The transfer or obligation was disclosed or concealed;

* Before the transfer was made or obligation was incurred, the debtor had been sued or threatened with suit;

* The transfer was of substantially all the debtor's assets;

* The debtor absconded;

* The debtor removed or concealed assets;

* The value of the consideration received by the debtor was reasonably equivalent to the value of the asset transferred or the amount of the obligation incurred;

* The debtor was insolvent or became insolvent shortly after the transfer was made or the obligation was incurred;

* The transfer occurred shortly before or shortly after a substantial debt was incurred; and

* The debtor transferred the essential assets of the business to a lienor who transferred the assets to an insider of the debtor.

The remedies available to a successful claimant under UFTA are broad. Obviously, avoidance of the transfer is primary.

Other remedies include attachment against the asset transferred or other property of the transferee; a money judgment against the transferee where the transfer cannot be undone; and injunctive relief. The statute also contains a catch-all provision, affording a creditor "any other relief the circumstances may require."


DISCLAIMER: The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisement. Before, you decide, please ask us to send you free written information about our qualifications and experience.

Should you choose to engage this firm to represent you or your company in any matter, we will forward to your attention a claim authorization/retainer agreement allowing this firm to represent your interests in any matter and explaining all terms and conditions of the representation. Before we can proceed with any claim on your behalf, we must receive the claim authorization form mentioned above and you may be required to forward to us, any additional paperwork or information necessary to effectuate your claim. The Rules Regulating The Florida Bar [4-1.5(f)(2)] require that contingent fee agreement must be signed