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Judgment Recovery

Paper-City Judgment Recovery is an entity of Rollie McCarter Investigative Services, dedicated to the enforcement of Massachusetts Judicial Judgments and United States Civil Judgments. We purchase your Massachusetts Judicial Judgment, in its entirety, usually on a 'future pay' basis, without application fees or up-front costs of any kind. We DO NOT purchase other US states judgments, but can assist in the location of your debtor and their assets. In Massachusetts, we advance all the costs and expenses incurred in locating the judgment debtor and enforcing the judgment. We make our money only from the judgment debtor, at no direct cost to you. 

The fact is - almost 80% of all judgments are never recovered. Your judgment may have been awarded by the court, but enforcement is your responsibility. Paper-City Judgment Recovery can succeed when you can't! We have the resources, expertise, and determination to enforce the judgment you worked so hard to get. We will uncover any assets or sources of income, and take whatever steps are necessary to legally seize them!

Adoptee and Birthparent Searches have been very successful in reuniting birth families in Massachusetts and all over the United States. Whether you have limited or virtually no information surrounding the adoption, WE CAN HELP! Because our firm specializes in adoption research, we are very sensitive to the emotional issues surrounding triad members (Adoptees, Birth Families, and Adoptive Families.) Our goal is to uphold the highest moral standards by considering the wishes of all involved.

The Search and Confidential Intermediary Services include:

1) Assisting in completing the needed paperwork required by state statute regarding search and reunion.

2) Contacting the appropriate Court and/or agency, if required, to obtain the needed approvals, consents and information from the file to perform a search.

3) Performing the needed search to locate the current name and whereabouts of the birth parent(s) via investigative techniques.

4) Making the necessary attempts to make contact with the birth parent(s) to inform them of the adoptees request for information.

5) Obtaining the required signatures from the birth parent(s) and/or all required final reports and requests for consent to release.

6) Mediation services between all parties during and after the search process, as needed.

REMEMBER: We are as successful as the initial information you provide.

A due diligence investigation is often a pre-transaction or pre-employment research project that seeks to uncover details of all relationships to a particular entity: a company's management, finances, performance, mission, aims, suppliers, clients, industry and any other details that may affect how a company does business. In the case of an individual, the aim is to reveal personal and familiar relationships, employment history, and criminal and driving records. A due diligence investigation is usually vital prior to a merger or acquisition because it seeks to uncover any hidden liabilities or exposures. Often such investigations give peace of mind that there will be no unpleasant future surprises.

When you think of social media, you may think of Facebook or Twitter. But most don't realize that there are over 300 popular social media sites used by people every day all over the world. There are millions of web pages, blogs, social networks, and other platforms for information and communication, that span the entire world wide web. An intimate knowledge of not only the technology, but also how it can be obtained legally/ethically, handled, and used will be required to successfully conduct an online investigation. Our investigators have a tried and true method to legally obtain information from the internet, following all Federal and State laws including those that regulate the insurance and legal industry.

Our investigation involves the following:

Web 2.0 searches (social media), Deep web research (beyond Google, Reputation Search of review sites, message boards, blogs, user names, email addresses, and web communities which may also include public records, (i.e. litigation, criminal matters...etc.) and news references.

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