The Law Office of Feener and Wehrli, LLC has provided professional and experienced legal assistance to business owners seeking to recover money and/or property.

Since 1992 Attorney Gordon E Feener of Feener and Wehrli, LLC has assisted businesses in Massachusetts and other states in the areas of:

  • Business to Business Debt Collection
  • Commercial Creditor Rights
  • Collection of Accounts Receivables
  • Civil Litigation
  • Contract Enforcement
  • Contract Negotiations
  • Asset, Fee, Equipment, and Leased Property Recovery
  • Commercial Lease Assistance
  • Enforcement of Out-Of-State Executions
  • Business Property Insurance Claims
  • Attachment of Property/Real Estate

 

The Law Office of Feener & Wehrli LLC is conveniently located at 76 Canal Street, Suite 303 in Boston, Massachusetts and is readily accessible by public (MBTA) transportation. Feener and Wehrli, LLC also has
an additional satellite office in Stoneham Massachusetts.

As an experienced trial attorney, Attorney Gordon E. Feener, can assist you, the business owner, in seeking a recovery from your customer/client. Collecting and recovering of unpaid or overdue contracts is a serious and important matter. It is important that you notice the warning signs:

  • Claims greater than 30 days past due
  • Broken promises by the debtor
  • Receiving an NSF check (not-sufficient funds)

We are here to help you and provide the legal assistance you need to recover the money you are owed.

Phone: 617-420-7700 (24/7)
E-mail: info@attyfeener.com

Contact Law Office of Feener and Wehrli, LLC

 

ARE YOUR ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLES MORE THAN 60 DAYS PAST DUE?

If the accounts in your receivables are more than 60 days past due, this may be an indication that your customer may have financial problems. Uncollected receivables may create financial problems for your own business.  Generally the longer a receivable goes uncollected the more difficult it is to collect. If you feel you need legal assistance to collect a receivable, please contact this office to schedule a mutually agreeable appointment in Boston, MA or at our offices Stoneham by telephone conference or by zoom or by telephone conference.

 

HAVE YOU RECEIVED BROKEN PROMISES FROM YOUR CUSTOMER OR DEBTOR?

Broken or unfulfilled promises to make a payment may be a sign that your customer/debtor is not taking you seriously. If you have been the victim of broken/unfulfilled promises to make payment, you may need aggressive legal assistance that an attorney can provide. If you feel you need legal assistance to collect a receivable, please contact this office to schedule a mutually agreeable appointment in Boston, MA or by Zoom, by telephone conference.

 

ARE YOU RECEIVING CHECKS THAT ARE BEING RETURNED MARKED NOT SUFFICIENT FUNDS?

Returned, NSF, and un-honored checks are the same as a broken promise to pay. Many times the return of a check is the first indication you may have that your customer is having financial difficulties. The longer you wait to pursue legal action to recover the money that you are owed the more difficult it may be to collect those funds. If you feel you need legal assistance to collect a receivable, please contact this office to schedule a mutually agreeable appointment in Boston, MA or by Zoom, by telephone conference.

 

ARE YOU OUTSIDE OF MASSACHUSETTS AND NEED A MASSACHUSETTS ATTORNEY TO PURSUE A MASSACHUSETTS BUSINESS?

Should you feel you may need legal assistance to collect a receivable/debt/obligation from a Massachusetts business or resident, please contact this office to schedule a mutually agreeable telephone or Zoom conference.

 

ARE YOU OUTSIDE OF MASSACHUSETTS AND NEED A MASSACHUSETTS ATTORNEY?

Should you feel you may need legal assistance/representation in Massachusetts, please contact this office to schedule a mutually agreeable telephone conference. Warning: Generally once a debtor goes into bankruptcy all collection effort against that debtor must stop pursuant to bankruptcy law. The Law Office of Feener & Wehrli LLC is not a collection agency, it does not purchase debt, does not represent debtors and does not provide debtor counseling.

 

 

 

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