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Mann Bracken receivership – what about judgements rendered on their behalf?

In sep. 2008 a judgement was rendered against me and Mann Bracken was serving as attorney. How this got past my Bankruptcy, I’ll never know, but now I want to pay this as I am better off financially. I see they filed first for bankruptcy, and are now in receivership. How does this affect my judgement and my attempt to pay the debt?

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One Response to "Mann Bracken receivership – what about judgements rendered on their behalf?"

  1. CatDad says:
    You are correct. Mann Bracken filed for bankruptcy. As of August 2010 they lost their license to function as debt collectors. There is chance that your debt died along with this firm and it may have just been written off. I think they still might be operating under receivership. This is a very unpleasant and horrible firm to deal with. If this is a large judgment, then you may want to rethink renewing contact with them as they might come back demanding 3 times the actual amount of the judgment with fees and interest. If they are operating right now they’re probably desperate and they’ll try to get their hands in your bank account as far as they can go. If you pay them, then it’s critical that you get all terms in writing before you pay and you need to keep this in your records forever. Offer 10% of the judgment amount being that they’re in bankruptcy.

    If it were me I’d do nothing….just wait and see. I’ve read way too many bad reports about this firm and renewing contact with them may stir up more trouble than it’s worth.

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