We were contacted by an attorney out of Austin, TX representing a man out of Cleveland, OH last week. This was a very unique situation being that the client had been attempting for more than 4 years to recover losses from a failed loan made to a Texas man. His attorney was able to win a judgement years before but the debtor made every attempt to evade court orders that allowed for his non-exempt property to be seized. The client found us online and contacted us for assistance in recovering the assets to be seized. We were asked to arrive not knowing what the scope or magnitude of the job would be. The Tarrant County Sheriffs' Department dispatched four Constables who were prepared to allow us forced entry if the debtor was not there or unwilling to cooperate. Upon arriving we were able to provide many aspects of consulting regarding fair market values and quickly bring in additional trucks and manpower to handle what turned out to be a very large job. We completed the removal of all specified items and they are now safely in secured storage awaiting auction by the State of Texas. Although it is a very sad situation to see someone have their possessions seized in this manner, we were happy to provide assistance in helping our client efficiently recover and secure the items so that he may recover a portion of the debt owed him.