I'm in a unique situation. I have a client that I've built a site for. http://slingerlandweb.com/aquatic_solutions The client wanted to come up with his own body copy, but never got around to it. Aside from filling in the copy, the site is finished. It's a custom theme built into Wordpress. Now his company is going out of business and he no longer will be needing the site. He doesn't want to pay for the site, or at least not full price, since he no longer needs it, but I've completed work on it and feel I deserve payment. I had him sign a contract and I took a deposit = to 1/4 of the total cost, as well as many emails confirming the work before his company went under. Because his business went under before the site was transferred over to his server, I can't use any of the usual conventions to get someone to pay up; IE. take the site down, kill button css, etc. I'm not sure if reporting his dead business to the Better Business Bureau would phase him and the amount owed to me is $600, which I would probably burn through trying to go to small claims court. Any suggestions on how I might be able to get paid?