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How to collect that debt.

Most businesses eventually have a dispute over money with another business. When the parties cannot resolve that dispute, your best solution is to talk to an experienced collections attorney to find out your options.


Collecting money owed to your business is straightforward. I will research the debt and assess the likelihood of collecting. In many cases, there are complex issues that need to be considered. Researching the debt before acting will enable you to make the most informed decision moving forward. For example, can I locate the debtor? Is the business still in business? Are there attachable assets? Or is the debtor employed? These are all factors I consider for your debt-collection strategy.


I will sit down with you and discuss what options there are to recover your money. I perform this work on a contingent basis – this means I do not collect a fee until I collect funds for you.


If someone owes you a debt, either consumer or commercial, contact me. I can provide you with a strategy, a timeline, and the debt payment structure that will get you the most money back.

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