Extending credit to customers is an easy way to increase sales. In some industries extending credit is not only common, but also expected. While extending credit to your customers has significant benefits there can be an issue when the customer fails to pay on time.
Collecting from customers that can’t or won’t pay you is one of the trickiest parts of running a business. If you're too lenient, you may not ever get paid and if you're too strict you could lose a good customers who just need a little flexibility.
I work hard to keep my client and his customer relationship in tact, which can be done even when litigation is required. Extreme collection efforts are not always necessary to get your money, especially when a collections attorney is involved. However, if litigation is required, Attorney Hall will protect your interests at all stages of the process; from the initial contact with the debtor, the preparation and mailing of a demand letter, filing a lawsuit and if needed post-judgment collection by garnishment of wages, attachment of a bank account and/or examination in person of the judgment defendant’s assets. Ms. Hall is frequently at hearings in Cleveland Court, Bedford Court, and Euclid Court as well as the Northern District of Ohio Bankruptcy Court, to collect unpaid invoices so business can keep their business profitable.
Debt collection is a highly regulated industry and you need to adhere to legal guidelines. While you’re an expert in your line of business, you may not know enough about debt collection and the laws that surround it. A debt collection attorney, on the other hand, must keep up to date on all state and federal laws pertaining to the collection of debt.
As a creditor's rights attorney I only represent creditors in bankruptcy. How much you will receive depends on two main things; what type of bankruptcy was filed and if you have a secured or unsecured claim. I work with flat fees with bankruptcy cases so there are no hidden fees.