Debt Collection

When businesses are not paid money they are owed, and all other remedies have been exhausted, they can file a lawsuit to collect the debt. It is, once judgment is obtained, to enforce those debts by garnishing bank accounts, and executing on assets, such as real and personal property. Collection can even be had against the estate of a deceased person. Judgments, once properly recorded in the public records, act as a lien on real and personal property for up to 20 years. An experienced attorney can resolve a collection case through negotiation, or, when necessary litigation, and can utilize all lawful methods to collect on that judgment.
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