Recovering money from a debtor who refuses to pay requires swift and certain legal action. It can be tedious and time consuming. If the debtor doesn't have sufficient assets, or has lost the ability to follow through on a payment plan, creditors are left with no option but to seek a judgment to take what they're owed from the debtor's existing non-exempt assets.
Brown, Berardini, Dunning & Walker, P.C., has represented banks and financial lending organizations undertaking commercial collections against businesses and individuals since 1987. The three attorneys have over 100 years of experience practicing law, and are AV Rated* by Martindale-Hubbell. Contact Brown, Berardini, Dunning & Walker, P.C., for efficient and cost-effective legal action regarding:
- Judgment enforcement
- Defaulted promissory notes
- Mechanics liens
- Deeds in lieu of foreclosure
Creditors' Rights Under Bankruptcy Law
Often, lending agencies will find themselves dealing with debtors who are filing for protection under the bankruptcy laws. Even if your debtor has filed for bankruptcy, you need experienced legal advice to protect your rights. You may still recover your investment, but it must be done by obtaining relief through the bankruptcy code. The lawyers at Brown, Berardini, Dunning & Walker, P.C., have a great deal of experience working with the bankruptcy courts to assist creditors in recovery of their assets from bankrupt debtors.
As a small law firm, they are able to offer their sophisticated, effective legal services efficiently. They perform all legal services with an eye towards the client's bottom line.
Contact the Law Firm of Brown, Berardini, Dunning & Walker, P.C.
Contact Brown, Berardini, Dunning & Walker, P.C., to set up an appointment and to set in motion your debt recovery.
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