Does your small business need help collecting outstanding debts or invoices? In many cases, a delinquent account can be collected by having an attorney send what is called a “demand letter,” wherein the attorney or firm instructs the debtor that they must pay the amounts owed or other remedies will be pursued, up to and including legal action against that person or company for failure to pay. When a debtor continues to refuse to pay you what is owed, a collection attorney can help you to pursue legal action against that individual or business. Once you have a judgment against a debtor, an experienced attorney can also help you pursue garnishment actions against the debtor, so you can be paid what you are owed. Collections law is a highly regulated and complex area, so it is important to get the advice of an experienced attorney who is familiar with regulations such as the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, and the Georgia Fair Business Practices Act, to name a few. You may have options other than simply writing off your debt as a loss, and instead, collecting monies owed to you or your company.
Call us at Cansino Blanchette Law Firm, LLC, at (404) 997-8470, to schedule your consultation, so we can discuss what actions you can take to collect debts owed to you or your business, and your options under the law. “Let our experience work for you.”
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