Collections Actions For Creditors
Collections actions require careful planning, precise execution and tenacity. When collections actions are not handled properly, the results can involve failing to receive payment, loss of collateral, or costly litigation. It is critical to work with a team that has the experience and knowledge to handle collections matters efficiently and effectively.
Moore Clarke DuVall & Rodgers, P.C., is a proven advocate for businesses, banks and other lenders in collections actions. With offices in Albany, Atlanta, Valdosta and Savannah, we represent clients throughout Georgia, as well as the surrounding states. The collections attorneys from our firm are experienced, highly trained professionals with a shared commitment to obtaining efficient, favorable results for every client we represent.
At Moore Clarke DuVall & Rodgers, P.C., we function as a team to make sure each client works with attorneys who have experience and knowledge regarding the specific legal issues at hand.
Our lawyers defend and aggressively assert the rights of creditors in disputes and litigation involving debt collection matters, and protection of collateral rights, such as the following:
- Foreclosure and loan workouts
- Foreign judgment domestication and collection
- Landlord-tenant issues
- Open account collection and enforcement
- Personal property collateral repossession
- Post-judgment collections
- Promissory note and guaranty enforcement
- Restructuring and forbearance agreements
- Skip tracing and asset searches
With more than 100 years of combined legal experience among our four named partners, we have learned that the best solution to collection litigation is avoidance; that is to endeavor to pre-emptively avoid disputes through careful negotiation and drafting. Our lawyers handle all types of commercial lending transactions to help clients avoid issues of this kind. But when issues do arise, we are prepared and poised to aggressively protect the rights of our clients.
To schedule a legal consultation, call 229-245-7823 or email Moore Clarke DuVall & Rodgers, P.C.