Salt Lake City, Utah, Debt Collection Lawyers
When a judgment for an unpaid debt is issued in your favor, satisfying the judgment without high legal fees becomes our principle goal. At the business law firm of Terry Jessop & Bitner, we use cost-effective debt collection strategies to meet your individual and business needs.
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Our lawyers give quality advice on collecting debts based on a debtor's financial circumstance and your needs as an individual or business creditor. We may negotiate to have the debts paid over time or in one lump sum, or we may advise you to wait until the debtor's circumstances have changed.
Collecting debts owed to you is important for your business's budget plan. Contact us for debt collection advice, regarding the following:
- Vehicle loans: Did a debtor default on his or her truck or car loan? Our debt collection attorneys can fashion a strategy to garnish the debtor's wages or repossess the automobile.
- Mortgages: Our business law firm works with banks, credit unions and other lenders to foreclose on real property and seek deficiency judgments from the debtors after the foreclosure sale.
- Business debts: Did an employee borrow money from your business? Does another business owe you money for products? Do clients owe you money for your professional services? Our lawyers know how to collect business debts, obtain court judgments and collect on the judgments.
- Debt collection and bankruptcy: We have experience conducting asset searches and seeking payment from nonexempt property after a debtor files bankruptcy. We also have experience challenging the bankruptcy filing and representing creditors' interests in bankruptcy proceedings.
Terry Jessop & Bitner offers small firm affordability with results you would expect from a large law firm. For a free consultation to discuss how we can help your business, contact a Utah debt collection attorney today.
In accordance with applicable law, please be advised that this law firm collects debts. Any information obtained will be used for that purpose.