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Fayetteville Business Collections Attorney

Providing Skilled, Strategic Representation in Business Collections

Businesses of all sizes depend on receiving payment for the goods and services they provide. The nonpayment of past due accounts can hinder a business in numerous ways. When your company's own attempts at collecting have been unsuccessful, a collections attorney can be an invaluable ally.

Britton Law, P.A., helps businesses across North Carolina in a broad range of industries collect on past due accounts. Fayetteville business collections lawyer John H. Britton leads our firm's business collections practice. John has ably served businesses throughout North Carolina for more than 20 years. With an MBA in addition to his law degree, John is well-situated to address your company's legal and business needs.

John understands the state and federal laws impacting debt collections in North Carolina. This knowledge is critical in ensuring that he and your company will comply with any relevant debt collection laws. He works closely with clients to determine the best strategy to collect upon past due accounts.

Our business law attorney has significant experience in all aspects of pre- and post-judgment collections. Further, John's experience is instrumental in providing pragmatic, realistic counsel.

Contact Britton Law, P.A.

In any collections action, it is critical to act as soon as possible. Undue delay can reduce your chances of a successful recovery. Call 910-401-3356 or complete our firm's contact form to schedule a consultation.

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