Helping Creditors Collect On The Judgments They Have Achieved In Court
If your company has obtained a judgment against a debtor but you are having problems collecting on that debt, you may require the assistance of an attorney who understands North Carolina judgment collection strategies.
Britton Law, can help you collect on your judgment while following all of the requirements and laws involved in the collections process.
To schedule a consultation to learn more, please call our office in Fayetteville at 910-401-3356.
Collection Steps We Can Take
We take the following steps in collecting on your judgment:
- We send a demand letter to your debtor, notifying them of the judgment against them and of our intent to collect.
- We research their assets to see what we can enforce collection on.
- We put liens on available properties to ensure that you receive the money from your judgment.
- If required, we initiate litigation to enforce your judgment.
We follow all state and federal laws relating to the enforcement of judgments, ensuring that your business complies with all applicable regulations. Attorney John Britton provides pragmatic and realistic counsel regarding your judgment, and he has extensive experience in both pre- and post-judgment collections.
Meet Our Collections Attorney
John Britton, Fayetteville lawyer and head of our collections department, has an MBA along with his law degree. He understands the necessity of being able to collect on a judgment for the health of your business. He also knows the laws in North Carolina regarding judgment collection and will help you remain within their confines while achieving your goals.
Contact Us To Schedule Your Initial Consultation
As with any collections action, the sooner you begin the process, the more likely you are to successfully collect on the judgment against your debtor. Call us at 910-401-3356 or contact us online to start working toward a positive resolution to your situation.