Many businesses are given the difficult task of collecting old debts that are owed to them. It is, however, completely within their legal right to seek repayment of these debts. When businesses have difficulty obtaining payment on a debt, it is often in their best interest to obtain the help of a law firm that can take collection actions on their behalf.
When you provide a valuable product or service, it is expected that you will get paid for those products or services. In other words, you have the right to obtain payment for services rendered. Unfortunately, customers and clients alike do not always deliver on the promise of paying for goods and services. As a result, the consequences can be quite damaging to a business. If a business does not receive payment for their services, they can fall behind financially and face financial trouble or even ruin. Collecting debts can be a challenging feat, but you do not have to face it alone. If you are overwhelmed with unresolved and unpaid debts, it may be time to turn to a skilled commercial collection attorney for assistance.
If you are having difficulty collecting debts, it is wise to consult with a commercial collection attorney, who can help explain the legal options for recovering debts. At Matthews Law Firm, Inc, we provide exceptional legal representation to businesses and companies seeking to collect on debts owed to them. Our team can provide you and your business with efficient and effective solutions to debt collection.
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We handle almost every type of business-related dispute, with the exception of those involving tax or securities law. We have significant experience handling breach-of-contract and collections matters involving companies that aren’t being paid what they’re owed, and real estate disputes including purchase and sale agreement issues. We also handle disputes among business owners, partners, shareholders, and LLC members, and represent employers that are being unfairly targeted by employees and predatory labor lawyers…Read More
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