We at the Houston Collection Attorneys Law Firm. keenly understand the predicament that a large, outstanding commercial debt can create for your business. Carrying such a liability on your books can do incredible harm. Our attorneys can draw upon their intimate knowledge of business law and rich level of experience to apply legal pressure upon those from whom you seek to recover money or property. Though such matters have led to frustration in the past, we recognize the importance of business collections to your company's success and are committed fully to this endeavor.
Accounts receivable are assets that every businesses must protect. When a Houston business provides goods or services, our attorneys understand the importance of collecting the amounts that are owed. Houston businesses have retained our lawyers to collect their unpaid invoices and obtain all additional remedies provided by law. When another party fails to honor their legal obligations to pay you for the work or products that you provide, we have the attorneys to enforce your legal rights. Our law firm has been retained by businesses when their contract rights have been violated in a debt collection dispute. Do you have account receivables that have not been paid? Are you owed money on a promissory note? Are you owed money by another business and looking for help collecting? We have litigated in Houston courts the legal claims that arise in a debt collection dispute.
Houston Collection Specialists
The Houston-based law firm provides commercial collections services in:
Asset repossessions Asset turnover proceedings Customer accounts receivable Unpaid Texas court judgments Domesticating out-of-state judgments Collection in Houston state and federal courts Commercial litigation for collections Civil litigation for recovery of private loans Enforcement of Texas buy-sell agreements Negotiation for unpaid business debts
The Houston collections lawyers at Houston Collection Attorneys Law Firm have comprehensive understanding of state and federal collection laws and use this knowledge to help clients collect payment and resolve related legal issues as efficiently and effectively as possible.
Houston Collection Cases
Most people and businesses pay their debts in a timely manner. Sometimes, however, it is necessary for the creditor, the party that extended the credit, to seek payment that is past due from a debtor, the party who received the credit. The first step in collecting a debt often is identifying and locating the debtor. It is particularly important for a creditor to immediately determine the residence, place of employment or business address, and exact legal description of the debtor, such as whether the debtor is an individual, a partnership, a corporation, or some other entity. The legal status of the debtor may affect who is liable for the debt.
The next step is determining the nature of the debt. It may be important to distinguish between consumer debts and commercial debts. A consumer debt is a debt incurred by an individual, primarily for a personal, family, or household purpose. A commercial debt arises from an obligation to pay for goods or services used in the conduct of a business or profession. These different types of debt may help a creditor in determining which federal and state laws apply to the collection of the debt.
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Collecting debts is an essential part to any business, whether it gives out home loans, provides materials to another company, issues credit cards, or provides another service. We understand this and are committed to making sure our clients receive what they are owed.
If you have questions about collecting on a past due debt, contact our law firm to schedule a confidential free consultation with an experienced debt collections attorney.
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