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Debt Collection & Judgment Enforcement

Allowing a debt payment to become stale or failing to enforce a court judgment can result in uncollected funds that a company duly deserves. The attorneys at Blakeley LLP are highly skilled in recovering on a client’s unpaid account through litigation or out-of-court settlements.

In the event that an account debtor becomes delinquent, Blakeley LLP has the experience and the resources to stabilize the situation and commence appropriate legal action, where necessary, to compel payment from the debtor.

If your company has obtained a judgment but has been unable to collect payment from the judgment debtor, our lawyers have the ability to assist in uncovering any hidden assets of the debtor or recovering fraudulent transfers, as well as pursuing all other available avenues to enforce the judgment.

Our attorneys always strive to maintain a high level of professionalism and efficiency, which limit the clients’ fees during the course of our representation. In the event Blakeley LLP is employed on an hourly basis our attorneys are mindful of fees and make every effort to keep them at a minimum. The firm may also be employed on a contingency-fee basis to collect on a delinquent account of enforce a judgment.

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