When you are dealing with clients who have failed to pay their bills, it can be a frustrating experience, especially in instances of consumer fraud. Business owners should always receive payment for the products and services that they offer to the public. If you are a business owner and have not received payment for these types of services, then you should meet with a lawyer from the Jayson Law Group to help you obtain the past due amounts that are owed by your customers.
The collections process can often be rigorous for a business owner. If a business owner decides to go through this process alone, he or she will often have to spend hours trying to contact past clients for the payment of bills. When a lawyer is hired, a business owner no longer has to worry about getting in touch with clients. Instead, a business owner will be able to focus on running the business and allowing the lawyer to do the work in collecting past due amounts. Our attorneys will also handle the collections process with professionalism.
He or she will not harass your customers and make them never want to return to your business again. Our attorneys will stay committed to the collections process and communicate with clients in a way that is respectful. You want to make sure that your clients will return to your business in the future to purchase products. If they feel that they are being intimidated, then they will never come back to purchase services or products from your company. Our attorneys will work with you to make sure that this does not happen.
When you are dealing with clients that are in the process of declaring bankruptcy, it is important to make sure that your interests are represented as a creditor. Our attorneys at The Jayson Law Group LLC will make sure that your rights as a creditor are represented in the bankruptcy proceeding. Just because a debtor is declaring bankruptcy does not mean that you should be left with nothing. When a creditor receives a notice that a debtor has filed for bankruptcy, there are three things that a creditor must do:
- Cease Collection Efforts,
- File a Claim with the Court, and
- Evaluate their position and rights.
Our attorneys act within the confines of the law to make sure that as a creditor your rights are protected to the fullest extent. While unsecured creditors may not be entitled to a full share, the attorneys at The Jayson Law Group LLC will make sure that you receive your legal share. We will help guide you through the bankruptcy process so that your rights as a creditor are protected. Our attorneys will make sure that the actions of the debtor declaring bankruptcy are legal and that the debtor complied with all applicable statutes so that your rights are represented.