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    Why Clients Choose Howe & Associates for their Corporate and Litigation Needs

    Howe & Associates brings extensive business law experience to your organization. We are prepared to handle various legal matters that may arise as you run your business. With our help, you can focus on your business operations while we protect your rights and interests. Our business law attorneys work closely with you and your team to determine the best legal approach for resolving legal issues.

    Howe & Associates attorneys are at your service, no matter the size or type of your business or the complexity of the legal issue you are facing. Because we are a personalized business law firm, you’ll never get cookie-cutter legal services. Our in-house team of business law attorneys works collaboratively to provide the customized legal services you need. Our attentive full-service approach will bring you clarity and calm during a complex time.

    The attorneys at Howe & Associates are dedicated to protecting your business by offering creative legal strategies and attentive client care to achieve an optimal outcome. Our services include:

    General Business Counsel

    Business Entity Formation

    Drafting and Review of Contracts and Agreements

    Breach of Contract

    Business contracts and legal agreements are the basis of all business operations. The contract sets out the responsibilities of everyone involved. Not all contracts are perfectly written, and it is difficult for a contract to anticipate every situation. A breach of contract is a failure to fulfill the duties and terms of an enforceable agreement which causes harm to the other party.
    Breach of Contract

    Commercial Transactions

    Commercial Litigation

    Domestication of a Judgment into Georgia

    If you have obtained a court judgment against a debtor in another state, chances are you can domesticate that judgment here in Georgia. Nothing is more frustrating than having to file a lawsuit against a debtor for non-payment of a debt. Much less being forced to have to again file another lawsuit if the debtor moves to another state. Fortunately, that is where the Uniform Domestication of Judgment Act comes in.
    Domestication of Judgment

    Mechanics Liens

    Georgia has very strong mechanic’s lien laws, but they have very strict deadlines. The first deadline is the need to file within 90 days from your last work on the job. After that, in order to perfect your lien, you have to file a lawsuit within one year from the time you file your lien.
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    HOA Fee Collection

    With the state of the economy and with delinquencies are on the rise, it is critical for lenders to move quickly and efficiently when faced with a delinquency. Non-producing assets are not what you want.
    HOA Fee Collection

    Collections for Credit Card Companies

    The issuance of credit is a time-honored tradition. Without it, most businesses would not be able to operate at peak efficiency and the growth of the economy, in and effort to return to normal, would not be able to happen. On most occasions, the credit card industry works fine. Those in need of this convenience and extension of credit, rely on the issuance of credit cards to go about their daily routines in their business and personal lives.
    Credit Card Collections

    Bad Check Collection

    Nothing is more frustrating to a creditor who has provided goods or services to a client than to receive payment in the form of check that is later returned by the bank as insufficient funds. Fortunately, the state of Georgia Bad Check Laws are in your favor and by following the correct procedures to collect on a bad check, you will most likely be able to recover your money as well as additional bad check penalties.
    Bad Check Collection

    Foreclosure

    With the state of the economy and with delinquencies are on the rise, it is critical for lenders to move quickly and efficiently when faced with a delinquency. Non-producing assets are not what you want.
    Foreclosure