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What Types of Debt Collection Cases Do You Handle?

If you need legal representation for a debt collection case, you’ll want to ensure you choose a firm with experience. Working with a qualified legal team will help you avoid common mistakes and hassles and give you the best chance for a successful case. And, because collection lawsuits can be costly, it makes all the difference to have knowledgeable attorneys who have proven strategies to recover debts for your business as quickly as possible. At Howe & Associates Debt Collection Attorneys, we bring extensive experience and expertise to your case. Keep reading to learn more about the types of debt collection cases we handle.

Clients We Serve

Our firm provides representation for creditors and businesses that have performed services for credit and are dealing with nonpayment. The types of debt collection cases we handle include representation for the following clients:

  • Suppliers
  • Contractors
  • Dentists
  • Doctors
  • Home service providers
  • Mechanic’s lien work
  • And more.

If you’ve provided services for a client who is not paying the debt, our attorneys can help.

How We Help with Mechanic’s Lien and Public Bond Cases

Among our areas of expertise are cases involving mechanic’s lien or materialman’s work. A mechanic’s lien is a legal claim brought against a home or property. When a supplier or subcontractor does not receive payment from the general contractor, the law allows the subcontractors to go after the general contractor and the property that received the services or supplies. The lien is a way to seek payment for property remodeling or other work. The supplier or subcontractor can file a mechanic’s or materialman’s lien within the first 90 days following the job.

The legal team at Howe & Associates Debt Collection Attorneys has in-depth knowledge and experience with the state of Georgia’s mechanic’s lien laws. We have represented thousands of lien and public bond cases. However, while the state’s mechanic lien laws are strong, there are strict deadlines subcontractors must follow when moving forward with a case.

A common complication with mechanic’s lien cases involves lien waivers. Our attorneys recommend you never sign a lien waiver until you contact our team first for legal advice.

Get Reliable Legal Representation for Your Debt Collection Case

If you are ready to proceed with your debt collection case, reach out to the team at Howe & Associates Debt Collection Attorneys. Since 1985, we’ve represented victims in a wide variety of debt collection cases. Let us guide you step-by-step through the legal process to ensure you meet all the deadlines and requirements to make your case successful. Hence, our attorneys provide qualified representation and will work diligently to get you the settlement you deserve.

So, contact Howe & Associates Debt Collection Attorneys today to learn more about the types of debt collection cases we handle or to request a free consultation.