It is important to take quick action against debtors, as it is rare that they have only one creditor. It is equally important to understand that even when quick action is taken, results are not immediate. With certain debt collection matters, there are certain steps that take time, so patience and persistence is key. A debtor who does not have any money now may have money in the future.
There are also restrictions on what a creditor can do during the debt collection process. Creditors must follow the restrictions contained in both state and federal laws, California’s Rosenthal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, and the federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
The firm has experience in collection debts and enforcing judgments in California, including:
- Bank levies
- Charging orders
- Collecting from third parties
- Forced sales of real property
- Fraudulent transfer
- Judgment debtor examinations
- Out-of-state judgments
- Personal property levies
- Real property liens
- Wage garnishment
- Demand letters
- Settlement discussions
If your business is in need of any of the above services give us a call today! (949) 535-4553.
We do free 30-minute consultations!