If you are a Southern California commercial creditor who has been owed money by a client for an extended period of time and your debt collection efforts have not been productive, the counsel and support of an experienced bankruptcy lawyer is essential.
Glendale bankruptcy attorney David A. Tilem has important information for creditors and answers to creditor questions that can lead to sound decisions about methods of recovering money you are owed.
The Law Offices of David A. Tilem has helped debtors and creditors identify and resolve collection disputes in Los Angeles County and Ventura County for more than 30 years. When you retain our lawyer for any creditor legal need, you receive the benefits of his experienced, dedicated representation, start to finish.
If you are a creditor who has received a notice of bankruptcy, you must do four things:
- Immediately stop all collection efforts, according to the automatic stay.
- File a claim with the Bankruptcy Court (Proof of Claim).
- Hire an experienced bankruptcy attorney to evaluate your position and rights.
- Continue to monitor the bankruptcy case.
You should also keep your address current, be prepared to monitor and object to a debtor's plans, consider reaffirmation agreements and take steps to ensure that the debtor is meeting all obligations. Our attorney can discuss each of these responsibilities with you in detail — in addition to dischargeability of debt, eligibility for discharge and preferences — at your free initial consultation.
The Law Offices of David A. Tilem is pleased to accept creditor representation so long as that representation does not result in conflicts of interest. Our experience representing debtors makes us uniquely qualified to assist creditors when they encounter a bankruptcy.
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For a free consultation with Glendale debt recovery lawyer David A. Tilem, contact our law firm by calling 800-474-0097 toll free or sending an email.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.