Types of accounts our attorneys have collected in the past include all types of consumer and commercial debt, medical claims, insurance subrogation claims, bad checks, overdue accounts, breach of contract damage claims, and a variety of other outstanding accounts. H&M lawyers can help commercial clients understand Virginia debt collection laws, and ensure your debts are collected in a means that follows all applicable regulations and prevents future legal problems sometime associated with collections.
Hartsoe & Morgan uses many different methods to collect debts, from Skip Tracing to litigation where necessary. Skip Tracing is a legal means of tracking debtors, and can determine current contact information, and in some cases can determine financial viability of a debtor. Skip Tracing is one of the primary tools used by a collections attorney, and is usually the first step in locating an absent debtor in order to start the collections process. Another means is through wage garnishment, which can be requested from Virginia courts. Additionally, creditors can successfully request that the court assign money due to a debtor from a third party directly from the third party to the creditor. An experienced collections attorney can help business clients determine which means will work best to collect a debt in a given scenario. Hartsoe & Morgan can also can help professional clients put strategies in place to try to avoid bad debt in the first place, through review of written contracts and billing procedures.
Hartsoe & Morgan offers collections attorney services from our Fairfax office, and can assist clients across the Northern Virginia region. Before you simply write off a debt that has proven difficult to collect, contact the experienced Virginia collections attorneys at Hartsoe & Morgan for guidance on ways to collect what is owed.