Need experienced debt collection attorneys in North Carolina, well-versed in the legal process of collecting past due sums, pre-judgment and post-judgment? We deal primarily with creditors in commercial collection matters, but are also experienced in consumer collections. In addition to civil litigation to collect past due accounts, we pursue creditors’ rights in the state’s three bankruptcy courts. Nan Hannah is admitted to practice before the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court. Nan Hannah and Chad Cochran serve as court-appointed receivers.
However, we are dogged in our pursuit of recovery of past due balances owed to our clients.
At HSC, we are always mindful of the cost-to-benefit analysis when it comes to how much is owed and what it will cost to collect on the debt.
Counseling you on options, working with you to determine the best course of action, and communicating with you throughout the process, the attorneys at HSC work to collaborate with you to achieve the best result possible.
We understand that debt collection can be difficult and challenging, fraught with complex laws that protect debtors and potentially result in sanctions against the creditor. HSC will guide you through the course of your collection process by providing you with expert legal advice and aggressive, personalized representation.
HSC attorneys have successfully litigated complex fraudulent transfer proceedings involving multiple corporate entities, that were designed to hide funds that rightfully belonged to our clients.
We work with court clerks and county sheriffs to locate and sell property to collect a judgment. Other times, we find ourselves examining a judgment debtor under oath in a process known as a “Supplemental Examination” as a means of identifying assets and breaking through any scheme designed to hide assets from creditors.
For post-judgment collections, we domesticate foreign (out of state) judgments and are tenacious in collecting on money judgments issued by a court.
We strive to keep you informed of the post-judgment collection process so you can make decisions that best serve your situation.