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Debt Collection

Collection Attorneys in Nebraska and Iowa

Collecting debts can be difficult for companies. You must abide by debt collection laws, but you also need to be aggressive in your debt collection efforts to protect your company’s interests. The Nebraska debt collection attorneys of Berkshire & Burmeister provide clients with a wide range of debt collection services. Our debt collection practice focuses on effective and efficient debt recovery that results in successful solutions to your toughest debt collection matters.

We Handle All Types of Debt Collection Matters

Our debt collection practice includes handling cases involving accounts that are just past due to pursuing collection of judgments that have already been obtained. Our experienced debt collection lawyers use a variety of methods to collect debts, including mediation, arbitration, and litigation.

If we can collect a debt with a debt collection letter, that is our first choice because it is simple and cost-effective for our clients. However, if a debtor is non-responsive, we are prepared to take more aggressive actions to collect the debt, including debt collection lawsuits and post-judgment collection procedures.

Examples of the debt collection services provided by our Nebraska collection attorneys include:

  • Accounts receivable
  • Unsecured loan payments
  • Rent arrearages
  • Mortgage arrearages
  • Debts for services rendered
  • Amounts owed for goods sold
  • Unpaid medical expenses
  • Credit card collections
  • Debt collection litigation, including filing mechanic’s liens, construction liens, foreclosure actions, deficiency judgments, asserting security interests, and suing for unpaid debts of all types
  • Judgment enforcement, including post-judgment collection efforts such as wage garnishment, levy of non-exempt assets, and perfection of judgment liens

The legal team of Berkshire & Burmeister represents banks, lenders, construction companies, and other businesses in all actions to recover debts owed by a debtor, including in state courts and bankruptcy court.

Through our decades of experience handling debt collection matters, we have attained a comprehensive understanding of the various debt collection processes and collection options available to companies in Nebraska and Iowa. If your debt collection efforts have been unsuccessful, allow the experienced debt collection professionals of Berkshire & Burmeister to get you the money you are owed.

We Protect Your Rights as a Creditor

When a client or customer defaults on a debt, it hurts your business. You need to collect bad debts quickly and affordably. Our debt collection attorneys understand how bad debts impact a business. We are focused on asserting your creditor rights to the fullest extent of the law to ensure timely collection of bad debts. Our legal team is focused on getting you the results you need to protect your business interests.

Let us help you stop the stress placed on your business from bad debts by getting started now with proven, successful debt collection strategies that utilize all legal avenues available to creditors to protect their interests when a debtor fails to pay a legally enforceable debt. Do not waste any more time and money with debt collection letters and telephone calls that do not work. Let our Nebraska collection attorneys use the full extent of the law to collect those debts for your company.

Nebraska Debt Collection Attorneys Working for Your Benefit

Contact the Law Firm of Berkshire & Burmeister by calling 402-827-7000 to discuss how our legal team can help you collect bad debts.

Your company profits suffer when customers and clients do not pay the debts they owe. We can help you lessen the damage to your bottom line with time-proven debt collection strategies developed by experienced debt collection attorneys in Nebraska and Iowa.

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