Creditors considering filing a lawsuit to obtain a judgment against a debtor in Texas must follow specific procedures that protect debtors’ rights. At Kaplan & Moon, PLLC, we understand the collection lawsuit process and make sure our clients don’t spend valuable time, human resources and money pursuing a judgment only to have to back up and start over again.
We Aggressively Prevent Fraudulent Conveyance
As licensed attorneys, we put the power of the law on your side of the collections process. We handle everything, from thorough investigation and intensive depositions, to submitting written discovery to your debtor, to attending legal hearings and meetings as your legal counsel. We are confident that no creditors’ rights law firm in Texas will outwork us in terms of paperwork, accuracy and vigorous pursuit of an efficient and effective outcome.
In the event your debtor files for bankruptcy as a means of avoiding judgment, we are also ready to represent you at the 341 creditors’ rights meeting, where we will pursue every strategy to protect you from fraudulent conveyance and financial losses under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.
Why Not Use A Collections Agency?
Collections agencies generally cannot offer what licensed attorneys can provide. After the judgment is handed down against your debtor, we have the power of the courts at our disposal to make sure your debtor is held to the findings of the judgment.
Unlike most collections agencies, we do not work on a percentage commission. We not only make sure you receive all recoverable assets but also make sure the money goes to your bank account.
Call An Experienced Dallas-Fort Worth Debt Collection Lawyer
Our legal team represents national and international clients who are involved in debt collections or judgment litigation with debtors anywhere in Texas. With more than 70 years of cumulative experience, we have established an exceptional record of helping debtors pursue their debts and protect their interests.
We invite you to schedule a consultation so we can review the facts of your case and recommend the best steps to take next. Call 214-522-4900 or email us.