Secured and Unsecured Collection Legal Services
You have the right to pursue your claims against the people and companies that owe you money. Pursuit of these claims can be complicated and involve significant money and time. If you are a business owner who is owed money, increasingly you have to take legal action if you want to get paid. William Zimmerling is a Denver Colorado based attorney offering experienced, comprehensive legal services focused on debt collection for businesses. Employing extensive experience, tenacity and skills in and outside of the courtroom, he can successfully recover your debts.
Pursuing Unpaid Debts
Business owners are often concerned with how long it will take to recover debts as well as whether the costs are worth the effort in pursuing a debt. As your legal advocates and advisors, we will take the time to review your portfolio, determine an appropriate course of action and give you a clear evaluation of your rights and options. Understanding that your bottom line is of critical importance, we will work to minimize the cost and time and maximize your return on investment.
Our Denver business collection attorney is experienced with all of the following:
- Breach of Contract Disputes and Litigation
- Promissory Notes
- Unsecured and secured debt collection
- Accounts Receivable collection
- Judgment Collection
- Domestication of out of state judgments Uniform Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Act
- Colorado Bad Check Statute C.R.S.A. § 13-21-109
- Colorado Wage Statute C.R.S.A. § 8-4-101
Debt Recovery Procedures and Litigation
As your lawyer, William Hadden Zimmerling will take the time to explore all of your options. We will design a debt collection program that will be cost effective and get results through the legal process. With extensive experience in this area of law, we are prepared to handle all aspects of your collections program, from Attorney Collection Letters to obtaining a Judgment to collecting on that Judgment. We work collaboratively with clients to identify legal issues and pursue appropriate avenues for recovery. When a debtor refuses to pay, we use the legal process to protect your rights and interests.