A Legal Pathway to Protect Your Investment
A complicated economy and a persistent downturn has created global havoc among all kinds of lenders, and even as economies recover banks and companies large and small are still struggling to recover payments. As a partner in your commercial collections efforts, we can employ a full range of resources and strategies designed to help your business stay on track.
At the Atlanta law office of Stokes Carmichael & Ernst LLP, our attorneys work with businesses across the state of Georgia. Our law firm and attorneys have received Martindale-Hubbell's highest rating, AV® Preeminent®, for excellence in legal ability and ethical standards. We are committed to a results-focused brand of law.
Commercial Collections For Your Business
Collections efforts are a necessary and vital part of every business. Whether a client has fallen behind on payments, refuses to compensate for services rendered, or is defaulting on a loan, eventually it may become necessary to put the full force of the law behind your claim.
Our lawyers take on commercial collections claims for banks, lenders, financial service providers and creditors of all sizes and all needs. We can help you handle issues involving:
- Promissory notes
- Installment contracts
- Bank loans
- Delayed and overdue payments
- Loan defaults
- Logistics and transportation claims
Whether your business is dealing with other companies or directly with the public, we can field the resources, knowledge and experience that will help you recover your losses. We know collections law and are proud to have established 50 years of service to Georgia banks and creditors.
Building a Plan for Financial Recovery
At the law office of Stokes Carmichael & Ernst LLP, we work closely with commercial clients in collections efforts. If your company needs the guidance of a trusted counselor, or an experienced local partner to support your in-house legal efforts, we are focused on Real World Legal Solutions®.
Contact us online or by phone at 404-352-1465 extension 423.