Do You Know Your Rights As A Creditor?
When debtors are in arrears or face bankruptcy, creditors need an advocate. Debt mitigation laws can easily leave creditors without fair compensation or in total loss. An experienced lawyer capable of strong advocacy can make sure you recover as much as possible in any given situation.
At Thompson Legal LLC, we have years of experience with creditors’ rights. Our past clients include small businesses, banks and other lenders. We have worked with both small and large claims issues, and Danielle Thompson is admitted to represent creditors in bankruptcy actions in both districts of bankruptcy court in Wisconsin. We are the resource you need.
Explore Your Options
Depending on the debtor and their actions, there are different ways for creditors to exercise their rights. This can mean that you pursue repossession or foreclosure, a settlement or judgment or replevins. In each situation, you should prepare to pursue the money owed through the courts.
Because creditors’ and debtors’ interests are fundamentally opposed, you should expect resistance and need to prepare for a legal fight. Fortunately, proper action can significantly reduce the burden legal disputes have, both financially and on your time and resources. In addition to work in bankruptcy courts, Danielle Thompson also supports creditors in default actions involving Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac loans.
Speak With An Attorney Who Understands Your Rights
Scheduling an appointment with our Jefferson office is easy. Simply call us at Thompson Legal LLC or send us an email. We can discuss your needs and specific circumstance in detail.