Helping Businesses Collect Unpaid Debts Through Property Liens & Wage Garnishment
If you are a business owner or operator, money is what makes your world go round. You need capital to run and grow your business. When a customer or vendor has not paid their debts in a timely manner, your business’ success may be at risk. You deserve to collect the monies owed to you.
At the Law Office of Hector A. Montoya, P.L.L.C., we recognize having to force someone into paying what they owe is uncomfortable. You shouldn’t have to beg and plead for what is rightly yours. Time spent attempting to collect debt can quickly add up, amounting to not only a loss of productive time, but also a strain on finances.
From our office in Tucson, we work with businesses throughout Southern Arizona, handling debtor’s examinations and collection through methods such as wage garnishment and property liens. To arrange a consultation with experienced business law lawyer Hector Montoya, call 520-719-1767.
A wage garnishment is, in essence, a court enforced repayment plan. In order to put a wage garnishment in place, it is first necessary to sue on the debt. Once a debt is verified by the courts, we can assist you in the process of securing garnishment from the debtor. This process is applicable for not only business debts, but also debts involving child support.
In some circumstances, property liens, governed by state law, can be established by the court. Through the judicial process of lien creation, a business owner may be given the right to sell a debtor’s property in order to pay off the debt. In these situations, ensuring accurate property valuation becomes critical. Attorney Montoya relies on not only his years of legal experience, but his former career as a financial analyst to value property and maintain his client’s best interests throughout debt collection proceedings.
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