Collections Attorneys in Colorado
Anyone who has ever tried to collect a debt is aware that it can frequently be fraught with peril. When a creditor obtains a judgment entitling it to money owed by the debtor, the creditor has a variety of legal options to enforce the judgment. Liens may attach to real property, garnishments may be issued, and in some situations, writs of execution directing the sheriff to seize and sell the debtor's property may be an effective collection alternative.
A garnishment orders a third party, such as the debtor's employer, to pay money, otherwise owed to the defendant, directly to the creditor. When a debtor refuses to pay, we at Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. can set up a garnishment to have a portion of the debtor's paycheck or account sent straight to you.
Understanding the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act
The Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act (UFTA) protects creditors from debtors who try to hide their money and assets by giving them to relatives, or changing title. The UFTA allows a creditor to put the asset back into the debtor's name to collect against it, or to collect against the new holder of the assets.
Our team of collection attorneys will work closely with you in order to track assets, understand whether assets have been inappropriately transferred, and to determine how best to proceed.
Our Colorado collections attorneys at Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. have extensive experience in fighting for clients in an effort to collect on outstanding debts owed. We offer assertive and creative strategies to collect the debt that is owed to you. Our business law team is proactive and tenacious at locating and tracking assets that debtors may have hidden. Don't just sit back and watch the money you are owed walk away.
Great attorney. Gerald Jorgensen explained the situation and my legal options and obligations in clear, easy-to-understand language. His process made it easy to get the right settlement. I was really satisfied with the results. With Mr. Jorgenson, the client always comes first!
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