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Dayton Creditor Collections Lawyers

With the economic downturn, many banks and businesses are having difficulties collecting on money owed for loans, credit card balances and other past-due accounts. Often, these situations require more than collection letters; they require a strong legal advocate who will take action to protect the interests of your business.

At The Law Offices of Ira H. Thomsen, in Dayton, Ohio, we provide strong representation for a wide range of creditors' rights issues. We will provide thorough and efficient attention to your case, taking the necessary steps to collect on past-due accounts. Depending on the situation, this might also include repossession, eviction or foreclosure actions, or representing the interests of your business if the debtor files for bankruptcy.

To speak to a skilled lawyer who will listen to your needs and work diligently on your collections matter, contact us today. We strive to return all messages within 24 hours.

Springboro Commercial Collections Attorneys

At our firm, we regularly advise and act on behalf of creditors who need help to collect on past-due accounts. We also represent creditors in situations where a debtor plans to file or has filed for bankruptcy.

Our Dayton creditor collections attorneys have extensive experience with both bankruptcy and collections matters. We are familiar with the laws and procedures related to these areas, and we can advise regarding what your rights are as a creditor and guide you through every step of the legal process.

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For help with your collections issue, call us today at 937-748-5001 or 937-748-5001. If you prefer to send an e-mail, you may do so using our secure online form. Our office hours are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. We accept MasterCard and Visa credit card payments.

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