Does someone owe you money? Has someone given you a promissory note? Irvine Law Firm can help you with your debt collection. We understand that you may already feel that you are out the money you hope to collect and now an attorney is asking for a fee to collect what is already owed to you. We understand that frustration and we will try to collect the debt in the most cost-efficient manner.
We can also help on the front end of the debtor / creditor relationship. Let us review the paperwork you are using in your business when you loan money or extend credit. Revising your credit documentation can improve your chances of collecting that debt. The debtor / creditor relationship involves a promise to repay the debt (promissory note) and in some cases security for the debt (mortgage, deed of trust or security agreement). We are glad to help you prepare a Promissory Note and Deed of Trust valid in North Carolina. Email us a brief description of your collection matter and we will respond with a fixed fee quote.
- Law Firm Online offers a DIY collection package for $500.00:
- Initial Demand Letter to Debtor
- Summons & Complaint (suit on a note)
- Motion for Judgment & Notice of Hearing
- Court coaching & instructions
Foreclosure is a type of collection that involves the sale of real estate to satisfy a debt. This type of loan relationship requires two documents: a promissory note and a deed of trust (sometime called a mortgage). The deed of trust requires a debtor, a creditor and a trustee. The Trustee is the person charged with enforcing the terms of the Deed of Trust. We have assisted many different creditors with collections through the foreclosure process. Stephanie Irvine has served as Trustee in foreclosures in over 30 counties in North Carolina. The laws in North Carolina regarding foreclosures have changed quite a bit in the last several years. For more information on Irvine Law Firm’s foreclosure services, click here. Contact us for an estimate of fees to help you with your foreclosure.
If you would like to talk to us for a free consultation, please contact us today at (252) 809-4930 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may not like the idea of having to sue someone to recover the money they promised to pay you. However, failing to act is not going to get your money back. Let us help you.