Debt Collection Attorney Atlanta Georgia
Founded in 1985, Howe and Associates is a civil trial law firm, with over a combined 120 years of litigation and trial experience, the firm’s lawyers are recognized as top legal counsel by peers in the legal profession. We have litigated thousands of cases and conducted hundreds of trials spanning nearly three decades. From that experience, we have garnered a national and statewide reputation for excellence in handling litigation cases, based upon the opinions of members of the Bar and Judiciary. The firm is rated “AV Preeminent” by the Martindale- Hubbell Legal Directory, an impartial legal rating directory that ranks lawyers nationwide. This esteemed rating establishes the firm in a position at the peak of the legal profession.
Proven Georgia Collection Lawyer and Georgia Debt Collection Law Firm
At Howe & Associates, we believe that those who have received goods or services on credit, but refuse to pay, should be held accountable and we will work aggressively to achieve justice for our clients. Known for our high collection percentages and detailed reporting, we are more than just outstanding debt collection attorneys. With a team of experienced paralegals, investigators, and collectors, we provide the most comprehensive solution available in order to achieve the end result of the collection of the debt. Although one of our attorneys will be the main point of contact for each claim, we assign account managers as additional points of contact in order to ensure that our client is completely informed and advised of all legal issues every step of the way.
Experienced Debt Collection Services in Atlanta, Georgia and the Entire State of Georgia
Most of the creditors that we represent are referred to us by our current clients, other lawyers, and professionals in the community. We are active in the debt collection industry, both in educating our peers and in keeping abreast of the latest debt collection law changes, courtroom strategies and legislative issues. We have a reputation for winning, which includes going to trial if necessary. The fact is, most debtor attorneys don’t want to try cases. For the defendants, trials can be expensive, risky and time – consuming. We understand that as well, but we are willing to go to trial because we are committed to fighting for our clients and sometimes trial is the best option.