Debt Collection
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Debt Collection

Commercial debt collection is a necessary service in most businesses. Often businesses find retaining a business law attorney to assist in debt collection is a cost-effective way to collect unpaid accounts.

Business law attorney Chris Cox has almost 30 years of experience helping business owners maximize and protect their businesses. Over the years, Mr. Cox has devised an effective program to recover unpaid invoices. Often, non-responsive customers who have unpaid bills suddenly become motivated when they learn an attorney has been retained to collect on their debt. Why? Attorneys have the ability to sue and seize property/accounts to satisfy the judgment they obtain, debt collection agencies do not.

Today's debtors are more sophisticated and crafty than previous generations. They have become skilled at extending terms and often manage to go many months before being turned over to a collection agency. Attorney Chris Cox has an aggressive approach to recovering unpaid debt and is considerably more affordable than large debt collection agencies.

You can be assured that attorney Chris Cox can provide your organization with the tools to attempt recovery of unpaid bills using your own staff. Mr. Cox can advise you on the best practices that comply with the Fair Debt Collection Act but yield a good rate of paid collections.

We accept credit cards for your convenience. Contact our St Louis law firm today to schedule an appointment to learn how our legal expertise can help you acheive your goals. Attorney Chris Cox is conveniently located in Chesterfield, Missouri. Call us at 314.727.0163 or contact us online.

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