Collections Law and Bad Debt in North Carolina

An unfortunate part of doing business is that customers or others to whom you have extended credit or who owe you money often fail to pay their debt. Even after initial friendly "have you forgotten" letters and reminders, and later more strongly worded notices, some debtors continue to ignore their valid obligations.

Many debtors believe that collections agencies present little more than a threat by a "paper tiger". What a debtor does not want to receive is a demand from an attorney. After hearing from a litigator, such debtors should quickly realize that if they continue to ignore the debt, that the next communication they will likely receive will be in the form of a summons delivered by a sheriff. Such debtors then must face the frustration, expense, and inconvenience associated with litigation.

When you need assistance on the collection of a commercial or retail debt, the Plyler Law Firm offers a variety of options to meet your needs. For a complete description of services offered and to discuss the individual needs of your situation, please call the Plyler Law Firm at (910) 483-4LAW (4529).

The Plyler Law Firm can also assist you with other business and litigation needs. Please seek the appropriate categories under areas of practice located on the left hand side of this page.

Plyler Law Firm, P.A.
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 53987
Fayetteville, NC 28305-3987


Street Address:
3307 Bragg Blvd.
Fayetteville, NC 28303


Telephone - (910) 483-4LAW (4529)
Fax - (910) 483-7144
FayettevilleNCLaw.com
mplyler@plylerlaw.com

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