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JUDICIAL FORECLOSURE ON REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY AND DEFICIENCY CLAIMS  If you have a debt to collect that is secured with a Trust Deed or a Security Agreement, there may be collateral that we can foreclose against and sell to pay the debt. If there isn’t enough collateral, or it becomes valueless, you may have a claim for the amount that is not secured by land or other property (a deficiency claim).    We are a quality law firm, not a collection agency or a mill operation.  We Sue!  We don’t send whiny letters and don’t usually even contact the debtors before we start the lawsuit unless required by law.  We don’t make repetitive phone calls and have no phone collectors. Most cases involving secured real and personal property or sales of goods or services have some form of written documentation. This can include email, contracts, correspondence, invoices, billings, a statement of the account or admissions of the debt. These are the documents which we present for settlement to the court, together with the testimony of the witnesses, that win your case. We have a full staff of qualified and experienced Lawyers and Legal Assistants.   We use all the legal remedies the law allows to collect your money.  We move fast and aggressively.   We offer a choice between contingent fees (a percentage) or hourly fees (charge by the hour).  See our FAQ page on which is right for you and how to make the choice.   We recover more money, more often than other attorneys or collectors.  If you are a contingent fee client and we don’t recover, there is no fee.  The out of pocket filing fees for the court enforcement documents, motions, hearings and liens and the fee for the process servers are generally small.  See our FAQ pages concerning Costs.
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Most cases involving secured real and personal property or sales of goods or services have some form of written documentation. This can include email, contracts, correspondence, invoices, billings, a statement of the account or admissions of the debt. These are the documents which we present for settlement to the court, together with the testimony of the witnesses, that win your case. We have a full staff of qualified and experienced Lawyers and Legal Assistants. We use all the legal remedies the law allows to collect your money.  We move fast and aggressively.   We offer a choice between contingent fees (a percentage) or hourly fees (charge by the hour).  See our FAQ page on which is right for you and how to make the choice.   We recover more money, more often than other attorneys or collectors.  If you are a contingent fee client and we don’t recover, there is no fee.  The out of pocket filing fees for the court enforcement documents, motions, hearings and liens and the fee for the process servers are generally small.  See our FAQ pages concerning Costs.
JUDICIAL FORECLOSURE ON REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY AND DEFICIENCY CLAIMS  If you have a debt to collect that is secured with a Trust Deed or a Security Agreement, there may be collateral that we can foreclose against and sell to pay the debt. If there isn’t enough collateral, or it becomes valueless, you may have a claim for the amount that is not secured by land or other property (a deficiency claim).    We are a quality law firm, not a collection agency or a mill operation.  We Sue!  We don’t send whiny letters and don’t usually even contact the debtors before we start the lawsuit unless required by law. We don’t make repetitive phone calls and have no phone collectors.
Judicial Foreclosure on Real & Personal Property
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