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COMPREHENSIVE COMMERCIAL COLLECTIONS SERVICES IN TEXAS

The Rucker Law Firm provides commercial collections services in:

  • Asset repossessions
  • Asset turnover proceedings
  • Customer accounts receivable
  • Unpaid Texas court judgments
  • Domesticating out-of-state judgments
  • Collection in Houston state and federal courts
  • Commercial litigation for collections
  • Civil litigation for recovery of private loans
  • Enforcement of Texas buy-sell agreements
  • Negotiation for unpaid business debts
  • Seeking bank account garnishments, levies and other debt collection efforts

The Rucker Law Firm has a comprehensive understanding of state and federal collection laws and use this knowledge to help clients collect payment and resolve related legal issues as efficiently and effectively as possible. Attorneys at The Rucker Law Firm take care to protect business interests while also working to preserve ongoing business relationships. The firm represents businesses from many types of industries in recovering commercial debt. Some of the industries the firm serves include:

  • Construction
  • Energy
  • Finance
  • Health care and biotech
  • Homeowners associations
  • Manufacturing
  • Media
  • Real estate
  • Retail
  • Services
  • Technology and software

HOUSTON AND SUGAR LAND ATTORNEYS HOLDING PAST-DUE CUSTOMERS ACCOUNTABLE

Nonpayment of a debt may continue until you retain the services of a skilled collections attorney. Customers and clients can continue to ignore your requests — and demands — for payment. This can negatively affect your business' bottom line and your business relationship with the customer or client. By using an experienced Texas collection law attorney's knowledge and skills, you can negotiate an acceptable payment plan.

The Rucker Law Firm, PLLC, is a full-service law firm in Houston, Texas. Attorneys have a practical approach to practicing law, are service-oriented, respect clients' financial parameters with itemized billing and encourage negotiation over litigation.

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