Commercial and residential landlords, credit unions, banks, finance companies, contractors, small businesses, professional offices, private lenders, debt-buyers, educational institutions, homeowner associations, private lenders, judgment creditors, and factoring companies.
Delinquent business accounts, commercial and consumer loans, unpaid rent and property damage claims, credit card debt, student loans, personal loans, child support, alimony, and unpaid judgments (both foreign and domestic), auto and mortgage deficiency claims, and medical claims.
Upon receipt of your claim, we will provide a written fee agreement detailing our services and charges. Our usual procedure is as follows:
VERIFY: Document review and client consultation to verify the validity and accuracy of the claim and legal identity of the debtor.
LOCATE AND ASSESS: Our skip-trace team works to locate the debtor, and the debtor’s employer, real-estate or attachable assets to assess the potential for collection.
RECOMMEND A COURSE OF ACTION: Once we complete our due diligence on the claim, we provide you with a written recommendation as to how best to obtain payment.
DEMAND PAYMENT: Once we agree on a course of action, Kingery & Kogut will contact the debtor, make written demand for payment, and attempt to resolve the debt amicably.
LITIGATE: If the debt cannot be resolved voluntarily, Kingery & Kogut can file suit on your behalf and litigate your claim in the appropriate Delaware court through trial and appeal.
EXECUTE ON JUDGMENT: Once judgment is obtained, we will continue to pursue collection as long as payment is a possibility and it remains feasible to do so. We excel at judgment execution procedures such as wage attachment, use of document subpoenas, depositions, charging-orders, contempt orders, levies and sheriff's sales.
If you have an older judgment or judgment lien in Delaware, we can move to preserve your claim and, if necessary, move the court to allow execution on the claim.
This communication is an attempt to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. This information is not intended to be legal advice. If you have questions, please consult an attorney.
Clark C. Kingery, P.A., Attorneys at Law, is a debt-collector. The information on this website is offered for general informational or educational purposes and does not constitute and should not be relied on as legal advice.
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