Redmon, Peyton, & Braswell LLP has vast experience representing banks, finance companies, mid-tier companies, landlords, small businesses and individuals involved in pre-litigation and post-litigation commercial disputes and other lawsuits. The law firm represents clients in many types of disputes and litigation, including:

  • Commercial, consumer and medical collections
  • Landlord-Tenant matters
  • Promissory notes
  • Purchase and sale agreements
  • Contracts
  • Judgment enforcement (domestic and foreign judgments)
  • Wage and bank garnishments

Redmon, Peyton, & Braswell LLP represents private lenders and a large variety of businesses in pre-litigation and post-litigation collection matters. When a client is owed money, the law firm utilizes all collection and enforcement tools the law provides to collect from the debtor, including judgment enforcement, wage garnishment, bank-account garnishment, asset seizure, supplemental proceedings, and negotiated debt settlements. Business clients value our firm’s skill and speed in commercial collections. The firm works closely with clients to develop out-of-court settlement strategies, backed by the power of judgment-enforcement tools, to motivate debtors.

Creditor Rights

As a creditor, the federal bankruptcy code provides you with significant protections against unpaid debt. At the same time, many creditors have legitimate questions about spending time and financial resources on recovering bad debt. It is important to hire an attorney who can not only secure and collect debts from an insolvent consumer or business—but who can accomplish that goal in a cost-effective way.

At Redmon, Peyton, & Braswell LLP we provide aggressive advocacy and creative, cost-effective solutions to the problems faced by business creditors, banking or non-banking lenders, business owners, and a variety of other creditors. In doing so, our lawyers use the full complement of tools provided by federal bankruptcy law to protect our creditor clients’ rights and to make debtors pay what they owe.