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Houston Commercial Collections Lawyers

Seeking to collect on a customer is no one’s idea of fun.  With commercial debts however, most overdue and delinquent accounts come from the other businesses that companies deal with on a daily basis.  These are often very important relationships.  However, if your business accounts receivable ledger has delinquent or overdue accounts on the books which are impacting your ability to meet your own financial obligations – something has to change.
You do have a right to collect what you are owed.
Texas Commercial Collections
At Currin, Wuest, Mielke, Paul and Knapp, P.L.L.C., we provide legal services to business owners, lenders and professionals including those in Harris County, Montgomery County and Liberty County who need to collect monies owed to them.  Our attorneys’ experience in these matters ranges from handling small business debt collection, to mechanics’ and materialmens’ liens, to admiralty law litigation for marine yacht lenders, to commercial litigation involving delinquent business-to-business accounts for commercial concerns of all types and sizes.
In some cases, the situation can be handled effectively by simply placing a phone call or sending a carefully worded demand letter, sometimes called a collection letter.  In others, aggressive litigation may be your only viable option.  As your lawyers, our goal is to help you effectively and efficiently recover as much of what is owed to you as possible while still preserving your long-term business interests.
Accomplishing this requires a pragmatic approach.  We can evaluate the accounts in question with you to determine first of all if a serious attempt to collect should be made, and secondly, what the best method is given the nature of your business’s relationship with the debtor and other factors.  If a lawsuit is warranted, remedies are available to you under Texas law.  Using these, we may be able to collect for you through typical litigation or through specific forms of court relief such as sequestration, attachment, garnishment, execution, turnover or judgment liens.
Put Our Collective Experience on Your Side
Conveniently located near Houston, our Kingwood, Texas law offices are easily accessible to clients seeking downtown-quality representation in a more comfortable environment.  If your business needs advice or assistance with commercial collections – put our combined experience at your side and call or contact our attorneys today.