Nebraska Collections Questions & Answers

Q: How do i collect the judgement from a Case

1 Answer | Asked in Collections for Nebraska on
Answered on May 13, 2011
Ryan P. Sullivan's answer
If the judgment debtor has not submitted payment voluntarily, the next step will be to start garnishment proceedings. If you are unaware of where the debtor works, you might consider requesting a debtor's hearing to uncover the debtors occupation, assets, etc.

Q: I received a summons for credit card debts. I want to pay for them in full what do I need to do?

1 Answer | Asked in Collections for Nebraska on
Answered on May 13, 2011
Ryan P. Sullivan's answer
I suggest having your attorney contact the creditor's attorney assigned to the case. Your attorney can often negotiate a reduced pay-off amount in an effort to settle the case prior to the first hearing. Please feel free to contact me directly with questions, I may be able to help.

Q: Verbal contract agreement with La QuintaInn for lawn service&still have outstanding invoices from Jun,Au,Sep/2010! HELP!

1 Answer | Asked in Collections for Nebraska on
Answered on May 13, 2011
Ryan P. Sullivan's answer
I suggest filing a claim in county court and get a judgment for the amount due. I often work with small businesses in handling small claims such as these. Please feel free to contact me and I can explain the initial steps to take.

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