• Cameron G. White

Creditor’s Remedies/Collections

Updated: 9 hours ago

Whether you have not yet started a lawsuit or you have started a lawsuit and the judge ultimately decided in your favour, it is up to you to collect your money. Getting paid can be difficult and we offer a full range of services to creditors who are trying to get paid monies that they are owed. For over 50 years, Derpak White Spencer LLP has been helping creditors pursue and collect monies that are owed to them. Learn the basic options for pursuing a legal claim against a debtor and/or getting your judgment paid.

OUR SERVICES INCLUDE:

  • Sending demand letters to debtors

  • Starting a lawsuit (more info)

  • The basic steps in a lawsuit in BC (more info)

  • Doing searches to see if the debtor has any assets

  • Registering a foreign judgment in BC (more info)

  • Garnishing orders before and after judgment (more info)

  • Injunctions to prevent a debtor from transferring or disposing of property before judgment

  • Setting aside fraudulent transfers and preferences made by the debtor in an effort to to avoid having to pay the creditor

  • Seizing and selling assets which belong to the debtor


Contact Us

If you are trying to collect an unpaid debt, please contact us with any questions or to learn more about your options. Call us at (604) 736 9791.

Disclaimer: This article is not intended to serve as, or should be construed as legal advice, and is only to provide general information. No portion or use of this article will establish a lawyer-client relationship with the author or any related party. Should you require legal advice for your particular situation, please get in touch with us.

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