Assertive Representation For Businesses In Collections Matters

When you have customers or other individuals who have failed to pay for goods or services provided, it can be difficult to determine the best way to attempt to recover. Should you use a collection agency? Should you try to pursue the matter yourself? An experienced Colorado lawyer can help you find the best way to obtain the money you are owed.

Highlands Ranch Debt Collection Attorney

At the Law Offices of Brandon R. Ceglian, P.C., in Highlands Ranch, we represent creditors, including businesses and business owners throughout the Front Range, who have uncollected debts. We focus our collections practice on the needs and rights of creditors, although we will help debtors negotiate workout plans for unpaid obligations. We handle a broad range of simple to complex collections matters, from the cases in county courts to federal collections. We handle matters involving:

  • Landlord Damages

  • Commercial Tenant Defense

  • Indemnification

  • Promissory notes

  • Breach of Contract

  • Mechanic's liens

Experienced Legal Counsel In Mechanic's Liens Issues

CeglianLaw in Highlands Ranch, represents general contractors, subcontractors and material suppliers who need to collect payment for work they have completed or material they have supplied for homeowners or developers. A mechanic's lien — also called a construction lien, property lien or materialman's lien — ensures that property owners pay for the services and materials used in improving their property.

  • Prepare liens

  • Provide advice on your rights and available remedies

  • Collect the money owed

  • Negotiate with owners, subcontractors, contractors and suppliers

  • Resolve disputes through negotiation, mediation, arbitration or trial

Contact An Experienced Highlands Ranch Creditors' Rights Attorney

To arrange a confidential consultation regarding debt negotiation and collection, contact our Highlands Ranch law firm online or call (720) 900-4798. Our office is conveniently located 20 minutes from the courts in Jefferson, Arapahoe, Douglas and Highlands Ranch counties.