A Law Firm with a Winning Tradition
Debt Collection Lawyer St. Paul, MN
Helping You Take Legal Action
At Rogosheske, Rogosheske, & Atkins, PLLC, Attorney Alex Rogosheske provides legal representation to both creditors and debtors.
Representing Creditor’s Collecting Money Owed
On the creditor side, he represents companies or individuals that are owed money for work or services provided. Initially, Alex works to get the money back through the informal process of sending a letter to the debtor. If no agreement can be reached, a formal lawsuit can be filed in either Conciliation Court or District Court, depending on the amount owed.
After a judgment is docketed and entered, Alex and the client will sit down and map out the best strategy to get the money back.
Protecting Debtors from Unfair Business Practices
On the debtor side, Attorney Alex Rogosheske helps protect debtors from overzealous creditors. He attempts to settle any amount owed for pennies on the dollar. Alex charges an hourly rate.
If we know where the debtor works or banks or if they have other assets, the strategies may include:
- Wage garnishment,
- Bank levies, or
- Sheriff seizures.
If you don’t know a lot about a debtor’s assets, we can request that the debtor fill out a Financial Disclosure Form. If they fail to complete the form, we can request an Order to Show Cause Hearing. If they do not show up (which is usually the case), a warrant could be issued for the debtor’s arrest.
Our firm fees are based on contingency. That means we receive a percentage of any amount collected, as long as the client pays any up-front litigation costs.
Alex has had great success representing many companies and individuals. Please call (651) 413-9004 or contact us online to set up your consultation today!
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