Collections

Louisiana Collections Attorney

Need legal help in collections?

One of the biggest challenges a business faces is clients who refuse to pay for goods delivered or services rendered. When a client fails to provide payment, the entire company suffers. It can affect the company's payroll, payment of its existing debts or other financial obligations, and can even affect its chances of obtaining new loans. When facing the frustrating situation of clients not paying money they owe you, contact a Louisiana attorney at law today. While your internal collections representative may aggressively pursue payments, sometimes legal action, or even just being contacted by a legal representative, is the only thing that gets a client to meet their financial obligations. The Layfield Law Firm, LLC is available to provide you with legal counsel for a variety of business matters, including assisting you with your collections efforts.

Collections Lawyer in Louisiana

My firm will tirelessly pursue legal action against those who owe you money in order to try and obtain full payment from them. I completely understand the importance of getting you your money and will use every legal tool available to help achieve this. From contacting the clients on your behalf, to actually bringing them to court, I will vigorously pursue those who are refusing to pay their bills or invoices.

When internal collection efforts fail to persuade clients to pay what they owe, it becomes necessary to pursue legal action against them. Uncollected bills can not only impact a company's bottom line, they can also anger board members and/or investors, causing a lack of faith in the management. From pre-trial counsel through the entire legal process, I will work diligently to obtain a successful outcome for you so can get paid. Whether you are a service-based business, or you provide physical goods, obtaining the services of a legal representative can give your collections efforts the firepower needed to persuade clients to pay up.

If you are trying to collect payment, contact a Louisiana business lawyer.

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    "Beau always responded quickly to my questions, sometimes patiently just listened while I vented."
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Our FAQ

Have questions? We are here to help. Still have questions or can't find the answer you need? Give us a call at 225-283-1374 today!

  • Should I take a settlement offer?

    It is never a good idea to settle an insurance claim before speaking with a knowledgeable personal injury attorney that has experience with injury accident cases. Insurance companies have tactics they use to deny claims, redirect fault, and withhold available compensation. An insurance claim can be a complicated process and insurance adjusters can be intimidating to accident victims. An insurance company may assert that the injuries are not as serious as claimed, and attempt to settle quickly for a low amount.

  • How long will the divorce process take?

    The length of your divorce proceedings will depend on different factors, which include how long it takes to serve divorce papers to your spouse, whether your spouse is willing to waive their rights to service and notice of trial, whether you have minor children from the marriage and legal delays. Typically, it will take 20 to 40 days to receive a divorce judgment from the court after papers have been served. If your spouse decides to waive his or her rights to service and notice of trial, the judgment can come swiftly. It is important to note that a judgment does not become finalized until the 30-day "appeals" window has ended.

    Another important point to note is that you must be living separately from your spouse for six months (or longer if there are minor children from the marriage) before being able to file a petition, unless there are extenuating circumstances, such as your spouse committed a felony. Securing an attorney for legal representation may result in your divorce process being resolved much faster than you attempting to navigate the proceedings on your own.

  • Is adoption a long process?
    • Each adopted child has different circumstances. There are several types of adoptions that could take place, including a stepparent adoption, a private adoption or a standard adoption. Each has its own specific challenges. With the help of my firm, we will speed the process through the system as quickly as we can so that you can begin your new family and move forward with starting life together.

  • How do I know if I have a personal injury claim?

    A personal injury accident is the result of the negligent, reckless or careless action of another. An accident that occurs from the use of a dangerous or defective product is an example of a personal injury accident. Another example is a drunk driver who causes a car collision with injuries or fatalities. In the case of negligence, the victim may be eligible for monetary compensation that can include lost income, medical expenses, and pain and suffering. Beau Layfield and The Layfield Law Firm, LLC can represent a client in court and negotiate with insurance companies to pursue the maximum possible compensation.

  • Do I have to go to court in order to obtain a divorce?

    Filing divorce papers with a court is the only way you will obtain a legal separation from your spouse. This applies to any other form of legal separation, including a marriage annulment. Aside from the divorce decree itself, a court is able to assist in settling other matters related to divorce, which include child custody and the distribution of marital assets.