Getting started is as easy as 1, 2, 3
1. Become a Client
Fill out our client contact form and submit it through this website. Our office will review it and you will be contacted about your issue within one business day. Filling out this form does not create an attorney client relationship, and you should not send confidential information through it.
2. Forward your account
Once our firm has accepted your matter and you have become a client, you will be given access to multiple methods of submitting your accounts for review and collections. Depending on your accounts and your needs, you may submit your files via excel spreadsheet, pdf form, or online intake application. We aim to make the process as simple as possible for you and your staff. Should you need a particular type of intake, we would be happy to discuss accommodations.
3. Stay informed
After you submit your account to our office, you will be given monthly updates, and the option to keep track of your file via web-portal. We also send regular updates as your file moves through specific points in the collections process, and we keep you or your office informed on any significant contact we have with your account holder. Although it is not always possible to convert your past-due account to a collected account, we do our best to make sure you know what is going on ever step of the way.
Client Intake Form
Please fill out this form in order to submit your information to our firm. All fields are required except for Note. Our office will review your information and contact you within one business day, provided your contact information is correct. Should you have any trouble, please contact our office during normal business hours. Please note that filling out and submitting this form does not create an attorney/client relationship. There is no guarantee that we can accept you or your company as a client. If you are a consumer, opposing counsel, or adverse party, do not use this form to communicate with our firm. Any information provided to us may be used to collect an outstanding debt.