Collection Attorney-Marathon Man

COLLECTION ATTORNEY TO RUN CHICAGO MARATHON

To Benefit The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

Collection Attorney, Stephen B. Gebeloff of The Gebeloff Law Group, a Commercial Debt Collection Law Firm will be joining Team in Training, Palm Beach Chapter to run the Chicago Marathon in October 2015 to benefit The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

When Gebeloff is not behind his desk at his  commercial debt collection law firm, he is spending many hours out on the road training.

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Collection Attorney to Run Chicago

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“Life is not all about being a debt collection attorney,” Gebeloff  explains. Besides collecting debts and collecting on judgments for his clients, Stephen Gebeloff  believes that it is important to give back to the community.  Gebeloff says “knowing I can personally help make a difference in the battle against cancer helps me run the many miles needed to prepare  for the marathon.”

This year too many close friends and family members have been diagnosed with Leukemia. “It changes the way you see life. I enjoy my debt collection practice but, seeing others struggle battling cancer makes you realize work is not everything. Your health is the greatest gift you can have” states Gebeloff.

Gebeloff has been a commercial debt collection lawyer, practicing debt collection law for most of his career. He finds running to find a cure very rewarding undertaking when he is not at work.  In his debt collection law practice he very rarely has a dull day at the office.  When  he is not collecting debts for his collection clients, he loves to lace up his sneakers and run with his teammates. Most  teammates from Team in Training become friends for life. “We all imagine a world without cancer,” Gebeloff affirms.

 

If you have further questions about  the Gebeloff Law Group and its collection law practice or want to speak to Steve about his running, call  him . Together, he will devise a debt collection or running strategy, that  is just right for you.

If you would like to Donate to The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and support collection attorney Gebeloff’s marathon run, you may make a tax deductible contribution by clicking the link below.

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Attorney Demand Letter

Attorney Demand Letter Service for the Collection Industry

The Gebeloff Law Group is excited to announce a new attorney demand collection letter service to creditors. The attorney demand letter service allows creditors to place debt collection claims initially at a flat rate fee rather than being obligated to pay a contingency fee for debt collection. The concept is to send the attorney demand letter to a debtor and to inform the debtor that this is their last chance to make payment arrangements on past due receivables.

Attorney Demand Letter

Attorney Demand Letter

If collection of money due to your company does not result from the attorney demand letter, our collection attorney will consult with our collection client and decide if they would like to place the claim for debt collection litigation. The concept of the debt collection attorney demand letter program is save companies money. Rather than a creditor paying a contingency fee , sometimes a debtor just may need the final push of an attorney demand collection letter and a phone call from a collection lawyer to get the debtor to pay your company money due and owing.

To place an attorney demand letter our collection clients can visit our web site attorneydemandletters.com. Once they are on the attorney demand letter site, there will be instructions on how to submit a claim for our collection attorney demand letter service. If a client feels that a collection attorney demand letter most likely will not be enough to persuade a debtor to pay their outstand account, the debt collection client can also place the debt collection account for litigation with our debt collection law firm.

 

For more information on the attorney demand letter debt collection program, our clients can visit our website or call our collection firm to discuss the attorney demand letter program. Together, working with our collection attorneys, a debt collection client can determine if the attorney demand collection letter program is the right approach to collect their money.

Mediating a Florida Debt Collection Case

Mediating a Florida Debt Collection Case

Mediation in Florida is required before a Florida Collection case can proceed to trial. Florida debt collection cases are not all the same and it is typical for a debtor to presents defense to payment of debt. Typical defenses to Florida collection cases are that the goods sold or delivered were non-conforming; the goods shipped were delivered late and or the product did not meet the quality standards the debtor expected.

Our Florida collection attorneys-lawyers are all very familiar with the defenses raised in a typical Florida debt collection case. Our Florida collection law firm will propound discovery in the form of interrogatories and request for production of documents to flush out the true nature of the debtor’s defense to the collection lawsuit.

By sending discovery our Florida collection attorneys-lawyers will know before attending mediation what the true obstacles to your company collecting money may be. Before attending a Florida mediation our debt collection clients will be better prepared to make an informed business decision before deciding whether to settle their collection case at mediation or bring their Florida debt collection case to trial.

Our Florida debt collection firm and its attorneys-lawyers are cognizant of the risk and reward of settling a case at mediation rather than waiting to take the collection case to trial. If a client settles a debt collection case at mediation, the client is empowered to decide the outcome of the case the day of mediation, rather than waiting on a trial date. Based on the backlog in the Florida Court system, it may be prudent to take a settlement in a debt collection case rather than wait for payment of the debt down the road. However, because each Florida debt collection case is unique, our collection attorneys-lawyers will weigh the settlement offered at mediation with our debt collection clients against the risks of proceeding to trial having to wait to get before a Florida Judge.

 

If you have questions about the Florida mediation process, call our Florida Debt Collection Firm and ask to speak to one of our collection attorneys-lawyers about Florida mediation and or litigating your Florida debt collection cases.

Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

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Effective April 14, 2015