CREDITORS RIGHTS & COLLECTIONS

Take Back What Is Rightfully Yours

The attorneys at Hill & Rainey represent creditors all over the state of Virginia. We take pride in our ability to recover debts and return assets back to their rightful owner. If you have a debtor that breached their promise to repay their debt, you may need to file a civil suit. Don’t put your business in jeopardy by failing to go after debtors who don’t keep their word. This not only affects your income, it can put you out of business. We represent a wide variety of clients, including:

 

  • Loan Companies
  • Banks
  • Funeral Homes
  • Automobile Finance Companies
  • Landlords
  • Individuals

 

If you have been unsuccessful at collecting debt that is owed to you, it may be time to consult an experienced attorney. We will create an individualized strategy to help you take back what is rightfully yours.

 

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

  • Warrants in Debt
  • Debtor Interrogatories
  • Wage Garnishment
  • Repossession

***Important COVID-19 Update***

 

As we confront the challenge of the COVID-19 coronavirus, the health and safety of our clients and our staff is our top priority. While we monitor updates from the CDC as well as local public health authorities, we understand that your legal needs are still important.  If you would like to talk to an attorney, please call us at (804)-526-8300 or use the contact form to reach out.  We will continue to fight tirelessly for you and will reach out to you shortly.

1- (804) 526-8300

CONTACT HILL & RAINEY

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2425 Boulevard, Suite 9

Colonial Heights, VA 23834

 

Phone: (804) 526-8300

Fax: (804) 526-2872

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