Collections Law

Westfall, LLC is able to provide comprehensive, attorney-managed debt recovery services to our clients, which range from some of the nation's largest financial institutions to some of the smallest financial institutions and businesses.  Our thorough understanding of the law, business, and the collections process, makes us much more than collectors. We are negotiators, investigators, and collectors that have a proven track record for our clients.

We collaborate with each client and devise a collection strategy tailored to each client’s unique recovery objectives. Our attorneys selectively employ a range of collections tools to effectively achieve the desired outcome, including demand letters, pre-suit collections, litigation, skip tracing, asset searches, post-judgment collections and collateral recovery.

Our firm maintains policies and practices compliant with all applicable federal and state governing laws and regulations, including the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). Particularly important in today’s regulatory environment, the firm regularly tailors its practices and procedures to implement the specific compliance requirements of its clients. Our ultimate goal is to eliminate client regulatory risk by providing comprehensive attorney-managed compliance procedures at each stage of the recovery process.

Services

Our collections and creditors' remedies attorneys offer services in a wide range of practice areas, including but not limited to:

  • Appellate representation
  • Bankruptcy, proofs of claim, relief from stay, adversary proceedings, and reaffirmation agreements
  • Collection litigation in Georgia
  • Commercial debt collections
  • Levies
  • Lawsuits and judgments
  • Negotiation of settlements
  • Probate and deceased account collections
  • Post-judgment discovery and asset recovery
  • Real Estate and Lien-related collections
  • Real Estate foreclosures
  • Secured transactions

Recent News

Todd Westfall and his son Grey were featured in the Winter 2016 issue of Georgia State Law Alumni Magazine discussing the new College of Law building. Please see full article below.  Read More