A Skilled North Carolina Creditors' Rights and Construction Law Firm Provides Effective Results for Clients
Helping individuals and businesses get the results they deserve At Sprouse Law Firm, PLLC, we represent clients throughout North Carolina, including the Raleigh, Greensboro, Wilmington and Charlotte areas who are dealing with creditor rights, construction law and business litigation issues. Our firm tackles your biggest challenges and finds simple solutions to your problems. Mr. Sprouse has more than 15 years of experience in the areas of collections and construction law, and uses that knowledge to advise his clients through North Carolina's complicated lien and payment bond law procedures. The personalized attention your case needs Individualized attention We are small, but focused on results for each client. Strategic service We know how expensive litigation can be, and focus on pre-litigation techniques if they are available and fit your needs. Extensive experience Our attorneys have more than 25 combined years of experience practicing law, and we use what we have learned over the years to find solutions to your issues. Areas of Practice Sprouse Law Firm, PLLC is dedicated to handling all of your issues regarding: Creditor rights When you are the victim of unpaid loans from a debtor, we protect your creditor rights and see to it that you get the compensation you are entitled to. Construction law We helps companies dealing with construction law disputes, such as contract, insurance and lien issues. We file lien claims and payment bond claims when available, and work with our clients to make sure they are aware of such rights and take actions to preserve the claims. Contract disputes Whether you have a dispute involving a lease, unpaid wages, or a supply contract, we are here to help. Contact an accomplished North Carolina collections and construction law firm today For protection of your creditor rights or assistance with a construction law issue, call the Raleigh, North Carolina law office of Sprouse Law Firm, PLLC today at 919-954-1900 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation with our attorneys.
3109 Poplarwood Court, Ste. 115
Raleigh NC 27604
An Experienced North Carolina Bankruptcy Attorney Protects Creditors
Recovering the money you are entitled to While bankruptcy laws are quite compassionate towards individuals who've fallen on hard times, they can be harsh on creditors who are forced to absorb losses that help finance the debtor's fresh start. However, if you've received a notice of bankruptcy by someone who owes you money, don't assume that you have no rights. At the Raleigh, North Carolina law office of Sprouse Law Firm, our two attorneys have been helping creditors assert their rights toward debtors in bankruptcy for more than 25 combined years. We know the bankruptcy code inside and out and can advise you on the steps to take to improve your chances of being repaid. We are available to assist you in cases related to: Chapter 7 bankruptcy Chapter 11 bankruptcy Chapter 13 bankruptcy What an "automatic stay" means to a creditor An automatic stay is an injunction by the bankruptcy court that immediately prohibits creditors from seeking repayment of debts from the debtor. It doesn't mean you're out of luck, but it does mean any efforts to recover what you are owed must be directed towards the court. Our firm assists creditors in reviewing a debtor's bankruptcy petition to see precisely where opportunities exist for the creditor to advance his claim. We are aggressive in meeting the court deadlines, which come quickly and require detailed responses. We take the burden off our clients' shoulders. Secured versus unsecured debt A loan that is secured by collateral gives the creditor a lien against a debtor's asset. This is a huge advantage in bankruptcy court, where secured creditors go to the head of the line. Often the issue is cut and dried, but where there is ambiguity about whether a debt is secured, a skilled attorney can make the difference to a creditor's chances of recovery. The honesty requirement The U.S. Supreme Court has stated that the Bankruptcy Code "gives to the honest but unfortunate debtor . . . a new opportunity in life." If the debtor took on the debt in bad faith or through some kind of dishonest manipulation, he can't discharge that debt. Likewise, if you believe there is misrepresentation or fraud in the debtor's bankruptcy petition, such as attempting to hide assets, you must bring those objections to the court. We can present a clear and convincing argument to help your cause. Bankruptcy proceedings move quickly contact an attorney today! Especially today, when bankruptcy filings are so numerous, the court is eager to decide cases fast. If you delay asserting your rights, you can easily lose them. Call Sprouse Law Firm, PLLC today at 919-954-1900 or contact our office online to schedule a free initial consultation with a seasoned bankruptcy attorney dedicated to helping creditors.