Advice from a Creditor Rights Lawyer

My law firm doesn’t have associate attorneys. We’re all “Members,” meaning that the typical angry partner/terrified associate relationship doesn’t really exist.

That is great for many reasons, but it stinks for a few others. For instance, I don’t always have a set of hands ready, willing, and waiting to do my overflow legal work. Also, I don’t really have a mentee or protege.

At this point in my career, I really expected to have a mentee.

So, blog readers, over the next few weeks, I’ll be sharing my wisdom on the practice of law here.  Follow along if you’d like to learn from my 18 years of hassling debtors, opposing counsel, and court clerks.

Author: David

I am a creditors rights and commercial litigation attorney with Harris Shelton in Nashville, Tennessee.

2 thoughts on “Advice from a Creditor Rights Lawyer”

  1. CAN I ask av ask question reference to a judgement back in 2006?!
    Good idea to hire a lawyer?
    Voluntarily the truck was surrendered after 2 years of paying it; business went down & couldn’t afforded it. 3-4 months later they sold it on auction. After that a judgement was place. In 2016 we were ask to go back to court & judgement renew again. They have just now Levy bank acc. Debt with interest 27k. They said either pay $125 each month or settle for 15k. Would a lawyer help to settle for less? Or maybe not pay? Sevierville Tn. Thanks 🙏if you get a chance to respond.

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