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Business and Legal Counsel Based in Portland, Oregon Every once in a while you stumble upon something really unique. Slinde Nelson is a very different kind of law firm. We’re a full-service firm that provides a suite of legal solutions for every business owner and C-level executive. What sets us apart, though, is the way in which our lawyers — somewhat unlike those toiling in most...
When people in Portland, Oregon, need broad yet focused legal counsel, they turn to Cosgrave Vergeer Kester LLP. From our law firm, we help clients handle everything from business and commercial litigation to personal injury and property damage liability. With more than 81 years of experience advocating for individuals and organizations of all backgrounds, our attorneys are invaluable assets in...
Need help with a Collections matter?
You've come to the right place. If you are a creditor (e.g., a small business or professional service provider) who is seeking payment of debts owed to you by individuals or other commercial entities, a collections lawyer can help.
Use FindLaw to hire a local collections lawyer when other debt collection methods have failed to help recover and satisfy outstanding debts, enforce rights under liens, and recover real or personal property (repossession) of insolvent debtors.
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- What are the next steps?
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