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Debtor And Creditor Rights Lawyers In Ogden, Utah: Protect Your Assets

Kaufman, Nichols & Kaufman represent both putative debtors and creditors in various settings, including financial workouts, collection negotiations, and real estate transactions. Our clients value our firm’s insight and professional perspective with these substantial financial implications. Establishing a right to collect money or retain property is a complicated legal matter that requires both attention to detail and expertise.

We have skilled litigators and advocates in matters involving the following:

  • Adversary proceedings
  • Foreclosure/deficiency actions
  • Judgment enforcement, including writs of garnishment, execution, and replevin
  • Secured transactions

Utah Foreclosure Law Experts

In today’s real estate market, foreclosures have become commonplace. The attorneys at Kaufman, Nichols & Kaufman work diligently to protect the rights of clients, whether they are creditors, lenders, or property owners in foreclosure actions. The firm’s attorneys are experienced in prosecuting and defending foreclosures and collecting judgments—skills that can be valuable to both creditors and debtors.

Kaufman, Nichols & Kaufman have an impressive record at the trial court level and on appeal and will aggressively pursue a case in court if it is in the best interest of the client. However, the firm’s attorneys continually weigh the potential risks and benefits of litigation and, if the opportunity presents itself, will assist clients in settling their cases outside of the courtroom.

At Kaufman, Nichols & Kaufman, we will aggressively use the law to resolve disputes. Contact us to review your legal options.

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  • Bamberger Square Building
  • 205 26th Street, Ste. 34
  • Ogden, UT 84401

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