Collection Hearing Details

CAP understands that court appearances are an important part of your practice. They can be costly and consume a significant amount of time. You can save your firm time and money by utilizing CAP appearance attorneys to handle your Collection hearings.

About Collection Hearings

CAP attorneys are dedicated to handling all aspects of your hearing and understand their responsibility to your client. We have over 17 years of experience in providing attorney appearances and guarantee professional advocacy for your client.

Utilizing a live CAP attorney is far more budget-friendly than appearing by telephone for your appearance. Many of our local attorneys have long-standing relationships with the local judges and clerks and are familiar with their individual policies and preferences.

CAP will only appear on behalf of the creditor and will never make an appearance on behalf of the debtor for civil collection hearings.

Collection Hearing Details

  • CAP attorneys are dedicated to handling all aspects of your collection hearing and understand their responsibility to your client. All documents and guidelines will be reviewed prior to the hearing.
  • The CAP attorney will appear on your behalf in Court, confer with the debtor/opposing counsel, obtain contact and financial information, and argue the case as instructed. After the hearing, the appearing attorney will obtain a copy of any paperwork needed for future proceedings.
  • At all hearings, the CAP attorney will contact the witness whether they appear in person or via telephone if necessary.  The CAP attorney will attempt to settle only if instructed by the attorney of record and will contact the underlying firm if additional settlement options are presented.

A precise report detailing the hearing is available online the same day of the appearance; a copy is emailed to you as well. Each report includes a complete summary and denotes any future appearances.

collection-hearingsThe following list includes, but is not limited to, the types of collection hearings CAP covers:

  • Status conference
  • Order to Show Cause
  • Case Management
  • All Motions
  • Court/Jury Trial
  • Pre-Trial
  • Mediation
  • Arbitration
  • Proceeding Supplemental
  • Claim of Exemption
  • Debtor’s exam
  • Lack of prosecution
  • Garnishment
  • Notice of Intent to Defend
  • Mandatory Settlement Conference
  • And More!


Don’t see your case on our list? Give us a call at 800.637.6922 and we will be happy to assist you.

All Collection hearings are priced on a flat fee basis and offer the same coverage as Bankruptcy, Criminal and Civil hearings.

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