Angela Landgaard joined Slepian, Schwartz & Landgaard in 2009. She is currently the... more
Angela Landgaard joined Slepian, Schwartz & Landgaard in 2009. She is currently the head of the Firm’s Domestic litigation and Probate departments, focusing primarily in the areas of Family Law and Probte. In addition to her work as a litigator, appointed by Judge Ann Jackson in 2013, Angela currently serves as the Fayette County Probate Court Co-Conservator and frequently serves as a court app... view profile
My name is William R. Carlisle, Jr., but everyone calls me Billy. I come from a... more
My name is William R. Carlisle, Jr., but everyone calls me Billy. I come from a family of many Georgia lawyers, legislators and judges, and am myself a fourth generation Georgia lawyer. I have been in practice since 1996, and have practiced law almost exclusively in the area of debt collection defense and consumer protection since 2008. I specialize in this area as it is generally underserved a... view profile
Thomas Rosseland represents clients engaged in all areas of business, including... more
Thomas Rosseland represents clients engaged in all areas of business, including heavy equipment financing and leasing companies, retail and wholesale distribution businesses with credit facilities, and importers of high quality and high-value products for the consumer and business markets. These clients are based in and operate on the local, regional, national as well as international level. Ov... view profile
If you are part of a legal case involving debt collection, you may want to hire a debt collection attorney. A lawyer with experience in debt collection can help fight for your rights as a consumer, defending you against a debt collector or creditor. Conversely, if you have successfully sued someone but still haven't been paid, a debt collection lawyer can help you recover money you are owed. Many laws detail consumer protection laws as well as debt collection regulations, requirements, and procedures, and a debt collection attorney can help determine which legal strategies will be most effective in your case. In some cases, debt collection attorneys work for a percentage of the amount owed and only receive payment when you collect your money.