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Greater Vancouver Lawyers: Creditors' Remedies & Business Disputes

When a debtor defaults on a loan or fails to make timely payments for goods or services supplied, the creditor may take action in an attempt to recover the money owed. The collection strategies available to the creditor depend on the security the creditor has or the financial status of the creditor. At Goodwin & Mark LLP, we advise people and businesses, both creditors and debtors, about their rights and remedies.

Lower Mainland Commercial Collections Lawyers

At Goodwin & Mark LLP, we can act for parties on either side of a creditor-debtor dispute, but we typically work on behalf of creditors. Our commercial collections experience spans a wide range of issues, including representation of creditors in repossession and foreclosure proceedings. The firm's clients include banks and other lenders, as well as providers of services and goods such as retailers, construction companies, car dealerships and car leasing companies. If you require representation in the area of creditors' remedies, our Greater Vancouver lawyers are prepared to assist you.

Business Disputes

A wide range of disagreements can arise between two businesses or between customers and businesses. Often, money is owed to one party or there is an infringement of a party's rights. Our lawyers can represent clients involved in all kinds of business disputes, including those over the following matters:

Call Goodwin & Mark LLP at 778-727-0128 to discuss your needs with a member of our legal team. To email us, please complete our online form and we will be in touch with you promptly.

Office Location

Goodwin & Mark LLP
Barristers and Solicitors

#217 - 713 Columbia Street
New Westminster, BC 
V3M 1B2

648 Sixth Street
New Westminster, BC
V3L 3C3
[By appointment only: ]

Toll Free: 800-414-5097
Local: 778-727-0128
Fax: 604-526-8044

Our office is easily accessible by car and public transit. We are located one block from the New Westminster SkyTrain Station.

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