— Attorney Joe Perry Redd

Federal Judgment Collections Law Firm, Atlanta, Georgia

Federal Judgment Collections Attorney in Georgia

You went to court and won your case. You then obtained a judgment against the person who owes you money. Now what?

At Reddlaw, we collect judgments made at the federal level. These judgments can be from any civil case that resulted in monetary recovery. These include judgments from any federal court, regardless of the state the federal court is located in.

As a lawyer licensed in state and federal court, Joe Perry Redd has the legal tools to collect a judgment; tools which are not available to the original creditor or a collection agency. He can handle all aspects of your creditor legal problems, including litigation if necessary. He is also an active member of the State Bar of Georgia and the Federal Bar Association.

We accept cases from a minimum amount owed of $3,000.

Please note that we cannot and do not do collections for residential rent nor Georgia magistrate court judgments, regardless of the amount.

How We Do What We Do

Reddlaw has the capability to do in-house skip tracing with full access to credit bureau files as well as other services used to locate debtors and their assets.

As outside sources are sometimes needed, we maintain relationships with excellent national tracing and asset location services. We will only use these with permission of you, the client. We will not incur expenses over $50 without your prior approval.

If you are owed money by customers or clients, we can help. Since 1980, attorney Joe Perry Redd and the Reddlaw team have helped clients in metro Atlanta and throughout Georgia recover the money they are owed. Call our metro Atlanta office at 888-826-0106, contact us online or send your files over by fax to 770-978-2994.

Since we handle most collections on a contingency fee* basis, we do not get paid until you get paid. We do not require a retainer or minimum fees and get paid once the debtor pays.


*"Contingent attorney's fees" refers only to those fees charged by attorneys for their legal services. Such fees are not permitted in all types of cases, but are generally permitted in collection cases. Court costs and other additional expenses of legal action must be paid by the client. We will not incur expenses over $50 without your prior approval.