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Stephen B. Gebeloff, P.A. is committed to providing our business and individual commercial collection clients with the legal advice and representation they need, combined with the efficiency and personal attention they deserve to maximize collection of outstanding accounts receivables. No matter what your industry, we can help with your collections. We represent clients with their commercial debt collection needs in all industries, including: Manufacturing, Sales, Construction, Heavy Equipment, Service, Insurance, Technology, Leasing, and many more.

As a small collection firm, we are able to work one-on-one with you to identify the collection services that will best help you resolve your particular collection needs. We work hard to provide custom-tailored commercial collection services that are designed to help you achieve your collection goals.

 The last call a debtor wants is from a collection attorney’s office.  The debtor knows that he can no longer ignore collection attempts.    Our office  lets the debtor know that if an amicable resolution is not reached quickly and efficiently  that our office will utilize all legal theories available to collect our clients’ past due accounts.  Our commercial collection attorneys will remind the debtor of the ramifications a lawsuit may involve, such as, depositions, liens, writs of execution and the waste of time and money spent on their own attorney's hourly billings.

Our firm Specializes in commercial collections. The fact that a debtor may no longer be in business does not mean the end of collection efforts. Where other attorneys or collection agencies may give up their collection efforts, our collection attorneys look for alternative legal theories to collect our clients’ money.

Call or e-mail us today to discuss your particular commercial collection needs.


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Call us to discuss your Florida Collection matters with  Stephen Gebeloff, Esq. a Florida Collection Attorney. Mr. Gebeloff will tailor a  Florida Collection Strategy that is just right for you. If you have collection matters in other jurisdictions, Mr. Gebeloff will be able to assist you in helping you choose the proper collection professional  for your  collection accounts outside of Florida.

Mr. Gebeloff is an experienced litigator whose primary areas of practice are commercial law, creditors’ rights and construction law. He has represented clients from the banking, insurance, advertising, manufacturing, transportation, leasing, telecommunications and service industries. He has extensive experience prosecuting officers, directors and members of entities for fraudulent transfers of assets. He has represented developers, property owners, contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers and design professionals in all facets of construction law.

Our collection practice is state-wide and national. We conduct collection campaigns from the initial demand letter through enforcement of judgments.  We offer contingency collection and hourly fee schedules to suit your collection department’s specific needs.  Debtors can be contacted throughout the USA by way of our established network of collection attorneys.
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Should you choose to engage this firm to represent you or your company in any matter, we will forward to your attention a claim authorization/retainer agreement allowing this firm to represent your interests in any matter and explaining all terms and conditions of the representation. Before we can proceed with any claim on your behalf, we must receive the claim authorization form mentioned above and you may be required to forward to us, any additional paperwork or information necessary to effectuate your claim. The Rules Regulating The Florida Bar [4-1.5(f)(2)] require that contingent fee agreement must be signed.