Frequently Asked Questions About International Debt Recovery
Highly experienced international debt recovery attorney explains the process
At the Law Offices of Charles H. Camp, P.C., Mr. Camp focuses his practice on resolving disputes where other attorneys give up — the collection of international money judgments and arbitral awards. Often when attorneys obtain judgments in court or awards in arbitration, they do not know how to find and collect the assets to satisfy them. In these cases, Mr. Camp steps in, utilizing his significant legal expertise and network of contacts to locate assets and recover debts.
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Yes. Mr. Camp has previously frozen and collected significant sums of money located outside the United States by obtaining turnover orders against foreign banks with branches in the United States. For more information on tracking down and recovering assets, please see International Asset Location and International Debt Recovery.
Yes. Mr. Camp previously obtained an order requiring the People's Republic of China to appear before a United States Magistrate for a judgment debtor examination. That order also required China to produce numerous documents to Mr. Camp and his client, disclosing all of its commercial interests in the United States. To learn more about this case, please see the firm news.
A unique practice dedicated to international debt recovery
Few, if any, international law attorneys devote their legal practice to tracing assets and recovering debts internationally as Charles H. Camp does. To learn more about debt recovery cases, see his clients, or for personalized debt recovery services, contact the Law Offices of Charles H. Camp, P.C. today via email or call 202.457.7786 or 301.461.0283.