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Confidence In Government Debt Collection

Delev & Associates has over 20 years of experience in collecting on government debt. Representing state and local governments, as well as foreign governments in collecting debt in the United States, Greg Delev has been serving as special counsel to the Ohio attorney general since 1994.

As special counsel, Delev & Associates, LLC, provides legal representation to a myriad of state agencies, departments, entities, colleges, universities, retirement systems, boards and commissions in civil actions, relative to the collection of public monies due the state.

In his role as special counsel, Greg has been involved in numerous complex civil actions, including injunctions and restraining orders, appointment of receivers, fraud, probate and estate recoveries, liquidations, attachments, charging orders and bankruptcy matters involving multimillion-dollar claims and recoveries.

Many of the matters he has handled for the state of Ohio have involved multinational corporations, publicly traded corporations, private equity funds, small and medium-sized companies as well as individuals from all walks of life. All our collection practices conform with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).

Contact An Experienced Government Collections Lawyer Serving Ohio

Delev & Associates, LLC, is committed to answering and returning phone calls promptly, listening carefully to clients’ questions and addressing concerns in a timely manner. We offer initial consultations with no fees charged and no further obligation.

Contact us by phone at 800-593-8453 or 513-277-0816, or by email to make an appointment with an attorney about any government collections matters, including creditors’ rights in bankruptcy, post-judgment collections and foreign judgments.

From offices located in Cincinnati, the law office of Delev & Associates, LLC, handles government collections cases throughout Ohio.


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