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“The National Creditors Bar Association (NARCA) is a trade association dedicated to serving law firms engaged in the practice of creditors rights law.”
Creditors rights attorneys in 594 law firms and other creditors rights practices.
Over 3,000 attorneys in 50 states, Canada and Puerto Rico
95%+ of firms considered law firm small businesses under the Small Business Administration (SBA) classification 1
52% of firms with 25 employees or less
53% practice creditors right law in multi-state jurisdictions
27% are woman- and minority-owned law firms
75% are members of their State Creditor Bar Association
19 creditors rights practice groups including:
Type and % of firms practicing
Commercial Collections 73%
Credit Cards 73%
Judgment Enforcement 71%
Auto Loans 61%
Contracts - General 58%
Credit Unions 60%
Medical Bills 52%
Student Loans 45%
Liens/Mechanic’s Liens 38%
Insurance Subrogation 30%
FDCPA Defense 24%
Family Support 9%
Why Use NARCA Attorneys?
NARCA law firms secure the bond of trust between consumer and creditor by enforcing legal debt obligations. Debt delinquency can increase consumer prices and loan rates, eliminate jobs, and constrict profitable operations.
Collection lawyers are experienced professionals. Collection attorneys work as partners with creditor clients to attain and enforce legal judgments and, just as important, help consumers maintain the privileges associated with positive credit.
Creditors rights attorneys can attain and enforce legal judgments. NARCA members not only represent their clients as vigorous advocates in court, they also work collaboratively with judges, court representatives, and lawmakers to help ensure consumer protections are balanced with legal creditor rights.
In addition to local, state, and federal laws, State Bar Association licensing and certification, NARCA attorney members are required to adhere to the NARCA Code of Professional Conduct and Ethics.
1. SBA definition of law firm small business (Under $11 million in gross revenues)