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[ATLANTA, GA | THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10] Padgett Law Group (PLG), a leading creditors' rights law firm, today announced its expansion of service to include the state of Indiana effective January 1, 2021. The expansion builds on PLG’s existing operations in Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Arkansas, Texas, and Ohio. The firm also offers national bankruptcy, replevin, and business purpose loan services to its mortgage servicing, investor, banking, credit union, and other financial services industry clients.
Indiana operations, like all PLG states of practice, will be on CaseAware, the firm’s system of record, and be supported by the firm’s Executive Directors of Default Operations and Bankruptcy Operations; Marketing and Business Development; Financial Operations; and all other firm-wide operational and support services, structures, and technology.
“Throughout 2020, the leadership team across Padgett Law Group has been diligently focused on how the firm exits the pandemic and the value-adds we can bring our clients as the industry returns to normal operations in 2021. This expansion of service and growth in Indiana positions us for a strong start to the new year. We welcome the new Indiana team to the PLG family and we look forward to integrating them into our culture, growing our client base, and improving the quality and breadth of service we provide,” said Chief Development Officer Robyn Padgett.
An updated contact matrix including new Indiana contacts will be distributed to existing PLG clients and those of Jennifer Fitzwater, Esq. prior to PLG’s Indiana expansion on January 1, 2021. To onboard Padgett Law Group or explore the firm’s other state or national services, contact firstname.lastname@example.org today to discuss opportunities to partner.
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