Debt Recovery Legal Executive strengthens Sills & Betteridge’s Commercial Law department
Sills & Betteridge Solicitors have added a debt recovery legal executive to their Commercial Law team based at the firm’s Lincoln office.
Debt Recovery Chartered Legal Executive Madeline Broddley has more than 30 years’ experience in national and international debt recovery and insolvency, said Sills & Betteridge in a statement.
She has represented local government, national and international banks, builders’ merchants, energy and utility providers – and specialises in the enforcement of charging orders by way of applying for orders for sale and the realisation of legal, equitable and statutory charges, as well as possession actions such as mortgage possession.
She also has experience in the recovery of overpaid benefits, benefit fraud, bankruptcy and foreign process - which may involve the recovery of a debt by seizing assets located abroad – and can also give advice on credit control and how to avoid bad debt.
She will work across all the firm’s offices from her base at the Lincoln office.
“I take great pride in looking after my clients’ interests and recovering money owed to them,” said Madeline Broddley.
“I have acquired a vast wealth of experience over the years, enabling me to deal with most situations confronting clients. I look forward to being able to continue providing and further developing my dedicated service to clients, supported by Sills & Betteridge - who add to the expertise I am able to offer.”
Head of Commercial Litigation at Sills & Betteridge, Karen Bower Brown, added:
“I am so pleased that Madeline has decided to join our commercial litigation team. I have no doubt that her skills and expertise will be hugely beneficial to our clients - and will complement the services we already provide to clients in the department and the wider firm.”
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