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The Single Solution for
Every Single Creditor

Legal &
Collection Services

Local &
Nationwide Representation

End-to-End Solutions

We're your single point of contact, for all your recovery needs

About Our Firm

What makes Weltman
the go-to solution?

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An 89-year history of leadership and pioneering.

Since 1930, we've provided our clients with the kind of leadership that stands out in our industry. And we have the pioneers to prove it.

Bob Weltman
Senior Shareholder
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A reputation for doing the right thing.

There's a reason we put our faces out there - we stand behind our work with the highest legal, ethical, and moral standards.
Brady Lighthall
Managing Shareholder, Real Estate Default
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Strict compliance
is our default approach.

We want predictable results as much as you do.
That's why we are always building upon our firm's policies and procedures to help ensure strict compliance with all federal and state laws and regulations.
Eileen Bitterman
Shareholder & Compliance Officer
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Your data is secure in our high-tech hands.

We put your safety first. With the latest technology to safeguard your data, consolidated account access, and real-time reporting, you can count on our security.
Keith Fisher
Associate Director of Information Technology
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We don't just pay
lip service to client service.

We're dedicated to our clients. Because at the end of the day, your brand image is our brand image, and we'll fight to protect your reputation.
Lindsey Newton
Client Audit Supervisor
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News / 2 December 2019

Weltman Grows Creditors' Rights Practice With Opening of Louisville Office

Weltman is excited to announce the opening of its Louisville, Kentucky office. The office is located at 4360 Brownsboro Road, Unit 315 in the Summit II office space in Crescent Hill. This is the firm's 9th office nationally, and the first in Kentucky.
Insights / 22 November 2019

Understanding The Bank Secrecy Act

If you work at a credit union or financial institution, you're no stranger to The Bank Secrecy Act (BSA). But, do you understand the importance of adhering to the legislation and the consequences of failing to do so? Congress passed the Bank Secrecy Act in 1970 as an attempt to detect and fight money laundering.

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