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Legal Collections Paralegal The candidate will be responsible for: Maintaining AS400 (CTI) by understanding the Accounts Receivable, updating pursuit with clear/concise entries, timely follow-up on accounts, coding all accounts to ensure accurate bad debt reserves and reporting. Knowledge of Leases and all associated documents. Draft all legal documents as necessary for a case. Negotiations with Tenant(s) and/or Tenantâ€™s/Tenantsâ€™ attorneys for resolution to all cases. Maintaining close contact with Leasing and Property Management to assist in negotiations, possession, and to ensure all outstanding balances are addressed. Input deals in SSLE for accessibility within Simon. Ensure the Tenant Access Platform (TAP) is properly updated with documents. Prepare and mail necessary default notices to delinquent Tenants. Initiate the write off of uncollectible amounts in a timely manner. Hiring and directing local counsel for eviction/collection suits and as needed for bankruptcy cases. Preparing and responding to requests from local counsel. Responding to e-mails and phone calls in a timely manner. Handling closed stores within the portfolio as assigned. Conduct UCC searches on equipment left in the premises to determine who owns the equipment/inventory and to contact the owner for removal. Work with Legal Operations, Legal Leasing, and Legal Development as needed. Preparation of Month End reports. Paralegal ensures cases are properly updated. Attend meetings which may include partners, Leasing, Property Management, etc. Other duties as assigned. Paralegal Certificate preferably with collection background or Bachelorâ€™s/Associates Degree in Paralegal studies is essential. 3+ years of bankruptcy or collection legal experience preferred. General accounting prior coursework and/or job experience is essential.
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