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T. Chappell Aldridge
Charter Member
Collections Law

1630 King St, Alexandria, VA 22314, USA


Kirk E. Brumbaugh
Charter Member
Collections Law

14211 Arbor Street, Suite 100, Omaha, NE 68144


Born in Nebraska, Mr. Brumbaugh attended Creighton University where he earned his Juris Doctorate degree in 1982. He is admitted to the Nebraska State and U.S. District Court, District of Nebraska as well as the Iowa State and U.S. District Court, Northern and Southern Districts, the U.S. Army Court of Military Review and the United States Circuit Court of Appeals, 8th Circuit. Mr. Brumbaugh’s areas of practice include Creditors Rights, Business Law, Collection Law and Civil Litigation. Mr. Brumbaugh is affiliated with various professional memberships including the Nebraska State Bar Association, the Iowa State Bar Association, the United States Army Reserve, Pi Kappa Delta and Phi Alpha Delta.

Kathleen M. Ferri
Charter Member
Collections Law

PO Box 31776, Charleston, SC 29417


A native Charlestonian, Kathleen is a graduate of Furman University and earned her Juris Doctor from Regent University School of Law in Virginia. While in law school she clerked for the Solicitor's Office of the Ninth Judicial Circuit. She began practicing law in Charleston, South Carolina in 1993, and in1996 began practicing family law as an associate with Vincent and Bostic, LLP, which later became The Vincent Law Firm, LLC. During this time, she co-hosted a weekly radio show, "Legally Speaking" with attorney Curtis Bostic. After her mentor Thad Vincent retired from the practice of law, Kathleen started her own firm in 2007. Kathleen is known for her down-to-earth manner, and her ability to "tell it like it is." She is sought after for her wisdom and ability to cut through the emotion to get to the really important issues of a case. She is tireless in her advocacy, and other attorneys know that when she appears in court, she has done her homework and is there to win. Her preparation helps her to settle many cases prior to even going to court. Kathleen’s varied experience in numerous areas of the law is widely recognized as an asset by her peers, and other attorneys often seek her advice.

Mary Ellen Flynn
Charter Member
Collections Law

8601 Georgia Avenue, Suite 206, Silver Spring, MD 20910


I represent professionals and businesses in the areas of Collections and Judgment Enforcement and this includes collecting their accounts receivables, obtaining judgments, and enforcing those judgments through means such as wage garnishments, bank garnishments, sheriff sales of real property and personal property and executing other types of liens. My largest referral source is my clients, past and present. I have a reputation for being aggressive, effective, and thorough, without ever forgetting that I am serving my clients’ needs and goals first and foremost. I believe that my job is not only to be an excellent advocate for my clients, but also to educate and inform them so that they are empowered to make important decisions in collecting their accounts receivables and in their personal and professional lives. Whether I am representing a client in highly-contested litigation or resolving a debt without filing in court, my primary goals are to collect my client’s accounts receivables in the most efficient and effective manner. I always provide my clients with a clear understanding of how the law applies to his/her particular situation, to keep my client advised of the current status and next steps in the case process, and to obtain the best results for my client.

Jennifer Heath
Charter Member
Collections Law

2910 N Jefferson St., Unit C, Tampa, FL 33602