Access Capital Services teams with Coleman & Horowitt, LPP to strengthen collections litigation resources

Fresno, CA – Access Capital Services, Inc. (ACS) has teamed with Coleman & Horowitt, LLP and will be working with Sheryl D. Noel, to represent ACS through its recovery litigation process. She comes with a wealth of experience in Business Litigation, Construction Litigation, Commercial Collections, Transactions, Estate and Wills.

Sheryl Noel joined Coleman & Horowitt, LLP in 1999. Prior to joining the firm she was anaccountant with the national accounting firm of Deloitte & Touche, and the Fresno accounting firm of Baker, Peterson & Franklin. Sheryl is part of Coleman & Horowitt, LLP’s litigation department and head of the firm’s collections department. She has tried numerous trials and has also served as lead counsel in numerous mediations and arbitrations. She represents clients in businesses and financial institutions in commercial and consumer collections (secured and unsecured), commercial, real estate, business and construction defect litigation, business and real estate transactions, wills and trusts, creditor representation in bankruptcy and represents financial institutions. Coleman & Horowitt, LLP website Eric Esparza, President of Access Capital Services said, “Sheryl’s wealth of experience has made her a key litigator in the Collection Industry and will be a valuable part of our recovery strategy.”

About Access Capital Services, Inc. Access Capital Services (ACS) is a leading full-service collection agency with a proven track record of successful debt recoveries. ACS leverages state-of- the-art technology and comprehensive collection practices to accomplish this success for our clients. We pride ourselves on recruiting performance-driven Collectors and providing them with the training, coaching, technology tools and management oversight that ensures success. We team with several top-notch Law Firms so if legal action is required, we can virtually guarantee recoveries through the Court system (liens and garnishments).