NL Member Profile for Bressler-Duyk Law Firm

BresslerBressler-Duyk Law Firm is a father-&-son family operation that has been in business since 1967. Son, David Bressler, joined his father, Marc, in 1993. Working together, they are proud of their multi-faceted firm that serves the debt collection industry—75% commercial, 15% retail, 10% subrogation–as well as clients in transportation, insurance, real estate, estates & wills, civil litigation, business organizations and professional corporations and associations.

Bressler-Duyk focuses on being a “creditors’ rights firm dedicated to the satisfaction of the client creditor.” They have been a member of The National List of Attorneys for 32 years! “Our membership has provided the networking that has resulted in many client friendships, and it has given us the satisfaction of being important to the industry,” Marc Bressler told NL.

Marc received his Juris Doctorate from Seton Hall University Law School in 1967. He is former Assistant Middlesex County Prosecutor, NJ Assistant Deputy Attorney General, and a member of the Probate Chancery Committee, the Supreme Court Ethics Committee and the Real Estate Committee of the Middlesex County Bar.

David received his Juris Doctorate from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 1993. He is a member of the Middlesex County Bar, New Jersey State Bar and the American Bar Associations. He serves on the
Middlesex County Chancery, Real Estate and Municipal Prosecutors Committees. He is also an instructor for the Institute for Continuing Legal Education.

Marc and David are licensed to practice law and collect debt throughout the state of New Jersey in both state and federal courts, and in New York federal courts. Their clients range widely in size. They accept single placements and also service many volume placements. They are able to receive claims electronically. They hold membership in CLLA, IACC, NARCA, and CCA of A. They are active in local charitable and religious organizations.

Marc said, “We have a great deal of loyalty with our forwarders. Many of them have been with us for ‘umpteen’ years. People love us because we’re conscientious & thorough. They especially appreciate the service we give of regularly reporting on the collection status of their accounts. Communication is one of the most important aspects of the attorney-client relationship; it also is needed to gather information in support of the matter at hand.”

When asked why he enjoys his job, Marc said, “Most of our clients are our friends. I enjoy the interplay with them, while representing their interests and making them look good. Our whole staff recognizes that this is a service oriented business. We pride ourselves in knowing our clients and establishing long lasting relationships”

Marc didn’t set out to be in debt collection. “The firm grew into it.” What he finds most challenging about the job is “helping clients obtain the necessary documentation needed to assist in collecting their debt and keeping them advised of all the rules and regulations that affect the process today.”

Marc is married, and he and his wife have three children and seven grandchildren. When he’s not working, he loves to travel, both in the U.S. and internationally. “We have been all over the world. We like to travel and stay with the local population. We don’t stay in luxury hotels.” They like to travel with family whenever they can. Two of their children moved to Florida recently and took five of their grandchildren with them. He sees quite a few trips to Florida in his future. David is married, and he and his wife have two high school boys who spend all their time with their parents on traveling basketball teams.

The National List is pleased and honored to have Bressler – Duyk Law Firm as a 32-year member of our list of esteemed collection attorneys. If you would like to use their services, register your claims through National List so they can be insured, and you can have both teams behind your collection needs.



Categories: Creditors Rights Law Firms, Debt Collection, NL Insider, NL Member Profiles

Tags: , , , ,

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: