If you have a problem collecting money owed to you, we have the expertise to help.
We will pursue your debts as quickly as possible in a cost-effective way, combining our knowledge and experience with our specialist case management software.
Very often, we find that a letter from a solicitor and the threat of legal action is enough to encourage a debtor to pay.
If the debtor does not pay the debt quickly, we will consult you on how far to pursue it and whether to litigate. If a court order is obtained and the debtor still fails to pay, we will enforce payment by the most appropriate means. Throughout the process, we will keep you informed of progress.
In some severe cases of commercial debt it may be appropriate to consider winding-up proceedings but we will always discuss these options with you and assist you in making a decision as to the most appropriate course of action, having regard to the specific.
We offer an initial fixed-fee appointment followed up with a detailed advice letter, to assist you in establishing the merits of your case and to provide you with a suggested course of action.
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