Unpaid invoices can be problematic for businesses, from affecting cash flow to creating additional overheads, affecting your ability to pay your staff or suppliers. Debt recovery problems can have the potential to damage your business in both the short and long term.
Our team of Debt Recovery Solicitors focus on recovering what is owed to you. Where necessary, we try to maintain the delicate balance between being forceful enough to encourage payment while preserving ongoing business and customer relationships.
If you find your company facing debt recovery problems, seek legal advice as soon as possible. This allows our Debt Recovery Solicitors to promptly start the debt recovery process to ensure payment delays will not affect your cash flow or ability to operate.
Our Debt Recovery Solicitors will help assess your matter to determine what your chances of success will be.
We have substantial experience in a variety of debt recovery methods, including:
- Enforcement proceedings.
- Issue of County Court claims.
- Issue of Statutory Demands.
- Letters before action.
- Settlement discussions.
- Winding-up proceedings.
We will deliver you a bespoke debt recovery solution tailored to meet the circumstances of the debt.
If you have a business relationship with the person who owes you money, you may wish to collect what you are owed whilst avoiding any fallout, so that you can continue to maintain a working relationship in the future.
Our team are experts can negotiate with the debtor on your behalf, helping you to avoid any discomfort, and will focus on recovering any unpaid invoices, whilst maintaining an amicable relationship.
County Court Judgment Proceedings
A County Court judgment (CCJ) is a Court order instructing a debtor to pay the money owed to a creditor. It is one of the actions a creditor can take as part of the debt collection process. If you are considering applying to a Court for a CCJ we can provide you with our advice and expertise.
After obtaining a CCJ, enforcement action may be necessary by ordering County court bailiffs or High Court Enforcement Officers to enter the debtor’s premises where they will then be permitted to recover goods to the value of the debt.
Our team of Debt Recovery Solicitors will be on hand to advise on the best enforcement options after your judgment, which can include recovery of goods that can later be sold at auction.
Where possible we will offer a fixed fee, so you will know what the costs are from the start. For more complex or uncertain projects, we will provide you with an estimate of the likely fees involved and keep you updated throughout the matter.
How to get in contact
Our Debt Recovery Solicitors are on hand to provide expert advice and assist you wherever you are based. Please call us for a no-obligation, initial discussion on 01256 460830 or email [email protected].
Our offices are based in Basingstoke and we assist clients across the country.
We aim to keep legal jargon to a minimum and guide you through the process in a manner that is easy to understand.
Our highly-skilled solicitors offer tailored, strategic solutions to even the most complex matters, ensuring you receive the guidance and support you need.
We will be by your side throughout every stage of the process and will provide you with regular updates and advice along the way.
We communicate thoroughly with you from the outset to ensure that we fully understand your individual needs. This allows us to accurately quote for your matter leaving you without any unexpected surprises and fees further down the line.
We provide our clients with a concise and transparent breakdown of costs from the outset of the matter and throughout any subsequent stages. This enables you to build faith and trust in us early on to form a lasting relationship.
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