At what stage in the Debt Recovery process should I involve a solicitor?
Some individuals will delay payment of invoices, or avoid paying them completely, which can seriously affect your cash flow and threaten your business.
When you have used all your own credit control procedures but are still struggling to recover the debt owed to you, you can employ a solicitor to take legal action to recover the money owed to your business, including additional interest and expenses.
The best approach is to involve us at the beginning of the process. We can check your cash-flow procedures and help to ensure those processes are effective.
What action will JWK Solicitors take to recover my debts?
There are several different ways that JWK Solicitors can help you to recover your debts. We will discuss the best and most cost-effective course of action options available to you.
What Debt Recovery services do JWK Solicitors provide?
We offer a range of services to help businesses avoid and recover debt owed to them. These include:
- Credit checks
- Highly automated debt collection service
- Contract drafting
- Retention of title clauses
- Payment collection service
- Litigation team of fully qualified solicitors
How much will it cost for me to make a claim?
We offer a range of funding options to help you pay for the cost of your claim, including ‘No Win – No Fee’ arrangements.
Speak to one of our team to get full details on the scheme and find out if you are eligible, or visit the Funding section of our website to find out more.
JWK can help you. Get in touch today
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