Debt Recovery Solicitors
Unpaid debts can be harmful to your business and take your focus off your core responsibilities. We can help you by providing professional advice, corresponding with the debtor on your behalf and progressing your case through the courts if required.
We aim to make the process clear and simple for you, so you can carry on with what you do best instead of dealing with the debt. Our specialist team provides expert legal advice in different languages to help clients with a wide variety of legal matters.
How much will I pay for debt recovery advice?
The cost depends on the nature of the debt (or debts) you are owed. We will charge for letters sent on your behalf, which is typically a significant part of our fees. Something as simple as a letter from a solicitor is often enough to spur a stubborn debtor into action and proves that you will not give up easily on the debt.
You may also need to pay court fees if the case goes to court. These fees are beyond our control and vary based on the amount of the debt. They are usually very affordable though and represent only a small percentage of the outstanding debt.
How long does debt recovery take?
This too depends on the amount outstanding, as well as the finances and attitude of the debtor. We will look to gain their cooperation in settling the claim quickly and amicably. This could not only benefit you, but also cost them less in the long-term. Avoiding court action could help keep costs down and save time for all parties.
If a case does go to court, it can take as much as 9-18 months to settle. If the debtor fails to pay and court action becomes necessary, we can usually give you an estimate of timescales as well as costs.
How do I get advice for debt recovery?
Call us on 0208 1111 911 or contact us through the website and we’ll discuss your circumstances with you. The call is free and there are no upfront fees. We’ll explain the best course of action and the likely fees to you, before you need to make a decision about instructing us to work with you.