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The first step in enforcing debt is to write a letter to the debtor laying out the full amount informing them of impending legal action should they fail to pay. If you need help enforcing a debt call us on 0141 248 3456.

Writing to Debtors

Before raising legal action, you should write to the debtor informing them of the outstanding balance (it may be that the failure to pay is a result of an oversight, rather than a desire to withhold payment) and notifying them of impending legal action. Most debtors pay at this stage.

You should set a deadline in the letter, at the expiry of which, court action will be commenced. If no response is forthcoming, you can raise a small claims action (if the debt is below £5000) or contact us for advice.

If you would like to initiate debt recovery proceedings, or you would like a letter before action drafted, we can help.

Contact one of the best Debt Recovery Solicitors in Glasgow, David Doig

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