Debt collection services combined with legal expertise to help you recover unpaid debts efficiently and cost-effectively
When your business is owed money, it is important to act quickly to increase your chances of successfully recovering what is rightfully yours. At Bray & Bray, our debt recovery experts work hard to recover unpaid debts as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible.
We work with organisations of all sizes (from small enterprises to large corporate entities), across a range of sectors to provide the best debt collection services combined with legal expertise.
Our approach to debt recovery
Our team will review your contracts, policies and procedures and work closely with your credit control or finance team to gain a thorough understanding of your organisation and how you work. We then advise on the most suitable solutions and support you through the debt recovery process.
When recovering debts we always make every effort to avoid formal legal action and court proceedings (where possible). However, sometimes this proves necessary and our team are well versed in what that entails.
We can approach your work in a number of different ways; for example, we can offer fixed fee arrangements, reduced hourly rates and no-win, no-fee depending on the circumstances and the nature of your instructions. Please call and speak to our dispute resolution team so we can discuss the best possible option for you and your business.
Our debt recovery services
As well as general debt recovery advice on compliance, processes, credit control and credit management, we can also assist with:
- Initial collection – letters before action and telephone collection
- Negotiation and mediation
- Payment arrangements
- Formal legal proceedings – County Court or insolvency proceedings
- Enforcement of Judgments
- Dealing with insolvent debtors
To speak with one of our specialist dispute resolution solicitors, please call 0116 254 8871 or alternatively you can click the contact us button and email your enquiry using the contact form.
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