Thereafter we work with High Court Enforcement Officers and others, to make it possible for you to collect your debts as quickly and efficiently as possible.
We appreciate that funding can often be an obstacle to collecting debts, which is why we operate on a fixed fee basis and can also collect book debts on a contingency basis without any upfront cost to you.
As part of the Alliott Group, an international network of law and accountancy firms, we are able to deal with debt recovery outside the UK.
If a debt is disputed, we draw on our extensive experience in dispute resolution to advise on the next steps and the costs involved.
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