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Business Debt Recovery Solicitors in Carlisle, Cumbria & Northumberland

Our dedicated Debt Recovery service provides you with specialist, bespoke advice on the most efficient and effective course of action. We can advise you on debts of any value whether they are business to business debts or debts owed by individuals or tenants.

We recognise the importance of instigating a dialogue with the debtor and can negotiate payment plans on your behalf. In the event that stronger action is required we offer a full litigation service. We also offer enforcement services in both the County Court and the High court using whichever enforcement method is best suited to your individual needs. In addition we provide a free credit checking service on limited and non registered companies.

For undefended claims we work on a fixed fee basis and unlike most debt recovery call centres the fee is the same no matter what the value of the debt providing you with clear pricing from the outset. This means you can be assured that you will receive the same high standard of service regardless of how much is owed to you.

From start to finish our dedicated debt recovery service will provide you with realistic and clear advice. We strive to provide a competitive and results driven service whilst also maintaining a close working relationship with you.

Our specialist Debt Recovery service provides:

  • Full litigation & enforcement service
  • Free debtor company credit checking
  • Free insolvency checking service
  • Fixed fee package *

*Conditions apply

Business debt recovery of unpaid invoices

Cash-flow is important to all businesses.  A large proportion of that cash-flow comes from getting paid properly and in a timely fashion from individual consumers/customers or businesses who have received a service from you.

Cartmell Shepherd offers a transparent solution for recovery of debts from unpaid invoices.  Our debt recovery specialist, Carly Davies, works within our specialist Dispute Resolution team and is your main point of contact. Carly has over 15 years’ experience in this area of law and handles all of our debt recovery cases, including business-to-business debts and debts owed by individuals. She offers a full litigation service including advising on enforcement procedures, insolvency and bankruptcy.

Recovering debts from unpaid invoices can follow a straightforward process.  Please note that this process only applies to the recovery of unpaid invoices where no dispute has previously been raised.  If a claim is defended on substantive grounds, or you have some other contractual basis for a claim, please contact us and we will provide you with an estimate of what work may be required and what the likely estimated costs will be.

Please click on the link below for an explanation of each stage of the process and our fixed-fee costs.

Business debt recovery of unpaid invoices stages of the process and our costs

We’ve also prepared a flow-chart of the whole process that you can access by clicking here.

Business debt recovery of unpaid invoices process flowchart

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