The final warning ...
A Letter of Claim is a formal letter to your debtor requesting payment of the debt to be made within a set deadline.
Letter of Claim - Issuing a final written demand
A Letter of Claim is sent to a debtor as a final warning, requesting that payment of a debt is made otherwise legal action will commence. Ordinarily it is enough to obtain payment, or to re-establish negotiation if there has been a disagreement that has not been resolved.
Issuing a Letter of Claim
In order for us to draft and send a letter of claim, we simply require information on the debtor, their business and the debt itself that is in question, including amounts and the deadlines for payment. Once we have this information we can also calculate any interest payments that you are lawfully owed and add it to the debt.
We offer two ways for this process to be managed, we either write the letter instructing the debtor to contact you, or if you prefer, we can manage the entire process for you, issuing the letter and directly conducting negotiations with the debtor on your behalf until we secure an agreement for payment.
If the debt is still not paid by the deadline given, the next step in recovering the amount owed is to issue Court proceedings.
Talk to our Debt Recovery Team
Bad payers can quickly damage your business and take focus away from important tasks. We concentrate on delivering a professional and efficient service for the recovery of your debts that takes as little of your time as possible. You can speak with a specialist solicitor at our Northampton Office on 01604 82 82 82 or 01908 66 09 66 for our Milton Keynes office. Alternatively contact us online here.
- Disputed Claims and Counterclaims
- Letter of Claim
- Witnesses and Evidence
- Court Tracks
- Disclosure of Evidence
- Service of Claim on the Debtor
- Directions Questionnaire
- Obtaining Information from Debtors
- Execution against Goods
- Entering Judgment
- Third Party Debt Order
- Attachment of Earnings
- Charging Order
- Bankruptcy and Winding Up