Our Legal Office specialises in providing assistance within the area of debt collection. We have many years of experience in this field, both in negotiation processes as part of pre-court debt collection as well as in litigation and bailiff enforcement activities. Our team provides professional and effective customer service aimed at ensuring timely collection of receivables, while maintaining good terms with debtors.
The RPMS Legal Office’s debt collection offer is primarily addressed to entities conducting business activities for whom amicable settlement of existing claims has been proven ineffective, and to those who are interested in implementing processes ensuring the systematic flow of receivables.
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Upon a thorough verification of each transferred case, a debt collection procedure will be prepared, on the basis of which factual and legal steps will be undertaken with an aim to recover the debt. By referring your case to a specialised Legal Office, you are certain that the actions, undertaken on your behalf, are legal and any legal tools available are being used to effectively recover your debts.
Debt collection conducted by our RPMS Legal Office will increase the degree of trust, improve relations with unreliable contractors and ensure that timely payment of receivables becomes the norm, without involving additional resources. ]p>
What is the cost of debt collection activities conducted by the RPMS Legal Office? The valuation of debt recovery is extremely simple – fill out the form and check on what terms we will recover your debt!
Stage 1 – PRE-LITIGATION RECOVERY
Stage 2 – HARD RECOVERY
It is not a well-known fact that employing specialised entities not only saves time but also money.
Fill out the form, submit your case, and focus on what you are best at.
We are aware that referring a case to a law firm is often the last resort.
When this happens, it is best to receive support from people who specialising in debt recovery and take advantage of all the opportunities provided by the law.
Each debt collection case and every single Client requires an individual approach. Due to our gained experience, we will not only take into account the individual needs and threats resulting from pursuing claims, but also due to our knowledge, we pay attention to elements that have been omitted so far.
We initially verify each submitted case. On the basis of such a free audit, clients receive detailed information about the possibilities, risks and any additional costs.
We do not pursue litigation doomed to fail from the beginning. We respect our Clients’ time and their money.
By entrusting your case to qualified lawyers, you can be sure that professionals with the appropriate experience and background to represent your interests will act on your behalf.
Our statistics show that as much as 73% of final pre-litigation orders for payment, sent by a law firm, are effective.
If this does not happen, we will proceed through each stage until the actual payment is recovered – voluntary or not.
Effective debt collection from a debtor is a complex, often multi-stage process, which aims to obtain repayment of the debt while maintaining good relations with the debtor. The effectiveness of debt recovery depends on the undertaken debt recovery activities, reaction time and the fact whether the order is executed by a debt collection agency or a legal office.
As part of the standard debt collection activities, one can distinguish between amicable proceedings (so-called soft debt collection), where collection activities include orders of payment addressed to the debtor or field activities, and also litigation (so-called hard debt collection, which may eventually end with debt enforcement proceedings conducted by a bailiff.
Effective debt collection should be characterised by the quick recovery of debt, maintaining good relations, as well as generating the lowest possible costs of debt collection activities.
Currently, debt collection activities are often carried out at the debtor’s expense. In case of amicable debt collection activities addressed to a debtor who is an entrepreneur, the creditor may take advantage of additional entitlements in the form of a flat-rate amount of EUR 40 compensation on behalf of the debtor, for having to undertake debt collection activities resulting from the Act on payment periods in commercial transactions.
In practice, debt collection activities are based on granting power of attorney to an attorney (debt collection company), who takes over the entire debt collection process and acts on behalf of the creditor and in their best interest.
Debt exchange is most often the last resort in recovering at least a part of the receivables. Due to the risk, most often transferred onto the entity acquiring the debt, buyout of debt generally implies considerable concessions from the previous creditor. Given the possibility of recovering the entire amount due, together with interest and incidental costs, it is advisable to first use the services of professionals – a legal office specialising in debt recovery – and in this way attempt to collect the outstanding amounts, at the same time shifting the costs of debt collection proceedings onto the debtor.