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At Billings we believe in our mission statement; Engage, Explore, Exceed. We believe our role as your legal advisor is to understand your needs, to provide positive solutions that protect your interests and to ensure we deliver to you the best possible service.
You see, we are not just any old lawyers – we are Your Lawyers ...Your Property Lawyers; Your Business Lawyers; Your Trust Lawyers; Your Employment Lawyers; Your Family Lawyers.
At Billings Lawyers we specialise in Commercial & Corporate Law (including business sales & purchases); Property Law (including house sales & purchases and leases); Trusts, Asset Protection & Elder Law (including Wills, Estates and Retirement Villages); Intellectual Property Law (including Confidentiality Agreement, Trademark Registration, Patent and Copyright Advice); Court Action (including debt recovery); Employment Law; Family Law.
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“Stand and Deliver. Your money or your…Business” - Debt Recovery 101
Recovering business debts may seem like trying to get blood out of a stone. However, while not always easy, it doesn’t have to end up in court. Outlined below are three common ways you can go about getting your money back from a debtor company.
Letter of Demand – Ok, so you’ve been calling and emailing the company about your debt for weeks and want to ‘up the ante’. Step One – Send a letter of demand.
A letter of demand is a useful tool for identifying whether or not the debt is disputed. On receipt of a letter of demand, the debtor company will likely contact you to advise you why the debt has not been paid. You can’t take step two ... »