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Demand Letters

What is a Demand Letter?

A demand letter is something which is commonly used by individuals or companies to recover outstanding debts. You may have tried unsuccessfully to send your own credit control or demand letter however, the most effective way to collect an unpaid debt is to have a solicitors’ demand letter sent to your Debtor. Our Litigation Team draft hard hitting bespoke letters that and very good at collecting unpaid invoices.

Letters Before Action

At CSB Solicitors, we specialise in all types of letters before action and have a significant track record of recovering unpaid debts for our clients.

    • Where your own credit control letters may have failed, our bespoke demand letters may provide the answer to recover monies owed, without the need to commence legal proceedings.
    • An effective letter before action is crucial when trying to chase outstanding debts.

Why choose CSB Solicitors?

At CSB Solicitors we can advise individuals or companies who are seeking to recover an unpaid debt as well as individuals or companies that have received a demand letter themselves. We can advise you on whether the debt collection letter is open to challenge.

A well written legal demand letter can make a huge difference when collecting any unpaid debts or invoices might be owed to you. At CSB Solicitors our Litigation Team can help advise on any debt related matters with a view to putting you back in funds without the need for legal proceedings.

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