Accounts Receivable Collection
At Kind & Dashoff, LLC, we understand how important it is for your business to collect your accounts receivables. We use many legal tools to collect the money that is owed to you. Accounts receivables are amounts owed to a business by its customer. It is important for a business to carefully monitor and manage its accounts receivables to avoid cash flow problems. When your accounts receivables start to age, it is time to call in a professional to help you manage the process. The Law Offices of Kind & Dashoff, LLC specialize in all areas of debt collection in Washington, DC and the entire state of Maryland, including accounts receivable collection.
Kind & Dashoff, LLC Accounts Receivable Collection Process
When you send your accounts receivable claim to us, we perform a thorough analysis of the facts of the case. We then conclude whether there is sufficient documentation to proceed with the collection process. Once this step is complete, we send out a demand letter to the debtor and a letter to you acknowledging the receipt of your claim. Sometimes, we make one or several collection calls to your debtor. Most of the time, we will give your debtor one last opportunity to pay the money that is owed to you before we begin to take legal action.
If a debtor does not respond to the initial demand letter and/or phone call, the Law Offices of Kind & Dashoff, LLC may recommend filing suit. Once we obtain a judgment, we perform searches to find such things as the place of employment of the debtor, any bank accounts owned by the debtor, real and personal property owned by the debtor, etc.
We then file the appropriate paperwork to collect money through:
- wage garnishments
- bank account attachments
- real property liens
We work hard to collect your money so you will get paid. We will pursue any or all of the legal remedies to get your money. Also, we always move quickly and aggressively to collect the money owed to you. Additionally, we inform you at every step of the process. We always follow and adhere to all of the rules and regulations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. Contact us at any time at firstname.lastname@example.org.