By norlinglaw

It can be very frustrating when you provide goods or services and the debtor company doesn’t pay.

Perhaps they can’t pay. Perhaps they won’t pay.

But you have provided the goods and services and the debt is due and there is no dispute.

Here, we discuss the #1 strategy to get paid from a debtor company.

We discuss the actions that are needed to dramatically increase your chances of getting paid and also the crucial time that you must be radio silent to ensure you get the leverage you will need.

At Norling Law, we use these strategies frequently to put our clients in the most advantageous position when it comes to the collection of amounts owing to them.

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