Launching legal proceedings
Before you start legal proceedings, it is wise to estimate whether you have a strong case. Of course we can help you with that. We can then do a Credit Check with your customer to find out whether the financial position is good enough to pay your invoice.
Tip: is there no payment for your invoice? After payment reminders and a reminder, it is best to start a debt collection process. You can sign up online and upload your invoice, so you can get started in minutes. You can start the legal procedure if the debt collection does not work.
What does legal proceedings cost?
You are conducting a lawsuit, so there are costs involved. For example, you can think of costs for:
- Court fee
- Agent’s salary
- Preparing and issuing the subpoena
- The verdict
- The bailiff during the execution process
We understand that you would like to know in advance where you stand. In some cases, we can indicate exactly what the costs will be based on an all-in rate. In other cases, we estimate these for you as well as possible, by indicating what you should take into account.
Tip: is it a claim that has never been defended? If the debtor has not indicated that the claim is unjustified, you can use our reduced all-in rate. You then pay a fixed price, so you will not be faced with surprises.
Guidance during legal proceedings
Of course we can assist you personally during legal proceedings. Our lawyers have years of experience with judicial collection and filing for bankruptcy, so that we can support you exactly where you need it.
You can also continue to use our online web portal. This means that you have insight into your file 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. There you will find the latest state of affairs and progress, to indicate exactly how far we are and what the next step is.
During the procedure you can count on the following guidance:
Assessment and advice on whether the process is worthwhile
Support involved from drawing up the summons to assigning the judgment
Monitoring the execution process after the judgment
During judicial collection, we are of course available for questions and we can help you with challenges that you face. That way you know for sure that you are not alone. Together we maximize the chance of collecting your invoice, something that we can ultimately enforce in court.
Do you have any questions?
Do you want to start right away or do you have any questions about our working method or the costs at our collection agency? Call us on telephone number 020 345 26 75 or send an e-mail to email@example.com. We would like to hear from you!