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What can I do if the debtor refuses to pay?

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The options include: writing off the debt (if the amount is small or the debtor is impecunious); suing the debtor and obtaining a Court judgment bankruptcy proceedings – available if the debtor is an individual and you have obtained a Court judgment; or issuing a statutory demand (if the debtor is a corporation and the […]

Can debtors negotiate a payment plan?

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For larger debts (those exceeding $1,000) and with your approval, we offer debtors the option to enter into an agreement with you to pay by instalments. Our standard agreement requires the debtor to pay: the debt by fortnightly instalments for at least the minimum amount that you authorise; an upfront fee not exceeding $200* to […]

What if the debtor pays me direct?

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For statistical purposes we prefer that all payments are made through our office. If you happen to receive a direct payment or compromise the debt, please let us know so we can update our records.

Why are your legal services so inexpensive?

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We are market leaders in the use of digital technology to deliver affordable and effective legal services. Contactslaw, our in-house comprehensive legal practice management software, now integrating with our websites, has enabled us to offer a range of popular legal services for prices previously unheard-of. These include Flat Rate Settlements, Perth Probate Centre, Perth Wills […]