Contrary to many misconceptions, having a lawyer can help you "make money";

Especially in the area of debt collection;
The law requires creditors to try, before any legal proceedings, to seek amicable recovery;
This trend has been a desire expressed by the legal advisor for several years now, as evidenced by the incessant development of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) or other conciliation methods, to which the parties are increasingly referred, whether in commercial law, business law or family law;

In commercial matters, in particular, it has always been customary, before in any case becoming a legal obligation, to proceed in the event of non-payment, to several reminders from the debtor;
At first, in a completely amicable tone, then less and less over time; Finally, a final formal notice must be sent, before acting judicially when necessary;

Therefore and in order to exercise this judicial remedy, you will in most cases call upon a lawyer;
At that time, you will necessarily have to justify the amicable steps you have taken previously;

The interest of appointing a lawyer from the outset of the claim;

The Lawyer is trained to assist you in the recovery process; the Lawyer's advisory role is essential and intervenes before the dispute and the judicial procedure; It often even makes it possible to avoid referring the matter to the Court and therefore recourse to the Judge; It is therefore in this way that it can allow the creditor to save money, since a "well done" recovery notice,  will be effective immediately;

A valid formal notice addressed by a lawyer acting as counsel may enable the funds to be recovered more quickly and in one case out of two*, to avoid referral to the Judge;

But the creditor will tend, depending on the case, to use a debt collection company or a bailiff, hoping that both will allow him to obtain prompt payment;

However, neither one of them, contrary once again to preconceived ideas, will have more power than the Advocate;

Indeed, without a court decision condemning the debtor, and having enforceable force, no enforcement is possible; 
The bailiff and the collection agency cannot, therefore, without this decision, force the debtor to settle his debt;  
They will, therefore, be forced to call upon a lawyer - which the creditor could have done alone, from the outset; This preliminary step  allows him to save time and money by addressing the lawyer as a priority;

Consequently, and in the event of failure of the amicable phase, the Lawyer is the only one legally entitled to bring an action before the Courts and to regularly represent his clients before them - 
A court decision only, obtained with the help of a Lawyer, will make it possible to force the debtor to pay and thus the creditor to recover his claim;

Consequently, the Lawyer, appointed from the outset of the recovery procedure, including during the amicable phase, will have a thorough knowledge of the case, and will be able to act quickly and effectively, qualities eminently required in this case, particularly in the presence of a recalcitrant debtor;

The creditor, for his part, will save time, and therefore, according to the famous adage, money, by having recourse to a single interlocutor, able to manage the "dispute" from beginning to end;

Our firm can proceed on your behalf, and offers a 24/7 pick-up service;
Send us your documents ( unpaid invoices) directly by email, and we will immediately ** write and send the Formal Notice to your debtor.

* Results obtained and observed with clients when formal notices are sent directly by the firm;
** Upon receipt of the documents and payment of a flat rate of 200€ HT or 240 VAT directly online, regardless of the amount of your claim; No appointment is required; The payment of this flat rate includes the receipt of the documents, the preparation of the Formal Notice,  and its sending. Any additional services (negotiations, additional letters, legal proceedings etc.....) will be subject to an additional fee agreed between the client and the Lawyer.
In the context of the reminders that the creditor sends, simple letters are sent without much formalism, which has no particular consequence;
On the other hand, and when it comes to sending a letter which must be considered as a "legal" Demand, a very precise formalism must be respected; otherwise, the scope of this letter could be reduced to nothing, as well as the procedure that should have followed;