Saturday, July 15, 2017

How to Negotiate a Payment Agreement!

Are you having trouble negotiating a payment agreement?

Does setting up a payment plan make sense?

Is your case becoming too difficult or too time consuming to handle yourself?

The key to negotiating a payment agreement is to ensure that things work out for both parties involved. However, just because your debtor agrees to pay doesn’t mean that they won’t need plenty of hand holding along the way. Remind your debtor to honor the deal!
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According to Steven A. Harms, former senior partner with at Muller, Muller, Richmond, Harms, & Myers, P.C., “After you set up a plan where the debtor is to pay off the account in installments, you should closely monitor the account, watching for any sign that the debtor is falling behind again. After the payment plan is in effect, remind the debtor that you expect all installments to be paid on time.”

Ensure payments arrive on time by:

  • Sending statements to your debtor in advance of each payment due date.
  • Place reminder telephone calls.
  • Call a debt collection attorney in Michigan to step up to your A game!

Let the debt collection attorneys in Michigan help you negotiate payment terms. The Muller Law Firm has been a successful collection law firm in Michigan for more than 56 years. This is possible because our experienced and qualified attorneys work hard to get results for you. Not only do we listen to our clients concerns, but we also help each of our clients figure out an effective strategy to collect their receivables.

Call Experienced Debt Collection Attorneys in Michigan Now!

If you’re a business owner, you may decide that having a debt collection law firm work on your unpaid invoices is your best choice. That’s an area we specialize in, and we’re happy to discuss your options.

Our attorneys know how to get results for our clients and they’re dedicated to getting a satisfactory outcome. Contact our debt collection attorneys in Michigan today at (248) 645-2440 for a free no obligation consultation.

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