Debt collection through the court is the most effective way of working with debtors who refuse to pay off their debts voluntarily or who solve their "financial struggles" by accumulating debts. Debtors in this category only start to repay their debts when a court decision comes into force.
The purpose of court-ordered collection is to get a writ of execution and force the debtor to repay the debt through the court.
Legal-Collection is performed from 90-180 days from the moment of occurrence of the overdue debt and ends with a court decision and its execution, or with a certificate of impossibility of collection and writing off the debt.
The trial stage includes the following procedures:
Mediation - measures for pre-trial resolution of a dispute.
Forming a package of documents for judicial recovery and issuing a claim to the debtor.
Preparation of the statement of claim and court filing.
Pre-trial preparation for the hearing.
Representing the interests of the client in court proceedings.
Monitoring until judgment.
Obtaining a court decision.
Obtaining executive documents.
The procedure of debt collection in the judicial order allows to collect debts even if the debtor refuses to repay it. Judicial examination of cases on debt recovery, in most cases, is positive, in the presence of sufficient evidence.