As Bulgarian debt collection lawyers, we work with many companies and natural persons who have problems in collection their debts in Bulgaria. Our law office & debt collection department works with a network of specialist law firms to enable you to initiate legal activities in all of european countries.
Collecting overdue debts in Bulgaria is our mission, our focus. But in this day and age, it’s no longer enough for a Bulgarian debt collection lawyers to simply collect the money that is due to you.
We are acting with responsibility and professionalism to protect your reputation, educate your customers to respect your credit terms, and make your customers aware that protracted default will harm their credit rating. As a commercial debt collection law office, we know the critical impact every collection campaign has on the success as an organization. When your company carries the burden of debtors with an inability or refusal to pay, your day-to-day operations suffer.
At International law office handling on debt collection cases, we handle your debt collection issues with the utmost urgency, and with proven methods that preserve your customer relationships while still providing top-notch results.
Our collection lawyers will overcome your debtor’s objections, remove frivolous disputes, seek admission of your debt, and secure payment. Finally – we’ll have the collected funds cleared and remitted to you without delay.
We provide additionally provides you with professional advice on the feasibility of your legal action and insight into the expected outcome. Linked together in an integrated network to deliver a flexible international solution, our team provides special and detailed local expertise. This covers a diverse range of individual business cultures, debt colelciton laws and regulations.
Should trade companies or individuals in our country find themselves unable to pay their debts, entities dealing with debt collection lawyers in Bulgaria are advised to procure specialised legal help.
We complete all the legal procedures required for the purpose of debt recovery.
Our debt collection lawyers in Bulgaria will be happy to represent you and your company if you need to undertake legal actions regarding outstanding debts.
The public authority in Bulgaria responsible for debt collection is the National Revenue Agency.
Debt collection lawyers are supposed to contact the debtors and to convince them to pay their debts voluntarily or by withholding certain benefits, should they be delayed in repaying.
For example, they will refuse to provide them with documents required to obtain bank loans.
The process of debt collection in Bulgaria consists of several legal steps. It involves simple procedures at the start and might involve legal actions, should it be required.
Regardless of the selected method of approach to the debtor, the debt collection entities shall require complete access to all the necessary debtor-related documents, including, but not limited to: identification details, correspondence, contracts, agreements and invoices.
Step one is contacting the debtor and clarifying details of the outstanding payment. Should the debtor fail to make a voluntary payment, the next step is sending an official letter.
In case the debtor agrees to pay, the parties shall agree on a payment plan, calculate installments and a deadline for full repayment of the debt.
These legal procedures precede any contingent legal actions and they aim at avoiding more complicated debt recovery through legal action.
Should the debtor fail to respond to pre-legal debt recovery procedures, the next action is the ultimate remaining option.
Usually, this process involves two phases: pre-litigation and litigation.
Our debt collection lawyers in Bulgaria prepare all necessary documents for the litigation procedures. In this situation, a petition shall be filed to a Bulgarian court of competent jurisdiction.
Our debt collection lawyers in Bulgaria provide you with full professional legal services in collection your debts and legal details about the litigation procedures in Bulgaria.
Please contact us for more information on + 359 897 90 43 91 or send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.