Our debt recovery lawyers work collaboratively with private and public sector organisations on the recovery of secured and unsecured debt, guarantee and indemnity claims, book debt collections, rent arrears or service charges.
“It supports our aim of providing members with access to a wide range of specialist services within the CICM network.”– Philip King, Chief Executive of the CICM - on DWF's decision to become a corporate partner
In every case we take time to understand your business needs, your unique aims and objectives and the way you interact with customers and clients.
Our nationally endorsed team of legal experts seeks out innovative, energetic and sustainable ways to recover debts using market-leading legal techniques. Providing management information tailored to your needs, ensuring a transparent, efficient debt recovery process. Covering both transactional work and more complex litigation clients recommend us for our approachability, range of options, service excellence and significant cost reductions.
Legal 500 2015 commented that "DWF’s team, under the leadership of David Scottow, wins praise for its ‘service level, particularly its extranet work and ad hoc reporting’. As well as advising a wide range of general commercial, financial services and public sector clients, the team also has a fast-growing international collections operation."
To find out more about Debt Recovery, please see our DWF Recover product page.
Let our highly professional and experienced debt recovery team act as an extension of your business and work to protect your reputation and brand.
A FREE credit health check is available to all our clients to assist in managing and enhancing cash flow and maximising recoveries. We can help you use the right strategy for your business to improve credit control techniques, your approach to chasing debt and ensuring that your employees understand the importance of cash collection.
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Listen to our webinar where we will discuss the main challenges facing employers during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
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