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We are debt recovery and dispute resolution experts

When invoices aren't paid on time, or are ignored completely, it can have a serious impact on your business. Take action and recover the debts you are owed by working with the dedicated team of debt recovery lawyers at AANDI.

We are experts in debt recovery in commercial disputes. If your business is owed money by another business, our debt collection lawyers can help you recover what you're owed. Where possible, we can get outstanding invoices paid, and take the necessary steps to resolve the matter in your favour.

Save time and money

We provide free consultations for new clients so you know where you stand from the start.

Get honest advice

We'll advise you on whether your debtor has the capacity to pay and how best to proceed.

Get a resolution sooner

We won't waste your time, our goal is to get your debt paid as quickly as possible.

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Debt Recovery Services

How we handle debt recovery

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Get in touch with our team, and tell us about your case. We will ask you relevant questions about the matter, to find out how we can best help you recover the debt.

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Our team will investigate the issue, and will determine if the debtor has the capacity to pay. With our knowledge and experience, we'll be able to give you options for moving forward.

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If possible, we will get a speedy, easy resolution to the matter. However, if the debtor does not comply, we will pursue your case through VCAT or the courts.

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After receiving a judgement in your favour, we will help you right through to the enforcement actions and statutory demands.

Our debt recovery team

Since 2014, AANDI lawyers have been helping Victorian resolve difficult matters in their favour. Our debt recovery lawyers are highly experienced with dispute resolution and litigation. They can handle everything from the first letter to your debtor, through to court and legal enforcement of the judgement. If there's been a breach of contract, we can help you get a favourable outcome for your business and recover the debt you're owed.

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Experience you can rely on

Our team has extensive experience handling debt recovery cases, including litigating in the Magistrates' Court. All types of dispute resolution need to be handled carefully. And we're the experts when it comes to debt recovery services.

No matter what sort of debt you're trying to recover, whether it's a slow payer or a bad debt, our team has the experience to get you the best possible outcome.

Efficient outcomes

Debt recovery efforts need to be fast and efficient so you can get the money you're owed without spending it all on legal fees. We work hard to ensure you get the best result as quickly as possible.

Clear, honest advice

Choosing the right course of action is essential for any legal matter to be successful. We will investigate if your debtor is insolvent before proceeding with legal action because we don't want to waste your time or money.

Flexible pricing

We provide fixed fee or flexible pricing options to suit you and your case. We also We provide a free consultation for new clients so you can get a better understanding of your options.

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Talk to AANDI Lawyers about your case and we can help you determine the best course of action.

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Your questions answered

What is the process to recover a debt?

We assign a trained debt lawyer to review your paperwork, then send a letter of demand. If we do not receive a response or the response is evasive or unreasonable, we issue proceedings. Prior to issuing proceedings, we carry out usual searches to ascertain from the material available if the debtor has the capacity to pay.

What is the law for debt collection?

If you have been engaged by a party for your services or supply of goods for a fee, and they do not pay, you have the legal right to sue that person for the amount owed. A qualified team of debt recovery lawyers will be able to navigate the legal processes for obtaining a result in your favour.

What is the likelihood of recovering a claim?

The likelihood of successful debt recovery depends on the financial capacity of the debtor to pay their debt. In many instances, it also is dependent on whether you have the right help, and are willing to take the necessary steps to recover the debt. The only way to really discover whether or not you can recover a claim is by pursuing the matter with a debt collection lawyer.

What will AANDI Lawyers do to recover my debt?

Recovering a debt can be a long and tedious process, but it can be far easier and simpler if you have the right help.

Our team at AANDI Lawyers can help you through every stage of the process, starting with a Letter of Demand and escalating to court action or a Statutory Demand.

What if the other party refuses to pay an invoice, what are my options?

You have two options:

  1. Litigate against the other party
  2. Issue a statutory demand if the amount owed is over $5,000 and there is no dispute about the amount owing

The consequence of issuing a statutory demand is that if the company does not set it aside, non-payment of the amount owing (within the time stipulated in the demand) is an act of insolvency, and you can apply to the court to wind a company up.

Is a statutory demand the best process to follow to recover a debt?

This varies between cases. Statutory demands should not be used solely for a debt collection option, our view is to use this is in limited circumstances. Also, if there is some uncertainty about the agreement statutory demands should be avoided.

We review the correspondence between you and the debtor. If that correspondence suggests that the debtor does not dispute the amount owed, and the debtor continues to trade a good business, then a statutory demand is warranted.

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