In cases where out-of-court debt recovery has not been successful and there is no agreement with the debtor on the voluntary fulfilment of obligations, we provide recommendations on the next steps to be taken in the specific case, as well as possible legal proceedings. In this situation, the information gathered during the recovery process, the communication with the debtor, its attitude towards the debt obligations and other relevant factors must be taken into account. By agreement of the parties, we represent the client's interests before all judicial authorities. It is important to assess whether the involvement of a court is appropriate in a given situation. The documents supporting the debt, the amount of the debt, available information about the debtor, such as place of work, income, ownership and other information, should be taken into account. In cases where debt recovery requires the involvement of the courts, our specialists will advise on all the issues involved. We can prepare documents, file them with the court and represent the company in any legal proceedings. Including notice procedures, small claims, general procedures, arbitration. We prepare and send documents to sworn bailiffs for the enforcement of court decisions. Debt collectors also monitor and control cases, providing reports and communicating results. If necessary, we will calculate the penalty, late payment or statutory interest.