Collecting unpaid invoices via judicial collection
If an amicable procedure is unsuccessful, you can proceed to judicial collection. CMA is your partner from bill to cash, and that includes legal proceedings.CMA has a large network of legal partners for this purpose. So there is no need to pass your case over to a bailiff or a lawyer who would have to look into it all over again.Our collection agency will simply continue to monitor your claim. This saves a huge amount of handling time, and time is very important in debt collection.
Comprehensive advice before judicial collection
Unlike amicable collection (which poses no cost risk), judicial collection does indeed carry a financial risk.
Because going to court costs money. And what if your debtor proves unable to pay the debt? Then legal proceedings become an extra cost, on top of your unpaid bill. That’s why CMA provides comprehensive advice beforehand Thanks to our collection agency, you are in the best possible position to make a decision.
advice from CMA
Are you planning to go ahead with judicial collection? Then CMA will provide you with comprehensive advice. We mobilise our entire arsenal of knowledge.
CMA assesses the previous collection process from A to Z
What is the previous history of the unpaid invoice? What signals did we pick up from the debtor? What can we deduce from them?
CMA conducts a thorough solvency investigation
It is usually inappropriate to start legal proceedings if the debtor has no payment options. Therefore, CMA does its best to assess the feasibility of the claim through a solvency investigation.
We offer informed advice
Can you collect the unpaid invoice?
What are the risks?What are the opportunities? And what decision do we recommend?
follow-up by CMA
Have you decided to force the debtor to pay through the courts and so to collect your unpaid invoices? Then the debtor will be summoned to appear in court by our collection agency’s legal partners.
He may be supported by a lawyer. CMA and its partners will stand at your side.
What CMA does for you
- All the supporting documents are assembled and handed over
- Your court file is thoroughly prepared
- Your case will be defended before the judge
- Thanks to our online portal, customers can easily track progress
Judicial collection: the judgment
The judgment of the court is served and announced. If the court rules that payment must be made, and if there is no appeal, the debtor will be obliged to pay. Otherwise, seizure by the bailiff will follow in order to collect the unpaid invoices.
What if we advise against judicial collection?
Has CMA advised against judicial collection? Or have you yourself decided not to collect your unpaid invoices through the courts? Then CMA immediately moves on to debt monitoring.