JUDICIAL AND EXTRAJUDICIAL PROCESS OF ADMINISTRATIVE RECOVERY OF DEBT
In confrontational situations, our specialists in judicial and arbitration litigation develop strategies in tight collaboration with other areas and develop the needed strategies, taking into consideration the interests and priorities of our clients, protecting their wealth and assets and preventing their commercial or productive activities from being affected.
Solutions outside judicial law offer savings in cost, time and energy. Our priorities are focused on giving our clients preventative and conciliatory advice thanks to a team that carefully analyzes all aspects of each case entrusted to us.
CRAFTING A LEGAL SITUATIONAL REPORT
We create a preliminary legal report with the purpose of establishing whether it is possible to recover pending payments through administrative, extrajudicial or judicial avenues and which cases offer no possibility. The report includes a search registry of all property, including immovable property, updated and including a conclusion and analysis of obligations on the part of the debtor, according to information provided by our client. It also includes a strategy to successfully collect the aforementioned debt.
EXTRAJUDICIAL RECOVERY OF DEBT
We proceed to craft a request for collection management before a Conciliatory Extrajudicial Center authorized by the Department of Justice, which, if unsuccessful or leading to the other part not showing, allows us to obtain a Conciliatory Act, which is a basic document to proceed legally before a specialized court.
We present a formal lawsuit before a specialized court and simultaneously request a precautionary measure and other mechanisms which can include the costs of proceedings, penalties, default and compensation interests, loss of profit, reparation of damages, etc. but we remain always willing to negotiate better solutions to solve all controversies.