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June 6, 2014

It is what establishes the relationship between your office and ours and it is (usually) the “thing” that gives rise to your entitlement for service(s) and/or good(s) provided. Whether a financial agreement, a self-titled contract or other name-bearing document, your paperwork with the consumer’s signature is generally what establishes the consumer’s obligation to you.

If your office policy does not call for a consumer’s signature to establish liability; that does not mean that your accounts are not collectable! However, it does mean that some costs incidental to the principal obligation just might be. The best approach is to have a document that outlines the terms and conditions of your service(s), what the consumer is expected to pay and when they are expected to pay it. Make it clear and easily understood.

Our office has extensive experience in drafting, reviewing and editing financial documents and contracts recovering accounts based upon the content of those documents. Forward your paperwork to us and we will review it and offer our professional opinion.

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