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  • Writer's pictureKristen Shields

New Year Efforts from Last Year's Nonpayment

Welcome 2021! Businesses are actively trying to collect their accounts receivable from last year. Work was performed, you have paid your employees, subcontractors, and suppliers, and yet you lack payment from your customer - this amounts to being doubly squeezed, out money on both ends. What are your options?

Based on where you've performed work, your options differ by state and can include us sending a demand letter, engaging with the other side and negotiating on your behalf or pushing back on allegations of defect, filing a claim of lien if you're eligible, and/or filing a lawsuit, to name a few.

DO NOT WAIT - I cannot stress enough the importance of exploring your options now because conditions do not improve with the passage of time, and your options only decrease. Know your options, and then decide what you want to do or not do. Payments more than 90-120 days past due become increasingly difficult to collect. We aren't a collection agency, and we do most of the above work on a flat fee basis because that makes most sense for our contractors, not contingency where you pocket even less, on average. We are construction lawyers devoted to helping you navigate aspects of your business so you can focus on creating in the field.

All For Contractors was founded as an outreach initiative to equip contractors with solutions. Fill out our Contact Form, and we will reach out within 24 hours to do just that. You don't have to figure this out on your own. We are here to help. All For Contractors is All for YOU!

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