Any transaction carries a minimum amount of risk, no matter sometimes the trust and planning involved in trying to get everything to go just right. Receiving payment ultimately is a bottom line.

Anyone who’s legitimately relying on substantive payments to be made by a specific time, should be able to have adequate certainty that the story won’t change down the line after the chips are down.

While only a guarantee is a guarantee, an acceptable level of assurance could do the trick 90% of the time.

By demonstrating the transaction process in visible detail, and studying comparable scenarios to determine a range of probable outcomes, critical junctures can be logically identified at which to ensure the plan is still in tact.

Typical contracts are often complex to interpret and difficult to enforce, sadly reducing them to redundancy until litigation ensues.

Legal solution design principles are focused on the human interactions that are required to complete a transaction, and mindful of practical aspects relevant in different contexts. This view delivers clarity and therewith a respectful sense of control.

What started out as debt collecting, has evolved into a boutique service that is not modelled solely on reactive measures that tend to do irreversible harm to relationships without offering viable results.

You need a solution that fits into your unique ecosystem.