Debt Recovery

Outstanding debts can negatively affect your business operation, with the potential of impacting cash flow, disappointing employees and angering your own creditors. It is therefore essential that terms of trade agreements are upheld to ensure business is operating smoothly.

We act on behalf of our clients to successfully recover outstanding debt. Our commercial debt recovery team have years of experience of successfully pursuing outstanding debt. 

The first step to recovering a debt is usually to send a letter of claim or statutory demand although depending on the circumstances, it may be possible to issue court proceedings or present a winding up petition

If you have numerous outstanding debts, we can consider acting on a fixed fee. For more on costs, please visit our Debt Recovery Fees page

Speak to our debt recovery lawyers today

If you or your business has been affected by outstanding debt, the relationship with the debtor or creditor has broken down and no satisfactory agreement being reached; we can step in and provide the essential assistance you need to resolve matters.

Make an online enquiry, send an email to or call us on +44 (0)20 3968 6030.

Who we can help

Our commercial litigation lawyers at Lincoln & Rowe possess significant depth and breadth of dispute resolution expertise gained from years of experience advising on high-value and complex litigation. We act for individuals, owner managed enterprises, national and international businesses based in the UK and abroad in a range of jurisdictions. We advise both claimants and defendants.

Where you can find us

Lincoln & Rowe Solicitors are based in the heart of London and just a few minutes’ walk from the Royal Courts of Justice. Our full address is 81 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1DD

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Dipesh Dosani Partner
Dipesh advises clients on a wide range of commercial disputes including breach of contract, directors’ disputes, shareholder remedies, partnership issues, professional negligence and intellectual property. He is also able to provide clients with advice on all aspects of insolvency as well as investigations including misfeasance, undervalue transactions, preferences, transactions to defraud creditors and wrongful trading.