Demand Letter Overview:
Sending a demand letter is perhaps the most effective tool you can use in the small claims process. A demand letter, which is required by many small claims courts, "demands" attention. When a defendant reads what you have to say and understands you're serious about pursuing your claim in court, many settlements occur. RushFiling boasts a remarkable 75% success rate of disputes resolved based on sending a demand letter.
Demand Letters - How it works:
You won't have to read any complicated instructions, and there's nothing to print out or put together on your end. RushFiling has eliminated the stress of the business formation process with just 3 Easy Steps...
Start by filling out a precise online questionnaire developed by our staff of legal advisors. Part of the RushFiling guarantee is that our professionals handle every order personally and that your data remains confidential.
Our online questionnaire is free, safe & secure! You can save your work & return to it at any time. You may also call us toll free at 818-245-1145.
As soon as we receive your completed questionnaire, the experts at RushFiling perform a thorough review of your information—including a check for accuracy and to make sure that nothing has been overlooked. We then custom write your demand letter according to the details of your case and send it to you for your review and approval.
Once you give us the okay, your RushFiling specialist mails the letter via certified mail to the defendant. RushFiling's demand letters always get the other party's attention. After receiving our demand letter, three out of four defendants agree to settle!
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Demand Letter FAQs
No, the demand letter is designed to reach a civilized solution to the financial predicament that one party has caused to the other. By pointing out that further legal action may be taken if no resolution is found, the demand letter is intended to encourage settlement rather than going to trial.
Yes, you should retain a copy of the letter in case further legal action is required and the recipient of the letter attempts to deny having received it.
If your demand has been ignored, your next course of action would be to file a lawsuit.
To ensure that the demand letter is received, you should use certified mail where possible.
No, but providing copies of any documents you have evidencing the debt that is owed will increase the likelihood that the debtor will pay back the debt rather than letting the issue go to court.
Yes, you can use the Debt Owed Demand Letter, but only demand payment of the portion of the debt that is owed to you.