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Debt recovery from individual persons
Does someone owe you money? You do not get paid, but you are you still waiting. You take a big risk! We will help you get your money back – legally and without stress!
Call us or leave an application online and get for free a plan of step-by-step measures for debt recovery from legal entities. You will also find out the probability of debt collection. We will determine the probability of debt collection with 100% accuracy.
The advantages of working with us
  1. Payment for the result

    Our work is measured upon the recovery of debt. Therefore, you pay us when your debt will be returned to you.

  2. Determination of the probability of debt collection

    To save you and your time from the moments where the debtor has nothing to recover, we will determine the probability of debt collection with 100% accuracy. In cases where the debtor does not have the funds to pay, we will develop an alternative strategic plan.

  3. Alternative solutions

    • Invalidation of the debtor’s transactions.
    • Restoration of property and recovery of the debtor’s money which was withdrawn by illegal means.
    • Bringing the debtor to responsibility for non-compliance with court decisions.
    • Bringing the debtor to subsidiary responsibility in case of debtor’s bankruptcy.
  4. Report on the work undertaken

    You will have control over the whole process of debt recovery. We provide online reports on the work undertaken by lawyers on weekly basis. We provide video and audio report on the status of legal proceedings if required.

  5. Control over the enforcement proceedings

    We provide full legal service for the case and assume control over the enforcement proceedings. We work closely with officers of the court and guarantee that your requests will get a hearing and your interests will be defended.

Steps towards the debt recovery from individual persons
  1. The collection of information about the debtor

    We find out the availability of debtor’s property (movable, immovable). As well as the availability of other assets (participating interests in the charter capital, deposit accounts).We necessarily check the ability to pay debts and tax stability.

  2. Negotiations with the debtor

    Preparation and signing of the agreement on the repayment of debts in accordance with a schedule within a specified period.

  3. The court proceeding

    Debt recovery within the framework of the court proceeding consists of the following steps: Preparation of documents for the court proceeding; Drawing up a statement of claim; Participation in all court sessions of the first and subsequent instances; Obtaining a court decision (decree of court) and an order of enforcement.

  4. Control over enforcement proceedings

    Rendering of a positive decision by the court does not mean that the debtor will immediately execute the decision and return the favor, and in this case our work does not end there. It is necessary to recover the debt compulsory.

    With this end in view we:

    • We oversee the actions of the officers of the court.
    • We cooperate with officers of the court in the search, evaluation and realization of the debtor’s property at the auction or the independent realization of property by the debtor.
    • We manage the return of the debtor’s property by challenging of the transactions on the re-registration of property for the previous period.
Cost of services of debt recovery from individual persons
By passing through all four stages the debt amount will be returned. And only in this case our work will be done. You pay for the result. The result of our work is a return of the debt to the recoveror!
Sum of recovery Cost of our work
to 500 000 tenge 120 000 tenge
from 500 000 to 1 000 000 tenge 15%, but not less than 130 000 tenge
from 1 100 000 to 2 700 000 tenge 13%, but not less than 170 000 tenge
from 2 700 000 to 5 000 000 tenge 11%, but not less than 320 000 tenge
from 5 000 000 to 10 000 000 tenge 9%, but not less than 500 000 tenge
from 10 000 000 to 100 000 000 tenge 8%, but not less than 900 000 tenge
from 100 000 000 tenge 6%