A business depends on various aspects, the bottom line being one party availing a particular product or service in return for payment. Clients can be individual consumers or they can often be other businesses with which your company may contract. Unfortunately, in case of the violation of contract, unfulfilled and non-payment of business to business (B2B) debts can put the success of a company in jeopardy. In order to protect the company from such underlying situations creditors, many attorneys and companies offer commercial collection services. Such services can relieve the company from a tiresome and time consuming work of focusing on day-to-day operations and keep them from having to constantly pursue payment for unpaid B2B debts. There is a line of process that is required to be followed in the process of debt collection before taking the any legal actions. And that’s where debt collection agencies as ours, DebtNirvana comes in action. When the initial informal communications fail to get the results, the collection efforts of business to business debts moves forth with a demand letter. This initial communication is extremely important and often results in voluntary payment by the commercial debtor. With the demand letter, the debtor is likely to take it seriously and comply accordingly avoiding the legal process. In case, the debtor still fails to pay, investigation works can be initiated. Tactics like skip tracing can identify a business owner's location while other investigative methods can uncover hidden assets of the business that may be used to compensate the business creditor. If attempts to collect a business to business debt out of court continue to fail, it gets eminent to file a debt recovery lawsuit against the company debtor. One benefit of having a B2B collections attorney handling your collection is that, if litigation is necessary, that attorney has the ability to file a legal claim on your behalf and to represent you throughout the subsequent case