R A P I D  C O L L E C T I O N S


Court costs of the civil law procedures are determined by each of the state’s legislation and regulation and all differ slightly. All costs depend on the amount of the outstanding principal, which also determines which court the matter is started in.

The goal remains the same throughout the collection process cycle, which is to maximize the recovery amount and find an amicable resolution. The lawyer or paralegal handling the case will attempt to try and resolve amicably with the debtor for a reasonable timeframe (Typically 30-60 days) before recommending a lawsuit to be filed.


Any court costs are not part of the legal fee. The lawyer or paralegal handling the case will communicate the exact amount, wait for approval from the client contact before incurring the costs.
Once approved, the client will need to pay the court costs immediately since the funds are outside the fee arrangement.