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What can I do if my client refuses to pay me

If your client refuses to pay you, of course, you always have the option of suing that client. But that’s not always the best answer. Sometimes What’s better is to reach out to the client yourself. Ask what’s going on, try to salvage the relationship. And if that doesn’t get you anywhere, contact an attorney like myself, who can send letters and try to get you paid without having to file a lawsuit, which is really your last resort. And at the end of the day, if it makes financial sense to invest money into a lawsuit, it’s got to be worth enough and we can explore that option at that time as well.

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