When should a person turn an unpaid accounts receivable over to small claims court?
This is an opinion question, but as a law student I would
suggest filing small claims against unpaid accounts when: *The
debtor won't return your calls *The debtor makes promises that he
doesn't fulfill *The debtor sends letters threatening counterclaims
if you sue *When you are tired of hassling with a person who won't
pay her open account *etc.