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"1. Set a Fair Interest Rate [state law may regulated how much interest you can charge]
2. Get Your Agreement in Writing [it can be simple]
3. Set up a Formal Payment Arrangement"
I would add that once you establish the agreement, enforce it. If you start to let it slide, you could imply you waived the right to collect it. Also, the longer you let it go, the harder someone may take it when you remind them they need to pay.
You also need to do some of your own homework. You need to ask yourself if this is really helping or just prolonging a problem. Because this will not protect you if someone file bankruptcy. You will be added to the list of unsecured creditors and your debt will be discharged along with the other creditors. Check out the article I wrote last month: Bankruptcy - The gift that keeps on taking ...
But if you are confident you are helping out, these are solid step to take to protect everyone involved.
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