If you do not have a "Y" in the letter code system parameter field " send with attorney (Y)"
- If the attorney address information on an account is present and complete, then the letter will automatically print with the attorney's address instead of the debtor's address
- If the attorney information on an account is not complete, the letter will fail and the failed reason will appear on the letter failed report and in the account notes
NOTE: Linked letters are not allowed to go out on accounts that have F2 attorney information set up on them, unless you use the below option. The reason for this is the attorney may not be representing the debtor on all the accounts in the linked group
If you do have a "Y" in the letter code system parameter field " send with attorney (Y)"
- Letters will generate for both the attorney's address and the debtor's address as long as the both have complete address information
- A linked letter will be allowed to go out on accounts that have F2 attorney information set up on them regardless of whether the attorney is representing the debtor on all the accounts in the linked group or not
NOTE: For both scenarios above you can use the merge code S27 - attorney first/last name to also include the name of the attorney. If you have this code set up on all your letters (under the debtor's name) then anytime a letter is generated that has attorney information in the F2 screen, both the debtor's name and the attorney's name will be present on the letter. If attorney information is NOT in the F2 screen the line below the debtor's name will be blank.
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