I have money owed my company (Seward Park Remodeling, Repair and Maintenance LLC Seattle WA) by Maintenance Company (Glab Maintenance Services, Green Bay Wisconsin) for which I performed repair services for a company in Kent Washington (Sleep Country U.S.A). I want payment or I will bring action in small claims court. Balance is approximately $3,500. My approach is to serve "demand for payment" to both Glab and Sleep Country followed up with small claim service. Venue, I believe, would be King County WA where work was performed and my company is registered to do business. I want to make sure my plan is the best approach and I don't miss anything (who do I name in complaint, can a default judgment be enforced by me in Wisconsin if they fail to appear. Any suggestions, etc.
State/Country relating to question: Washington
I have billed my client (Glab Maintenance Services LLC). They are over 90s in arrears on some invoices. They do not return my phone calls.
Last point please. Should I also name the company receiving my services (Sleep Country USA LLC)?
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