My husband loaned our friend's wife $200.00 to retain an attorney for her son's girlfriend (confusing right). Her father had passed away and she has a wicked step-mother who was giving his stuff to her own biological daughter one day after he died and told his own daughter (who happens to be an only child) she wasn't allowed into his house. Her mother died several years ago. I know giant mess. Anyway he loaned her the money to retain an attorney because the father didn't have a will, has lots of rental properties and lots of money in the bank.
I am not good at confronting people about money that they owe, that is why I could never be a debt collector. How do we ask her to pay him back. She was suppose to pay him back out of her next check which I know she got paid this week. I tried calling her several times yesterday but she has caller id and conviently enough didn't answer. Help any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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