Your recourse is to sue for the money. There was an agreement either written or oral both are enforceable between you and him that he'd pay for your services you did your part he is therefore contractually obligated to pay. But not paying the full amount, he is in breach of contract, anand you may sue him on that basis. Unfortunately, a lawsuit is the only way to get the money and if your business were a corporation or LLC, you would need to hire any attorney to represent you a corp. or LLC may not be represented by a non-lawyer, even an owner, which may it nit economically worthwhile to sue.
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