Legal Advice

Childrens Name Changes

Childrens Name Changes Can I change the name of my child and what is the process whereby I can do this? A child’s name can be changed for a number…

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Curfew Order Child Maintenance

Curfew Order for non-payment of Child Maintenance Curfew Order Child Maintenance and Enforcement Commission was set up by the Child Maintenance and Other Payments Act 2008. This Commission can exercise a…

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Insolvency

Insolvency: Becoming Insolvent or Bankrupt When a company faces financial difficulty, there may be no other option than insolvency. Insolvency is commonly referred to as bankruptcy and occurs when the…

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Debt Recovery

Considerations Before Proceedings for Debt Recovery Claim? As with most situations including debt recovery, court should be a last resort. All too often businesses begin legal action when an invoice is…

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Liquidation

Liquidation Liquidation or winding up a company is one of the most commonly used insolvency procedures in the UK. Once a company has been liquidated it will no longer exist….

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Sole Traders and Tax

Sole Traders and Tax If you start your own business you are obliged to follow certain rules and regulations for sole traders and tax as specified by HMRC. Within three…

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VAT

What is VAT In the UK Value Added Tax (VAT) is a tax charged on the sale and supply of goods or services during the course of business and it…

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Debt Recovery Claim

Guide to the Early Stages of a Debt Recovery Claim If you do decide to start a debt recovery claim, you will need to follow a series of steps. The…

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Late Payment of Commercial Debts

Claiming Interest Under the Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998 Where a commercial contract is in place for the procurement of goods or services, businesses are able to…

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Enforcing County Court Judgements

Enforcing County Court Judgements Enforcing County Court Judgements is something that can be done if you have secured a judgement in the County Court or High Court against a debtor….

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