We provide the complete commercial debt recovery service; from outsourced early arrears collections through to expert litigation, all handled in-house by a multi-award winning law firm.

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Regardless of the complexity of your financial situation, we use our knowledge and expertise to tailor our advice, taking into consideration all of your personal, family and, where appropriate, business needs.

Through efficient negotiation methods, we look to cost-effectively resolve your financial arrangement issues, reaching a mutual agreement wherever possible. We will keep you updated throughout and work closely with you to ensure that you fully understand every decision you make.

Although it is not always necessary to go to court, if court proceedings are required, our family solicitors will adopt a robust approach to achieve a favourable result in as little time as possible.

If you have already been able to reach an agreement directly, we will ensure that it is correctly documented to protect you against any possible future claims and, where necessary, we work closely with expert legal counsel and leading professionals including accountants, actuaries and financial advisers.

We provide financial settlement advice to a wide range of individuals, with particular expertise in cases involving partnerships, limited companies, pensions, overseas assets and trust interests.

Our family solicitors have considerable experience and an enviable national reputation for dealing with complex, high-value financial settlements, with a number of members of the team also being recommended by leading legal directories for their family law work.

Additionally, we regularly advise on cases involving inheritance and pre and post-marital accrual. We also have experience in cases where there is material non-disclosure, including hidden assets.

As well as acting for individuals directly involved in a separation, our team also has experience in successfully representing interveners and third parties who have an interest in property or assets being considered by the Family Court.

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