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6th December 2018

SRA Transparency Rules Cost & Service – Debt Recovery

Debt recovery: Range of fixed fees Our civil litigation department is headed by Sarah Spence who has over 25 years’ experience of dealing with litigation claims and is a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL). Range of fixed fees for a business to business debt that is undisputed Court Claims These costs continue reading…

2nd November 2018

Debt Recovery

If you are having difficulties with customers not paying their invoices and need assistance with debt collection then please contact Sarah Spence Associate Solicitor at Dodds Solicitors. Sarah can advise you regarding the steps involved in issuing court proceedings and recovering monies. It may be possible to instruct us on a fixed fee basis depending continue reading…

29th September 2016

Happy Clients Part 2

Further to the earlier blog from my colleague Samantha Downs I am pleased to be able to share that I have also had some very positive comments recently from clients who are pleased with the service which they have received in resolving their personal legal matters. Often clients who come and see us are going continue reading…

23rd September 2016

e Price of Everything and the Value of Nothing?

I recently received a refund from a train company following a much delayed journey and a completely cancelled train forcing me to take a lengthy detour. The refund was approximately 25% of the cost of the journey. The government has brought in strict guidelines so that if your train is delayed significantly you will receive continue reading…

29th April 2016

Local Legal Team Supports Local Team

Despite the wind, snow and frost turning us blue, we will, as local Solicitors and Supporters of Leicester City, our local team, be putting a bit of blue in everything we do on Blue Friday although a suggestion of dressing as Smurfs may be going too far. No reds under the beds here!  We’re hoping continue reading…

8th October 2015

Reconciliation after Divorce and Unintended Consequences

Although it doesn’t happen very often some couples do get back together even many years after they have divorced. It may surprise you to learn that when this happens there can be some unexpected legal consequences. In the case of Chekov v Fryer and Fryer 2015 which was recently decided in the High Court two continue reading…

30th September 2015

Living-Together

It is becoming increasingly more usual for couples to live together rather than get married however the English legal system does not really have a framework that suits couples who choose to cohabit rather than marry. Many people would be shocked to learn that if a couple live together in a property owned by only continue reading…

25th March 2015

Richard III and his impact on the Law of England and Wales

The eyes of the world are definitely upon Leicester this week as 530 years after the hasty burial following his death and defeat at the Battle of Bosworth the body of Richard III is going to be reinterred at Leicester Cathedral. Many people will have formed their impression of what Richard III may have been continue reading…