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How to write a letter of complaint

At some point, whether business or personal, most people are going to have to write a letter of complaint. This could be against your bank, your professional advisor or any company whose service of product has left you feeling frustrated and displeased. Most issues of this type can be resolved swiftly with a firm, but polite, letter of complaint.

Personal Insolvency Guide

A statutory demand is a formal written demand for payment of a debt (in excess of £750) within 21 days. It must be issued in the correct form. There are prescribed forms on the Insolvency Service website. It may only be issued for undisputed debts; the creditor must genuinely believe the debt is valid and the debtor must not have raised an objection to the debt’s validity. It may induce the debtor to pay, but there are risks for the creditor.

Guide to choosing a medical negligence solicitor

There are many reasons why you might need a medical negligence solicitor if you are unhappy about the treatment either you, or someone for whom you are responsible, have received from a medical practitioner. If you have been seriously harmed by your treatment, and particularly if it has resulted in you needing financial support, then you might need to consider appointing a clinical negligence solicitor to help pursue a claim for damages.

Guide to making redundancies

Redundancies are a harsh reality that many businesses may be forced to face and it is a difficult process for both employers and employees to go through. But with the right approach, the process can be made more transparent and fair which is likely to lead to a more positive response from both parties. If employers follow the correct process, it is also likely to reduce the risk of successful claims being made. This guide summarises the steps an employer will need to take when making redundancies.
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