I had been totally ignored by the defendant. I sent the court papers drafted by Dean to the defendant. Within 24hrs I received full payment & a letter of apology. I am certain this was due to Dean's expert advice & document preparation." Mr P.R. (Preston, Lancs)
"I find your guides to be clearly written and helpful, just the job". Mr G.F. Worthing (West Sussex)
SMALL CLAIMS GUIDE PACK - £20.00 each
(includes FREE Debt Pre-Action Protocol Guide for business claims against consumers)
My guides can be bought individually, but you can also purchase a pack containing all guides
5 FOR THE PRICE OF 4.
This pack will help you to:
- Prepare a straight forward small claim for court action, while avoiding the traps many people and businesses encounter when running their own cases;
- Maximise your prospects of success;
- Prepare your legal documents properly and in accordance with the Civil Procedure Rules, thereby reducing the chance of legal challenges by your opponent, or sanctions by the court;
- Identify whether your claim will require EXPERT EVIDENCE, and if it does, show you how to obtain an EXPERT REPORT which will be acceptable to the court;
- Show you how to complete your Directions Questionnaire properly;
- Show you how to prepare your Witness Statement properly in order to maximise your prospects of success, (also includes a draft statement into which you simply type your text for a court compliant document).
Included are the following:
"PRE CLAIM PREPARATION GUIDE"
"THE CLAIM FORM - GETTING IT RIGHT" GUIDE
"DEFECTIVE VEHICLE GUIDE" (A guide to preparing expert evidence which can be used for any claim which requires such evidence - ie: defective vehicles/building/plumbing/web-design disputes, etc)
"DIRECTIONS QUESTIONNAIRE GUIDE"
"WITNESS STATEMENT DRAFTING GUIDE"
Finally - this pack includes a FREE guide which will help you to ensure that your Letter of Claim complies with the Debt Pre-Action Protocol.
*Separate law applies in Scotland and Northern Ireland, and these guides are not designed to cover disputes arising in those jurisdictions, unless either 1) the contract between the parties is governed by English/Welsh law, or 2) in the case of breach of statutory or common law duty, at least one of the parties to the dispute and the location where the dispute arose are in England or Wales. If in doubt, please email me and I will let you know whether they apply to your situation or not.
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