Where are you on the small claims court process?
1Just getting started
2Building your case
3Starting court action
5Final hearing in court
Just getting acquainted with the small claims process?
Building your case
Building your case yourself
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Starting court action
Starting court action and not sure what happens next?
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Are you waiting for your court timetable?
Not sure what happens next?
- Check the small claims overview
- I need help completing the directions questionaire
- What evidence do I need?
- Do I need expert evidence?
Do you have a final hearing in court and need representation?
Representing yourself but need help organising your case documents?
For a fixed fee of £300 inc VAT Small Claims Portal:
- Organise your docs ready for court to increase your chances of winning
- Papers will be organised into sections, pagniated and in electronic form
- You will then be able to produce a copy for you, the Judge and your opponent
- This will mean everyone will seemlessly turn to the same document when you refer to a page
I need a barrister to represent me in court
For a fixed fee of £999 inc VAT Small Claims Portal provide:
- Expert barristers to represent you in court on your court date
- Document bundle for you and your Barrister to use at the Final Hearing
- Urgent hearings can be covered for an additional fee
- Improve your chances of winning with a professional advocate representing your case
English is not my first language
If you do not understand English well, or if you are deaf or hard of hearing, you should inform the court and an interpreter will be sought. If you are deaf or hard of hearing, you will always be...
Should I use a McKenzie Friend...
You should be clear that a McKenzie Friend and a Litigation Friend are very different. A Litigation Friend is someone who acts for and represents a child or a protected party (i.e., a vulnerable...