In the Press | Using the small claims court to recover money your business is owed

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Amanda Hamilton, CEO of National Association of Licensed Paralegals
Amanda Hamilton

 

We wrote a guide for Small Claims Court for Small Business Insider. This is part of our continued efforts to raise the profile for Paralegals. 

 

You can action the entire process above without the help of a solicitor. However, if you feel you do need a bit of extra advice or support then consider using a Paralegal. Paralegals are less costly than a solicitor and can help you in exactly the same way as a solicitor would. Check that your chosen Paralegal is registered with a membership body like NALP, and holds the relevant Paralegal qualifications and insurance.

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Amanda Hamilton, CEO of National Association of Licensed Paralegals
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