Bankrupt

Monday 27 Oct 2014 - 04:52:10

Last time we looked at what’s involved in serving a statutory demand when someone owes you money. As promised, this week we are going to explain the next step in the process should the statutory demand not result in payment. What Is The Process Of Being Made Bankrupt? So you’ve served the Statutory Demand, waited […]

A Process Server Is Worth The Money

Friday 19 Sep 2014 - 09:09:23

The UK government has put a pot of money aside to help people pay for legal services and has been around since 1949. Before this there was something called Poor Man’s Laws, the fees of a court appointed counsel would be waived. Legal Aid is one of the many benefits of living in the UK. […]

Process Servers & Statutory Demands

Monday 6 Jan 2014 - 09:49:59

When serving Statutory Demands, our process servers have recently had to clarify the timings needed between the letter of appointment being sent out and the Bailiff / Investigator re-attending for service. The main provision concerning the time for service is found in the Practice Directions: Insolvency Rules [2000]. These state that “a first class pre-paid letter […]

Private Investigators & Process Serving

Saturday 16 Nov 2013 - 01:35:44

As a professional process serving company it never ceases to amaze and mystify us here at Alpha 1 Legal Services, particularly on a Friday. At approximately 4:30 in the afternoon, we will receive a stream of calls from solicitors, government departments and other agencies with a request to serve documents upon an individual or company, and […]