Personal Solictiors
Debt Recovery

Need advice on Debt Recovery (up to £100,000)?

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Help with Debt Recovery (up to £100,000)

We undertake all forms of debt recovery, both civil and commercial. For matters up to £100K  the fees range from £350 plus 20% VAT to £5000 plus 20% VAT

Below you will find a link to the Court service where you will be able to see the Court fees in order to issue the claims at Court and obtain CCJs. These are in addition to our fees.

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We offer legal advice for all your Debt Recovery needs. If you would like to contact us or book a consultation with a member of our team please fill in the 'Make an Enquiry' form or call us on 01795 472291 or email

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Debt Recovery Fee Scale

Letters Before Action:- 
£10.00 – 400.00 plus VAT*
*does not include review of documents, advice on merits or follow up correspondence and assumes only one invoice outstanding

Issuing Proceedings:-

On Judgment (Undefended i.e where defendant has not filed an Acknowledgement of Service or Defence):-

Where a matter is disputed and is listed for a hearing there will be an additional hearing fee applicable.

Small Claim Track where the amount is :

Time Scales

There is no typical debt recovery time scale. However, as an example, a typical debt recovery demand letter requires a company to respond within 7 days and a non-corporate individual to respond within 30 days.

The time scale will be impacted if we are required to issue a claim and if the other side pay promptly on receipt of any judgment issued by a court. If enforcement action is required, we will discuss the fees and timescales involved.

Key Stages

With every transaction there are key stages, which may vary according to individual circumstances. Our fee covers the following:

  • Taking your instructions and reviewing documentation
  • Undertaking appropriate searches
  • Issuing a letter before action requesting payment from the debtor
  • Receiving payment and sending this on to you
  • Drafting and issuing a claim form to the relevant court if the debt is not paid
  • Applying to the court to enter a Judgment in Default if the debtor fails to respond to court proceedings
  • Contacting the other side to request payment where a Judgment in Default has been issued by the court


How We've Helped People

As a client you feel confident that thay are always working in your best interests and will try to keep your legal expenditure to what is absolutely necessary. Given the legal complexities, they work hard to ensure that they explain things in a way that can be understood and is always careful to manage expectations.

I would have no hesitation in recommending Jarmans to family or friends to see if they could help with a legal issue.


Chris took the time to explain several items and offered some very good advice. I will definitely use them again.

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