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Stripes Solicitors has proudly retained its ranking as a Leading Law Firm in this years edition of the Legal 500, our 8th successive year.

Posted by Lynne on November 5th 2018
(banking finance, banking litigation, Business, Commercial Litigation, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, Commercial Property, commercial property and real estate, commercial property and real estate services, construction disputes and litigation, construction litigation and disputes, Corporate and Commercial, corporate and commercial solicitors, County Court Money Claim, Debt Recovery, dispute resolution, divorce, Employment, employment law, judgments and enforcements, late payment demand, letter before action, Litigation, Professional Negligence, terms and condtions, Uncategorized)

Managing Director, Andrew Stripe is delighted to announce that Stripes Solicitors has once again been recognised by the prestigious Legal 500 publication 2018/19 as a Leading Law Firm and with many of our practice area teams being individually recommended. Our Commercial Litigation team is highlighted in particular as “always quick to respond and gives clear […]

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Supreme Court rules in Mills v Mills: Enough is enough?

Posted by Lynne on July 19th 2018
(divorce)

The Supreme Court has ruled that a divorced husband should not have to increase payments to his ex-wife after she mismanaged her finances following their separation. The couple divorced in 2002 after a 15-year marriage, the wife received £230,000 in settlement of her capital claims against her husband and it was agreed that he would […]

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Stripes Solicitors has once more been recommended as a Leading Law Firm in the 2017 Legal 500 UK results

Posted by Lynne on June 22nd 2018
(divorce, Uncategorized)

We are delighted to confirm that we have been once more recommended as a Leading Law Firm in the 2017 edition of the Legal 500 and with many of our lawyers again being ranked as “Leading Individuals” in their respective fields.      

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21 Jan
What is a Statutory Demand?

A statutory demand is a written demand for payment of a debt, in a prescribed form, served on either: An individual, in accordance with section 268(1)(a) of the Insolvency Act 1986 (IA 1986). A company, in accordance with section 123(1)(a) or 222(1)(a) of the IA 1986. This practice note provides more detail (Statutory demands and […]

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