The worst thing about running a small company is customer can become far too familiar. This could be a good thing if familiarity is part of your selling point. But a bad thing, if you would rather just get the job done! Collect your money! And say bye!
One of the issues with small companies is cash flow. You have the clients, but they just won’t pay!
So whether you have an individual customer who refuses to pay, a number of overdue invoices which are consuming too much time or you’re looking to outsource all or part of your credit control function. We are confident that we can assist you in this area, and chase all funds on your behalf. As well as take legal action against those that just refuse to pay.
Can we draft a letter for you that shows your professionalism? That clearly and effectively, uses the correct words in the correct context.
If you have a problem that needs to be communicated, we can write that letter and ensure that it identifies the issues at hand. Depending on the recipient, we can write a letter using the law, or subjectively brings their attention to the law.
Or, you may have an issue that you do not want to, or cannot afford to get a lawyer involved in. If so, we can research the area of law for you and construct a letter in favour or your concern.
SNDDO, provides this additional useful service, as we know running a business means you regularly need legal advice to ensure proper compliance, but it can also just be advice, not something that requires an actual solicitor. Therefore, we can communicate directly, about an important or complicated issue. We can demonstrate your concern in a way that is intended, yet non offensive, to avoid further complications.
A contract is an agreement reached between two or more parties which is legally enforceable when executed in accordance with specific requirements. Contracts should be project specific and reflect the agreement between the parties. Contracts are obviously a key part of every business and it is therefore fundamental that all parties to a contract understand the terms included in a contract and the rights and responsibilities of the parties under that contract.
Perhaps you want to check that you have covered all the relevant points required?
Or that it is suitable and compliant with your specific needs?
Or, maybe you are unsure if the contract is weighted too much in favour of the other side?
You may just want to know whether your contract conforms to current laws and regulations in the area it covers.
We can help with:
» Employment Documents
» Health and Safety
» Terms and Conditions
» Data Protection
» Confidentiality Agreement
» Consultancy Agreement
» Shareholder Agreement
We can assist you in this area and offer you that peace of mind that will keep you reassured.