Business is ultimately about profit.  This principle forms the backbone of Taylor Law's Dispute Resolution and Avoidance service for Businesses...

Our busy schedules mean that we need our private lives to run smoothly.  This is our time to relax with family and friends.  We expect the best from our suppliers and service providers.   But this doesn't always happen.  When things go wrong Taylor Law are here to help...

PRIVATE CLIENTS - Debt Advice

 

Debt problems can develop for a variety of reasons, for example because of an income and expenditure imbalance over a sustained period; or because of a sudden and unexpected loss of income.  Everyone with debt problems faces their own unique circumstances.

 

At Taylor Law we are attuned to potential causes of financial difficulty.  We are equally versed in the options available to address them. We will talk through the issues with you and advise on the appropriate solutions. These may include:

 

  •  Individual Voluntary Arrangements (I.V.A.s) with your creditors to repay debts within a certain time-frame
  • Debt Arrangement Schemes - with Money Advisor who will manage your debts for you.
  • Trust Deeds  -  or legal agreements with a licensed insolvency practitioner, who will put together a repayment proposal for you creditors.
  • Bankruptcy - where all your assets are taken into the control of a Trustee and used to pay your debts

 

We will assist you in implimenting your chosen strategy.  With our help, you may make the transition to a situation where your finances are manageable.

 

Please contact us if you are facing debt worries.

 



Read about the latest developments at Taylor Law

Read the latest business news from the BBC

UK government hits borrowing target
The UK government borrowed £107.7bn in the financial year to April 2014, lower than the amount it borrowed the previous year.
EU in slow progress on deficit cuts
EU member countries have cut new government borrowing, but total debt continues to rise, European Commission figures show.
Primark to open its first US stores
Clothing retailer Primark is to open its first US stores, beginning with a 70,000 sq-ft shop in Boston.
FA hit by drop in broadcast money
The Football Association was hit by a £34m drop in broadcasting rights income last season compared with 2011-12.
Renewable energy projects approved
Eight renewable energy projects, expected to support 8,500 jobs, are given the green light by the government.
Property sales continue to pick up
UK property sales were 19% higher in March than the same month a year ago as buyers continued to return to the market, figures show.
Boeing revenues and deliveries rise
Boeing's revenues rise 8% to $20.5bn (£12.2bn) in the first quarter, driven by an increase in commercial aircraft deliveries.
Patisserie Valerie plans share sale
The owner of the Patisserie Valerie cafe chain becomes the latest firm to plan a stock market flotation, with its listing set to raise £33m.
Flybe in London City Airport deal
Flybe is to offer flights to and from London City Airport after signing a five-year deal.
Energy switching numbers 'still low'
Nearly two-thirds of people have never switched energy supplier - a process that could save them £200, says the energy regulator, Ofgem.
Australia to buy 58 new F-35 jets
Australia approves the purchase of 58 new F-35 fighter jets worth 12.4bn Australian dollars ($11.5bn; £6.8bn).
London Market Report
Shares in AB Foods jump 9% after it announces its Primark clothing chain will launch in the US, but the FTSE 100 falls back.
Firms warned on 'ridiculous' pay
Britain's top companies have been warned to exercise caution on executive pay by Vince Cable as they prepare to set next year's awards.
'Irresponsible' holiday ad banned
A television advert for Center Parcs is banned for "irresponsibly" encouraging parents to take holidays during term time.
GM seeks to bar some ignition cases
General Motors asks a US court to bar some lawsuits relating to its recall over faulty ignition switches.
Monster Inc: Nessie advice for firms
Businesses in the Highlands have been offered free advice on how they can cash in on the Loch Ness Monster myth.
Small print 'longer than a novel'
Small print on some car insurance policies has a higher word count than George Orwell's novel Animal Farm, a consumer website has found.
Danger of London's 'hidden homes'
Thousands of people in London are living in hidden homes - often in disturbing conditions - because they cannot afford to live elsewhere.
'A third' can't afford healthy food
High food prices mean a third of UK adults are struggling to afford to eat healthily, a survey by the British Heart Foundation suggests.
Lethal chainsaws among port seizures
"Lethal" chainsaws and dangerous toy dolls were among more than a million unsafe goods that have been seized at the UK's ports and borders.
Three Scots universities leave CBI
Three Scottish universities become the latest organisations to quit the CBI over its stance in the Scottish independence referendum debate.

Visit our social media websites

facebook icon twitter icon linkedin icon youtube icon

solicitors and consultants
lawyers fife

We offer specialist assistance and knowledge to solicitors and other professional consultants, whether in a large city firm or a small rural practice.  We can do so in a variety of ways:

more
Taylor Law is the trading name of Taylor Law Limited,
Registered No. SC355902 | Registered Office: 3 Castle Court, Carnegie Campus,
Dunfermline, Fife, KY11 8PB | Regulated by the Law Society of Scotland