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Going to court

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We are unable to represent you in court, however we always aim to ensure that you are prepared for the hearing. There are a few matters where we can't do this, for example if you are taking a local authority to court over a parking ticket.

Most cases heard in the small claims court are held in a normal room within the court and not a court room.

Although we can advise on issues over the small claims limit, we cannot advise if the matter progresses to court, or is already subject to court proceedings.

If your matter does fall within the small claims procedure then we can advise you on all procedural aspects up to the court door.

Claims that may not be in the small claims court include financial claims over £10,000 in England, £3000 in Scotland and Northern Ireland, enforcement proceedings, injunctive proceedings and any other proceedings not within our general scope of advice.