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What our clients say - business recovery

Our team business recovery solicitors pride themselves on achieving the best possible result for our clients, below is a range of comments from clients who have used our services. If you would like to speak us call on 01616 966 229 or complete our online enquiry form and a member of the team will contact you directly.​

“From the first meeting we were provided with a realistic assessment of our claim with a strategy to reach specific objectives. Communications at all stages were clear and concise.” - Gary McIlvenny, Focal Design Ltd

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"... listened to our situation with great empathy and professionalism. She advised us every step of the way explaining everything very clearly and provided us with the correct advice. We were kept updated on costs which enabled us to budget for a situation we would rather not have been in. I would not hesitate to use Stephensons again ..." - A satisfied client

"Stephensons have been providing our 24/7 legal helplines for over 4 years for our commercial and personal clients. We know from regular client feedback that the quality and breadth of advice delivered is both extremely high and effective and has been invaluable to many thousands of businesses and individuals" - John Mullin - Managing Director, Composite Legal Expenses

"I have worked with the Insolvency team at Stephensons Solicitors for a number of years and found them to be technically very strong and market leaders in the formal and contentious insolvency arena. The team... are extremely friendly, approachable, driven and with a hard work ethic and has good strength in depth. They come strongly recommended and I look forward to continuing to work with them in the future". Keith Algie - Restructuring and Recovery Director, Baker Tilly Restructuring and Recovery LLP

How will the UK Digital Markets, Competition & Consumers Bill affect B2C agreements?

On the 24th May 2024, the UK Digital Markets, Competition & Consumers Bill (DMCC) received royal assent and will come into effect from late 2024. The DMCC includes a number of new provisions and powers granted to the courts and the Competition and...

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Renters Reform Bill abandoned

Following the announced election on the 4th of July 2024, it appears that the Renters Reform Bill has now been abandoned after it failed to become law before parliament was prorogued. The Renters Reform Bill was introduced in order to fulfil the 2019...

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Business recovery team reorder

  • Louise Hebborn
  • Julie Hunter
  • Andrew Whitehead
  • Sophie Chilstone
  • Jade Fairhurst
  • Neil Marshall
  • Georgia Gaffney
  • Aaron O'Brien
  • Matthew Smith