About SV Legal Training
With the recent changes to the small claims track and civil costs, we see more and more businesses dealing with court work themselves.
We are here to help and take away the mystery of the court system and to teach you how to use it.
We will give your business the knowledge and confidence to use the courts to collect payment of your invoices, including conducting a small claim trial before a Judge should a debt be disputed.
We teach online using webinars as they can be delivered to you quickly and cost effectively.
Hands On Experience
We will teach you and your business how to collect payment of unpaid invoices through the courts. The trainer at SV Legal Training has over ten years litigation experience of conducting business disputes, so you are in safe and experienced hands.
Teaching You The Essentials
It is useful to know your way about the court rules but you needn't be put off by the volume of information available. You won't need 99% of it for debt claims. We teach you the essentials and avoid over-complicating the process.
We know you are busy and we keep our courses to the point.
Putting You In Control
We will teach you how to deal with straight forward debt matters and small claims disputes, without having the cost and delay of using a solicitor or a debt recovery agency. Most businesses tell us they want to cut their legal bills if they can.
We take away the mystery and fear of the courts so you and your business can deal with your own debt claims and small claims matters independently and with confidence from issue, to trial, to enforcement.
We Are Not A Firm Of Solicitors
We teach you how to use the court system for straight forward debt claims to enable you and your business to carry out your own debt recovery. We also teach how to deal with small claims disputes.
SV Legal Training does not provide legal advice or advice on individual claims. We are not a firm of solicitors or regulated by the SRA. If you require advice on the merits or law applying to your claim, we recommend you obtain independent legal advice from a solicitor.