Paul started Landlord Action in 1999 when he saw that most solicitors were charging humungous fees for what is a relatively straightforward process. So he decided to do something about it.
The result is a very successful business which last September became an official legal ‘alternative business structure’ regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and with its own in house legal team.
At the same time (September 2013) I closed down my law firm, TJ Shepperson, to concentrate on Landlord Law and my other businesses.
Landlord Law provides a DIY eviction guide – it is very popular, but not everyone wants to DIY. So it seemed obvious that Paul and I should team up together.
This is what we have now done. You can now instruct Landlord Action via the Landlord Law site and get a £30 discount off your first invoice (assuming you are not an existing Landlord Acton customer).
The Complete Eviction Service
So the Landlord Law service can now help you – whatever you want eviction wise:
- If you want to DIY then my kit is what you want. You can read more about this here.
- If you want someone to do it all for you – then Landlord Action are the answer. They have a nationwide service and offer fixed fees for standard claims, not only for eviction but also for debt collection work if you want to chase up the rent arrears. Read about their service here
- If your situation is really complex, then specialist law firm Anthony Gold have all the expertise you need – even if your case goes up to the Supreme Court. Our fixed fee telephone advice service is the best way to start things off. Find out more about the Anthony Gold service here.
The link up with Landlord Action makes our eviction service complete. The main information page is here.
Note that I will be interviewing Paul in my next Landlord Law Live webinar which will take place on 3 July.
Find out more >> here.