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About helenbackk

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  1. Hi all, Thanks for the advice. Work seem to have done a u turn and allowed my request although I have to work in a different work area. Incidentally, I was requesting to go back to my old working hours and pattern. In addition to this I was asking for term time. Anyway, it all seems to have sorted itself out now, and I am just so grateful for that it feels as though a weight has been taken off my shoulders. Well must go now, baby crying!
  2. Hi all, Just wondered whether anybody could provide me with any guidance. I am currently on mat leave and due to go back in work in Jan when my baby is 6 months old. I also have another young child. Prior to mat leave, I worked 32.5 hours a week from 07:30 to 14:30 so I could collect my son from school. I have applied to go back with these hours and also term time. My request for both have been refused and I am having to go through the grievance process and tribunal. Have tried the work life balance and the fact that the law states that I should be able to return to work ubder my old
  3. Thanks for the info guys. It's much appreciated. I suppose an extra £130 is nothing compared to what I will hopefully receive from the bank. I'll have to speak to them tho as I want to include the £250 fee in my claim.
  4. Hi all, I just have a quick question which I thought that you may be able to help me with. I have submitted my N1 claim to the courts. My claim is for £4997 bank charges and £1018 interest bringing thr total to 6015. I sent my fee to the court which I thought was £120 as the amount less interest is less than £5000. However I have received a letter requesting a further £130 as the total amount is more than £5000. I thought that I had read somewhere that the interest is not taken into account when assessing the court fees. Does anybody know? If I do have to pay the extra £130, will I b
  5. Hi all, This is the first time I have posted anything and I hope I am doing it right. Please excuse any typos but my keyboard is playing up. Firstly I would like to say that I have read lots of threads n this site everybody seem so friendly and so willing to help others. I am in the process of completing a hard copy N1 claim to my County Court as I have had no response to my LBA from Lloyds. I have completed most of it but am struggling with the value section on the first page. I am fine with the first bit but am confused about the bit fron '£xx.xx per day to deems just' and al
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