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Hi I have been issued with a CCJ for an amount I owed a solicitor. The solicitor didn't complete the work and didn't do as they promised me when the property sale fell through I didn't receive a bill from them so just never thought about it. I live at an address that was unknown to the solicitor but used to live with a relative. The relative received a letter from the solicitor saying they wanted money. I said, fine, but send it back with my new address. I received a letter then at my new address which I have responded to via email, offering to pay a token amount each month until I am back on my feet financially. A CCJ has arrived at my previous address (post is seldom opened hence this problem with unseen letters). I might be moving back there but not sure yet, but if i do or don't I still want to avoid bailiffs at the door as I believe they can force their way in when doing CC enforcement?? Would anyone please be able to offer any advice in the event that the solicitor does not accept my offer - I only offered a few pound a month but happy to have review after a few months. thanks
Hi All, A few years ago I purchased approximately 10k if investment wine. The portfolio has done pretty well and is now worth at least £12k. The problem is, I went to contact the broker the other day to look into selling it all up and he has disappeared along with the wine. A little search shows he there was an insolvency winding up order 5th Feb 2016 and he's not answering any calls or messages. He's changed his surname on social media and hasn't been active in some time. Depressingly he was an old friend. I'm sure I can find him if I try hard enough but is there anything I can do once I track him down? If he wound up the company with that stock as assets, surely he has acted fraudulently? Could the same be said if he sold the stock in an attempt to bail out the company prior to the winding up order? If so, I would like to pursue that avenue. The family has money and would likely bail him out if threatened with a criminal offence. Any help, advice and suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.