WHEN YOU NEED A SOLICITOR
We work closely with Vantage Legal Protect, another specialist contractor partner within our group, to offer contractor legal services to our clients provided by highly-qualified commercial law solicitors.
DIFFERENT BY NATURE
The help we offer through Vantage Legal Services is quite different from the advice you’d receive from a traditional law firm. The legal team truly understands the world of contracting and has tailored its services and approach to suit one person contractors and small businesses.
Vantage has represented a broad range of contractor clients, from the private, public and third sectors, including healthcare, charities and educational institutions. They are part of our family of business built for contractors and share the same values as QAccounting.
From IR35 To IT Contracts
Legal Services Offered
Acting for SMEs in commercial and consumer disputes including breach of contract in supply of goods and services contracts
Drafting commercial contracts and documents including settlement agreements and sale of goods
Commercial debt recovery and enforcement
Breach of Contract claims
Commercial and Civil disputes – Construction / Technology
- Commercial Advice Services agreements
- Consultancy agreements
- Director agreements
- Agency agreements
- Sale of goods/services, both B2B & B2C
- Hire agreements
- Restrictive Covenants
- Non-disclosure Agreements
- Intellectual property rights
- Distribution Agreements
- Consumer contracts
- Umbrella contracts
- IT contracts
- General contract and boiler plate clauses
IR35 legal implications
In-house training provided by fully qualified solicitors
Bespoke advice and training on GDPR
Are You Chasing Payments?
It goes without saying that being paid on time is vital to contractors and the smallest businesses. Through Vantage Legal Services, we can offer you a highly competitive and efficient debt recovery service to settle outstanding invoices. Here is a brief outline of the steps that will be done on your business’s behalf with our contractor legal services.
Step by Step
In some instances, a chaser letter can be enough to prompt a debtor to make payment
If the chaser letter is not successful, the next step will be to send a formal letter before action
Interest can be claimed in the letter before action subject to your Terms of Business
Claims relating to business to business debts can, subject to your Terms of Business, include a claim under the Late Payment of Commercial Debt Regulations
If the letter before actions proves unsuccessful, the next step you may wish to consider is commencing legal proceedings
Get in Touch
If you would like to arrange a consultation with Vantage Legal Services please feel free to complete the form below and we shall arrange a callback directly.