We are pleased to have been appointed by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) as one of four Intervention Agents acting on its behalf.
The SRA is responsible for the regulation of solicitors’ practices and solicitors across England and Wales and our role as Intervention Agent means that we are instructed to assist the SRA with the closure of firms through the Intervention Process.
The purpose of the Intervention Process is to ensure that public interests and the clients of the intervened firm are protected.
We appreciate that as a client affected by an unexpected closure of a law firm that you will have lots of questions, and it is hoped that the content below will help to provide a little more information about what has happened and what you should do next. Our role in the intervention process is to provide guidance and support for any clients affected by an intervention.
Should you have any queries please contact us at email@example.com.
Further information on interventions can also be found at the SRA’s website.