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Diane Rose

Diane is a Paralegal, having attended Strathclyde University and completed courses in Civil Court Procedure and Family Law. She has been qualified for over 15 years in Civil Court Practice. Diane co-ordinates our debt recovery department.

She is involved in all aspects of debt recovery, including raising small claim/summary cause and ordinary cause actions in the Sheriff Court and the enforcement of Decrees obtained. Our Debt Recovery Team act on behalf of a number of Housing Associations and Property Managers and Diane is the direct contact for many of these clients. Diane also has experience in appearing the Sheriff Court in relation to heritable actions relating to termination of tenancies and the recovery of outstanding rent. She also attends Court for Diets of Assessments and appears before the Auditor of Court in relation to Taxations.

She also has experience in some Family Law matters including simplified divorce procedure and the drafting of Minutes of Agreement. She completed her Family Law Paralegal Course in 2005.

Diane is a member of the Scottish Society of Specialist Paralegals, having become a member when the Society was founded in conjunction with Strathclyde University and CLT Scotland.

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