One to One…
We work closely with our clients
using a clear, no nonsense approach

lead generation

Two peas in a pod…
We’re an invaluable extension
of your marketing team


Three dimensional…
We approach your business from
all sides to see every angle.


Four seasons…
Whatever the weather, we’re your
long term partner for sustained success


Five senses…
We use all our senses, plus
the most important of all… common sense.


Sixth sense…
Our planning and foresight can
keep you ahead of the pack.


Seven days a week…
We’ll work around the clock
to ensure your business thrives.


Pieces of eight…
Our value for money services
will increase your profit.


The whole nine yards…
Our comprehensive services takes
the strain off day-to-day activities.


Ten out of ten…
We put in 100% to ensure
you get the best possible results

August 2012

Cashflow problems are getting worse for law firms as Britain’s economy struggles in the recession, new research has found.

According to a survey of firms, carried out by the Law Society’s Law Management Section (LMS), 40% experienced more cashflow pressures in the three months to August (2012) than in the previous quarter.

Of the 51 firms surveyed as many as a third said they had considered merging with another practice to ease their cashflow worries.

One in eight said they had injected extra money into the business, while a similar percentage admitted reducing partner salaries.

A third of practices said they were operating within 25%  of their overdraft limit, while one in six admitted operating within 10% of their limit on a regular basis.

Fareeda Jaleel, founder of FRJ Business and Marketing Solutions, said: ‘In these tough economic times it is vital that firms have a clear strategy and plan in place to ensure future growth.

‘It may be stating the obvious to say that firms need to understand their business model inside out in order to succeed, but so many don’t. It is not enough to simply muddle through because in a recession only those that have proper plans and goals for the future will survive.’