Services for Central government
Acting on behalf of taxpayers to recover outstanding fines, unpaid taxes and child maintenance arrears, we provide HMCTS, HMRC, Child Support Agency, DWP, the Legal Aid Agency and the DVLA, with ethical and integrated court order compliance.
Her Majesty's Courts & Tribunals Service
HMCTS is responsible for the administration of the criminal, civil and family courts and tribunals in England and Wales. They are also responsible for non-devolved tribunals in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Her Majesty’s Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS) was created in April 2011. It brought together Her Majesty’s Courts Service and the Tribunals Service into one integrated agency as part of the Ministry of Justice.
It provides for a fair, efficient and effective justice system delivered by an independent judiciary.
Her Majesty's Revenue & Customs
Her Majesty's Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is the UK's tax authority and is responsible for making sure that the money is available to fund the UK’s public services and for helping families and individuals with targeted financial support.
Legal Aid Agency
The Legal Aid Agency (LAA) provides both civil and criminal legal aid and advice in England and Wales.
Its work is essential to the fair, effective and efficient operation of the civil and criminal justice systems.
Each year, they help more than two million people to deal with their legal problems. Their responsibilities include making more legal aid services from solicitors, barristers and the not-for-profit sector are available to the general public.
Child Support Agency
The Child Support Agency (CSA) aims to ensure that non-resident parents contribute financially to the upkeep of their children.
Student Loans Company
The Student Loans Company is a non-profit making government-organisation set up in 1989 that provides loans and grants to students studying at universities and colleges throughout the UK.
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) is responsible for maintaining registers of drivers and vehicles in Great Britain.
The information helps them to improve road safety, reduce vehicle-related crime, support environmental initiatives and limit vehicle tax evasion.
The agency organises collection of vehicle excise duty, issues driving licences, and helps police and intelligence authorities deal with vehicle related crime.
The DVLA is an executive agency sponsored by the Department for Transport. It is based in Swansea, South Wales with a network of offices around Great Britain.