Marston Holdings supports the implementation of public policy with an ethical approach to delivering court order enforcement and corporate debt recovery services whilst treating people fairly. These services are delivered by a range of specialist businesses.
Court order enforcement in England and Wales is regulated by the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007, which sets fixed, clear and transparent fees for each stage of activity.
The training, expertise, size and geographic coverage of Marston’s enforcement agent network is unrivalled. We work with over 280 local authorities and central government departments to recover unpaid debts and fines on behalf of the taxpayer.
Marston’s award-winning vulnerability strategy includes a Samaritan-trained Welfare Support Team, and training developed with the support of the Money Advice Trust and the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
We process approximately 250,000 liability orders each year from a broad range of local authority types, areas and demographics. This informs data-led strategies to deliver tailored and appropriate solutions.
Marston has enforced unpaid criminal fines for forty years. We collect legal aid contributions on behalf of the Legal Aid Agency and also recover unpaid child maintenance.
We support the government, utilities and private sectors through the delivery of market leading integrated technology-enabled solutions from design and implementation to management and recovery
We take seriously our responsibility to the groups and individuals affected by what we do as well as the communities in which we work. Our ethical practices have won numerous awards and accreditations
Our opening hours are 8 AM to 8 PM Monday to Friday, 8 AM to 4 PM on Saturdays.
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