We offer a wide range of legal skills including all those that might be expected from a City firm.
We have extensive experience in advising on:
Family Law including Divorce, Marital Breakdown, Childcare, Cohabitation, Civil Partnership, Financial Settlements and Negotiation.
All aspects of Employment both contentious and non-contentious.
Company and Commercial Law.
Property Law including Landlord and Tenant, Commercial and Residential Conveyancing.
Wills, Trusts and Probate.
Our team are approachable,organised, and enthusiastic with a quality of service that is uncompromising. All clients are treated with the same high standard of professionalism, regardless of status, sex, race, or religion.
At present the practice has a diverse client base, from individuals to trust corporations and, whilst client satisfaction results in repeat business, we pride ourselves on the high proportion of other work recieved via personal recommendations from existing clients.
We are a member of the Law Society’s Family Law Accreditation scheme.
We provide sound legal advice on all aspects of marital breakdown from divorce to more complex financial disputes or stressful child care proceedings.
Divorce / separation
Division of assets in high net worth and complex cases
Contact in relation to children
Disputes between unmarried couples and civil partners
The prospect of divorce action can be daunting but the process need not be difficult with the right professional advice. We take care to explain all the options and consequences at every stage, from the initial meeting to the conclusion of the matter.
We offer experience and expert advice in all areas of family law. All advice is confidential and sympathetically given.
We have considerable experience in dealing with all types of property transactions, both commercial and residential.
We advise and act on the sale or purchase of private, investment or development property.
We have extensive experience in advising leaseholders and freeholders in all aspects of leasehold extension and collective enfranchisement.
We advise in relation to:
Commercial leases and renewals
Conveyancing; Residential and Commercial
Landlord and tenant
Mortgages and re-mortgages
Private sales and purchases
We advise in all areas of property law and are there to help you avoid potential problems and to protect your interest at every step, from making an offer to collecting the keys to the door.
Wills, Trusts and Probate
We provide a full range of advice on trusts and estate planning, individually tailored to each client’s specific needs.
We are able to advice on the drafting of wills, individual inheritance tax schemes and trusts, as well as powers of attorney.
We advise on:
Wills including inheritance tax planning
Powers of Attorney including Lasting Power of Attorneys
Probate and estate administration
Trust creation and management
It is particularly important to make a Will if you are not married or are not in a registered civil partnership. This is because the law does not automatically recognise cohabitants as having the same rights as husbands, wives and civil partners.
A Will is also vital if you have children or dependants who may not be able to care for themselves.
Power of Attorney is a legal way of giving someone else the power to manage your financial affairs when it is difficult for you to manage them yourself, perhaps because of a physical disability.
Lasting power of attorney goes one step further than an ordinary power of attorney because it carries on, or ‘lasts’, even after you have become unable to manage your affairs — whether temporarily or permanently, or because of an illness.
We do not believe in taking cases to court unnecessarily and strive for a commercial solution to our client’s interest.
However when negotiation fails or is inappropriate we are also able to protect our client’s interests.
We advise in relation to:
Landlord and tenant disputes
Mortgage repossession and recoveries
The relationship between employer and employee is vital to the success of any business.
In such an environment it is essential that both employer and employee are properly advised and understand their respective rights and obligations.
We advise in relation to:
Contracts of employment
Redundancy and unfair dismissal
Termination and compromise agreements
Wrongful dismissal and contractual disputes
We work with you to identify the best strategy for you and your business, be that litigation, negotiations or mediation. We will work carefully with you to draw up a strategy and process that minimises the potential of litigation avoiding unnecessary costs.
We represent employees at all levels in legal disputes. We will work carefully with you to ensure that you do not waste unnecessary time or money on litigation by negotiating with your employer to achieve an appropriate settlement.
Company and Commercial Law
We provide sound legal advice appropriate to each client’s needs, whether they be sole traders, partnerships, family businesses, private or public companies.
We advise in relation to:
Company formation and reconstruction
Share sales and purchases
Setting up a business should be an exciting process. But without the right advice it can also be a minefield, particularly where legal matters are concerned. Clearly prevention is better than cure. Getting legal advice at the start means that you can avoid crisis. We can help you identify possible problems and take steps to prevent them — protecting your business from risk.
Charity Law is complex and it is important to obtain sound legal advice.
We have expertise to guide you through the broad range of legal, regulatory and practical issues affecting charities, ‘non for profit’ organisations and charitable trusts.
Charity and Charitable company formations
Charity property matters
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