Services

Agricultural Law

We have many years’ experience in advising and assisting our clients in different aspects of agricultural law.
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Business and Partnerships

There are many legal aspects to running a business either as a sole trader or in partnership, and understanding the implications of these and ensuring that adequate arrangements are in place.
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Care Homes Planning

​With the incidence of people requiring residential care in old age increasing, taking steps to plan for the financial implications of this happening is becoming more important.
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Commercial Property

Buying an office building or industrial premises, taking or granting a commercial lease or looking to buy and develop land, it is important to obtain expert legal advice from experienced solicitors.
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Company Law

It is important to understand company law legal obligations and to ensure that the necessary steps are taken and procedures followed to meet these obligations.
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Conveyancing & Residential Property

For most people, buying or selling a house (known as the conveyancing process) is a major transaction and it is vital that at this time, you can rely on your solicitor to ensure things go smoothly and that your position is protected as either a buyer or seller.
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Inheritance Disputes

Sometimes when a close friend or relative dies, the settling of their affairs and administration of their estate may not go smoothly and there can be problems. When this happens, it is vital to obtain expert legal advice.
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Landlord and Tenant

​Whether you are a landlord or a prospective tenant, taking expert legal advice is imperative in ensuring that the terms of the tenancy agreement, licence or lease are drawn up to give you the necessary legal protection.
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Lasting Powers of Attorney and Deputyship

With an ageing population many people are now confronted with a situation in which an elderly parent or relative is no longer able to manage their affairs by themselves, whether due to reasons of physical frailty or mental incapacity.
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Matrimonial and Family Law

It is a sad fact of life that increasingly, more relationships and marriages are ending in separation or divorce. Many people have no choice but to face family breakdown and the difficult consequences that brings.
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Probate and Estate Administration

The period immediately after a person dies can be a traumatic and confusing time. Along with making arrangements for the funeral, the family is then faced with the daunting prospect of administering the deceased’s estate.
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Wills, Trusts and Estate Planning

Only one third of people in England have a will. Not only do people often put off making a will but they also have misconceptions about them. The fact is that if you die without a will it can leave serious problems for your family.
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