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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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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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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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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