Services

Legal Services

We offer a wide range of legal services and advice to our clients – adding value to their business and personal affairs.

Our practice areas include commercial and residential property, company and commercial, dispute resolution, litigation, insolvency, wills, trusts, family and other private client services.

With specific experience in complex and high-value litigation in the UK and abroad, we advise and assist our clients on a comprehensive range of legal matters.

Business Immigration
Under construction. For any queries on business immigration, please contact Tessa Fry.
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Commercial and Residential Property
The Commercial and Residential Property Department serves the needs of both private and corporate clients based in the United Kingdom and overseas
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Company and Commercial
The Company and Commercial team acts for a wide range of clients including companies, partnerships, sole traders
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Employment
Under construction. For any queries on employment, please contact Tessa Fry.
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Family
The Family Department has the expertise and experience to assist you with relationship breakdowns (including divorce and same sex marriages, civil partnership dissolutions and unmarried couples), matrimonial finance claims, provision for children (whether related to contact, residence, parental responsibility or maintenance), pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements, cohabitation disputes, trusts of land and injunctions (including non-molestation and occupation orders as well as freezing applications).  We're easy to find and are close to Baker Street and Marylebone stations in the West End of London.
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Litigation and Dispute Resolution
The Litigation and Dispute Resolution team has a wealth of experience in dealing with a wide range of commercial
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Private Client
Our areas of expertise include the following: • Wills and Estate planning including Statutory Wills and Wills for the disabled
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Wills & Probate
Wills & Probate is the process involved in dealing with a person’s assets (their estate) on or after their death.
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