Searching for the ideal solicitor starts here
In order to help you find the right solicitor or legal advice for you, we have provided this brief outline of what the different legal specialist areas are.
It designed to help you narrow the focus of your search down, so that you quickly get to the right legal advisers that can help with your individual situation.
There maybe times when you face difficult decisions regarding your family.
These may include:
Co-habiting as an unmarried couple
Getting a divorce
Child custody, maintenance and residence agreements
Seeking an injunction
It’s important to get expert legal advice to help you understand the legal implications of the choices you make. A Family Law specialist will help guide you through all the legal implications and aspects of an often difficult time in your life.
Immigration & Asylum
Becoming a UK citizen
Asylum and refugee claims
Migration status problems
Dealing with the Home Office
Seeking permanent residency
Immigration and asylum law can be complicated and it’s easy to run into legal difficulties without the expert advice.
Power of attorney
Court of protection cases
Wills and probate
The law regarding mental health is a specialist area, that you may need top seek help on. Especially if you, or someone in your care, needs legal guidance for mental health issues.
Buying a property
Selling a property
Remortgaging a property
Buying to let
Whenever you move, buy, rent or remortgage a property you will need professional help from a qualified conveyance
Road Traffic accidents
When you suffer ingoing pain following an accident
When you have had an accident at work
When you have suffered an injury but don’t have insurance
These are just some of the many cases a specials solicitor can help with. Any personal injury claim is a legal process designed to recover financial compensation for anyone who has suffered injury or harm by the actions of another person. Your specialist solicitor will guide you and your family through the process of making a claim and can also provide access to rehabilitation and medical support at the same time as fighting for compensation.
Medical and clinical negligence
Care home claims
Cosmetic surgery claims
Different to personal injury claims, medical and clinical negligence claims require the proof of two separate points. Firstly (FAULT), you must prove that that the healthcare professional failed in their duty to carry out their responsibilities to you. Secondly (AVOIDABLE HARM), you must also prove that this failure led directly to the position you now find yourself in.
Full time work
Part time work
Bullying or harassment
Whistle blower protection
Maternity / paternity
Stress at work
If you are facing a problem at work, then it’s vital that you get up-to-date and professional advice. Understanding your legal position and what you can do about what has, or is, happening is an important first step in getting through the stress caused by unfair or ambiguous treatment.