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Fraud - For Defendants FAQs

Want to know more about fraud from the perspective of a defendant? Read our frequently asked questions.

Wills, Trusts and Inheritance Disputes FAQs

This page sets out a number of Frequently Asked Questions in relation to Wills, Trusts and Inheritance disputes as well as a glossary of terms.

Landlord and Tenant

Our established Real Estate team has acted for landlords and tenants for many years, building up considerable knowledge in this area.

Working with You and Other Professionals

We will work with you in ways that best suit your needs. That may involve us guiding and advising you in the background or representing you and fighting your corner in the courts. If required, we will call on additional support from other trusted professionals

Brexit

The vote in favour of the UK leaving the European Union has created uncertainty and given rise to a lot of unanswered questions.

UK Visas for Partners and Children

If you are a British citizen or living in the UK with indefinite leave to remain, we can help you obtain a visa for your partner and children to join you in the UK if they are based overseas or assist with an application for them to remain with you if already living in the UK.

Property Matters

Taking on commercial space, relocating or looking to protect your property interests, we can help.

Professional accountancy bodies' disciplinary processes: FAQs

These frequently asked questions aim to answer some of the common queries asked by members of accountancy bodies when they are faced with a disciplinary investigation.

Divorce Process

On the breakdown of a marriage we will advise you through the divorce process, financial arrangements and with any issues relating to your children.

Compensation for Sexual Abuse Claims

Whether you are a victim of sexual abuse or an individual defending such allegations, you may need legal advice.

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