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Law firms can specialise in a wide range of areas. It is important that we explain our areas of expertise, in order to differentiate ourselves and attract new clients.

We practice in a diverse range of areas, from commercial, propriety, family, and criminal law though to litigation, we offer a comprehensive service to assist our clients with their legal needs.

Criminal Law

Our criminal litigation practice includes work on behalf of individual and institutional clients in numerous law enforcement and regulatory investigations, criminal prosecutions, and internal investigations.


The purchase of an apartment or house either as a home or investment is one of the most important single investments a person is ever likely to make. Sound legal advice, guidance and representation throughout the conveyancing process is essential in order to obtain the best terms possible prior to exchange of contracts. We take pride in the expertise of our friendly, approachable conveyancing team who are dedicated to offer you as a vendor or purchaser comprehensive, straightforward and practical advice and guidance at every stage of the conveyancing process. By focusing on your interests and needs, our conveyancing team strives hard to avoid as far as possible, the stress and difficulties which tend to be associated with conveyancing in an efficient and cost effective manner and to protect your interests throughout any transaction. We deal with all aspects of residential Freehold and Leasehold conveyancing, including re-mortgaging, transfers of equity and equity release schemes.

Family and Separation

We provide constructive advice and support if your relationship is breaking down. Our advice covers all aspects of divorce and relationship breakdown, including financial arrangements and issues involving children such as residency and contact. We deal with all aspects of marital and relationship breakdown quickly, sympathetically and cost-effectively.


The only way to ensure that your dependants are provided for in the event of your death is to write a legally enforceable Will. We listen carefully to your wishes and concerns and work with you to prepare a document that takes full account of your financial status and that of your dependants.


Probate is the legal process which confirms that a deceased's will is valid. When authorities determine that a deceased's will is enforceable, a grant of probate is issued to the executor, which confirms that they have the legal authority to deal with the assets of the estate of the deceased, in accordance with their wishes.