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PROPERTY

Buying

owner occupation
buy-to-let
right to buy/shared ownership
Selling
Remortgage
Equity release/lifetime mortgages

Renting

leases
tenancy agreements
shared ownership
Boundary disputes
Neighbourhood disputes
Planning
Transfers of Equity
FAMILY LAW

Childcare

parental responsibility agreements/orders
child custody
access
care proceedings
adoption

Matrimonial
prenuptial agreements
cohabitation agreements
separation agreements
ancillary relief
domestic violence

Separation/Divorce
dissolution of marriage/civil partnership
distribution of property
maintenance
child support
injunctions

 

 


Resolution
Resolution lawyers sign up to a code of practice whereby we agree to deal with your matter in a sensitive way. A Resolution lawyer will not use inflammatory language either in letters to or in conversation with your former partner or their representative. Instead, we try to find the best solution for you with the least amount of fuss and stress. We try to limit the emotional upset insofar as we are able, and will:
conduct matters in a way which is both constructive and non-confrontational
avoid the use of inflammatory language both in letters and in conversations
retain professional objectivity throughout and respect for everyone involved
take into account the long term consequences of actions and communications by the client and by the representative as well as the short term implications
encourage clients to always put the best interests of the children first
emphasise to clients the importance of being open and honest in all dealings, and the potential consequences of non-co-operation
make clients aware of the benefits of behaving in a civilised way during the course of the matter
keep financial and children issues separate and never mentioning financial issues in the same letter as child-related issues
ensure that the client has a chance to consider balancing the benefits of any steps against the likely costs – financial or emotional
inform clients of the options available for dealing with their matter e.g. counselling, family therapy, round table negotiations, mediation, collaborative law and court proceedings.

 


WILLS & PROBATE
Wills
Probate
Powers of Attorney
Living Wills
Court of Protection/Public Guardianship Office applications
Contested wills
Succession claims
Trust deeds

COMMERCIAL LAW
Leases
Sales/purchases
Agricultural land
Contracts
Employer/employee relationship issues
Sale of goods
Debt Recovery 

CIVIL LITIGATION
Personal Injury Claims
motor accidents
tripping cases
accidents at work

Injunctions
harassment
stalking
freezing orders

County Court Proceedings
debt recovery
insolvency
contract

Landlord and Tenant
possession proceedings
claims for non-payment of rent

EMPLOYMENT LAW
Service contracts
Redundancy
Unlawful dismissal
Applications to the Employment Tribunal
Compromise agreements


                  
 
 
   

 
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