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Agricultural

This includes the usage and ownership of land used for horticulture, fruit/ seed growing, dairy farming; the breeding and keeping of livestock, the use of land as grazing land, osier land, market gardens or nursery grounds; and the use of land for woodlands where that use is ancillary to the farming of land for other agricultural purposes.

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Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)

Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is to assist in settling a disagreement over the supply of goods or services and are unable to come to a compromise through negotiation, conciliation, arbitration or adjudication. It is an alternative method of tackling legal conflicts which avoids going to court. Our litigation lawyer can advise you of the differences and required steps to solve your case.

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Aviation

Aviation law covers almost all aspects of air travel, flight, aircraft navigation, airport operation, safety and maintenance and their regulations. An aviation lawyer can provide you with expert advice on the purchase or sale of a private jet or light aircraft, financing, contractual or an insurance-related matter.

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Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy is one way for individuals to deal with debts they can't pay and an experienced solicitor can help you through the bankruptcy process of making sure your assets are shared among those you owe money to (creditors) which lets you make a fresh start free from debt (with some restrictions)

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Children

Children law covers all issues around children and family law, including personal relationships, relationship breakdown and children in the context of divorce or separation, plus children in public law and cross-border disputes. Disputes concerning children can present you with some very challenging decisions in your life from your child's immediate welfare and safety.

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Civil Litigation

Civil litigation is also known as dispute resolution. It is a process where numerous disputes are covered by this branch of law and involves each party trying to prove their case on a balance of probabilities, usually in front of a judge. A lawyer will facilitate litigation at all levels of court from bankruptcy, debt recovery, defamation to personal injury litigation.

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Civil Partnerships

A civil partnership is a legal relationship which can be registered by two people of the same sex who aren't related to each other. Hire a lawyer to get expert legal advice and support you through the process and to ensure your assets and other valuables are protected as it may have an effect on you and your family for many years to come.

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Clinical Negligence

If you require compensation from medical treatment or a dispute that may have impacted negatively on your health and/ or daily life

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Commercial / Business Law

Commercial law or / Business law can be thought of as trade law, is the body of law that applies to the rights, relations, and conduct of businesses (and often people) engaged in commerce, merchandising, trade, and sales of both goods and services. Commercial law is a branch of civil law and frequently deals with matters involving a business / contractual relationship. Legal matters include drafting contracts and agreements, sale documentation, purchases, agency schemes, carriage by land and sea, guarantee; insurance generally, negotiable instruments and partnership documentation.

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Commercial Conveyancing

Focus on transferring the ownership of properties and land specifically designated for business purposes. A commercial conveyancer can help you in the buying and selling of office space, restaurant or industrial unit and with leasing agreements or planning permission in making sure that all financial transactions are carried out correctly.

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Commercial Law

Commercial law or Company Law, is the law which regulates the sale and purchase of goods and services, when doing business in the United Kingdom. This term is an umbrella for many legal subjects such as relating to contracts, consumer credit, insurance, tax and partnerships. Commercial Law is thus an amalgam of common law, statute and even equity.

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Commercial Litigation

Commercial litigation is a situation where one company takes legal action against another to resolve a dispute like a breach of contract, employment disputes, or mergers and acquisitions. Get specialised lawyers to help with your dispute as commercial litigation is often highly intricate and will advise whether your argument needs to go to court.

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Consumer Credit

Consumer Credit lawyers handle cases in relation to debts regulated under the Consumer Credit Act 1974, which includes cases about many loans, credit cards, mortgages and mail order accounts. Consumer credit lawyers can take on cases about personal or household debts as well as claims against money lenders for issues such as mis-selling, malpractice or harassment. They may also provide legal services on cases against other firms regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

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Consumer Rights

As a consumer you have certain rights when purchasing good s and services. Lawyers in this field will be able to support you with disputes such as credit and store cards faulty goods, counterfeit goods, poor service, contracts, rogue traders and so on

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Conveyancing

The process of transferring the ownership of property and legal title from one person to another. Whether you're the buyer, the seller, it's a residential or commercial property, your selected lawyer/conveyancer will represent you through the process and take care of your legal duties in making sure all the steps are taken succinctly and professionally in the best way possible.

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Copyright

Copyright lawyers, patent attorneys and trademark attorneys work to protect their clients' intellectual property assets. Technical solutions to technical problems are deemed to be inventions, usually protectable via patents that provide their proprietor with the exclusive right to stop others working in the claimed area for a period of usually up to 20 years. Preparing a patent specification is a highly specialised task requiring particular scientific/technical expertise and knowledge combined with an understanding of the complex application procedures

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Corporate Law

Corporate law deals the formation and operations of corporations/business and often relates to the application of commercial and contract law. Corporate legal work will often involve incorporation of companies, directors’ and shareholders’ rights, articles of association, board meeting documentation, secretarial matters and the public listing or delisting of companies through to acting on mergers and acquisitions (M&A) plus restructuring of corporate entities (leading into bankruptcy/liquidation). Frequently corporate lawyers will help clients to list on stock exchanges across the world, secure finance from private equity players and venture capitalists.

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Court Claims

The default method of resolving significant commercial disputes in England and Wales is by way of High Court litigation, usually in a division of the High Court known as the Business and Property Courts. The system is adversarial in nature, and your litigation lawyer can take you through the necessary steps to get compensation or your money back.

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Criminal Law

If you are charged with a criminal act, such as fraud, motoring offences, violent conduct, drug conviction, manslaughter, murder, identity fraud, ABH/GBH, financial crime, firearms or trafficking; a specialist criminal lawyer is required. Minor allegations can sometimes have long-lasting consequences on your life and liberty. Hiring a criminal lawyer will help to apply for bail, provide expert legal assistance and a successful defence.

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Debt & Debt Recovery

Where consumers/ companies are awaiting payment for goods or services, Usually, legal action is required after the' letter before action' (LBA) is sent to the debtor

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Defamation

Defamation lawyers step in to protect your reputation, brand or image when it's attacked – or is in danger of being attacked. They have an in-depth understanding of defamation law and defences available and act for those accused of slander or libel and people or organisations that are the victims of defamatory statements

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Dispute Resolution

This generally incorporates alternative means to achieve a resolution, utilising a range of processes to resolve disputes between parties, including negotiation and mediation

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Divorce

If you are considering petitioning for divorce, or have received a petition for divorce, a specialist divorce and separation lawyer is needed. Contact a divorce lawyer who can provide advice tailored to your situation through a careful and thorough process of discussion. Your lawyer will be on your side and will do all to achieve a fair settlement; even focusing on child custody cases; through negotiations, or court action, if necessary.

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Domestic Violence

Domestic abuse can take a variety of forms - physical, emotional, financial or sexual. As well as directly affecting the parties involved, it can also have huge repercussions on family, friends and children. Contact a lawyer to apply for a court order to protect you from further violence or harassment and stop the perpetrator from coming near you or your home.

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Drink Driving

Drink driving refers to operating a motor vehicle while one's blood alcohol content is above the legal limit set by the state, which is the level at which a person cannot drive safely. To avoid facing a fine or a ban, a drink driving lawyer can give you the right advice before attending court and successfully defend your drink driving case.

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Drug Offences

The laws controlling drug use are complicated, and an experienced solicitor will know the three main statutes regulating the availability of drugs in the UK: The Misuse of Drugs Act (1971), The Medicines Act (1968) and The Psychoactive Substances Act (2016). A lawyer can help to prove your innocence or reduce your sentence. You must engage a competent criminal lawyer to support you and give the right legal advice.

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Education

Education Law solicitors can assist in all areas of law associated with education from admissions, exclusions, and special education needs to discrimination claims or judicial review of decisions made by the authorities. If your child is a victim of bullying, discrimination, or requires special educational needs and disability, contact a lawyer as the legal process can be very distressing and daunting.

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Employment

Employment law regulates the relationship between employers and employees. If you have staff or employer issues such a breach in an employment contract, HR & Employment Solicitors are qualified to assist. Contact a lawyer if you are getting bullied or harassed in the workplace. They can have a devastating effect on you and your health as they are quite subtle and may come from individuals or groups of people over a period of time.

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Family Law

Family law encompasses divorce, adoption, wardship, child abduction and parental responsibility. A family lawyer can provide legal advice on different issues like child custody in a divorce case or international family matters. They can handle your case with sensitivity and offer solutions on all family matters to get the best outcome for you.

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Financial Services

Financial services law refers to the laws and regulations that govern the services and transactions of investment banks, hedge funds, investment advisers, insurance carriers, brokerages and trading firms, securities and futures exchanges, self-regulatory agencies, business entities issuing securities, and consumer finance businesses

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Fraud

If you have committed, conspired or been the victim of fraud, then access to an experienced Fraud Lawyer is imperative. Or facing a financial allegation can be quite distressing if you have never been in trouble before. Find a fraud solicitor with extensive experience with cases such as fraud by abuse of position, failure to disclose, or if you have been prosecuted by HMRC.

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Goods & Services

If the quality standards of acquired goods or services are not fit for purpose or as described, then your qualified solicitor will be able to advise you of any possible recourse. You can claim against the person or business that sold you the item or service. A consumer dispute lawyer can guide you through making a claim or advise if you have an ongoing claim.

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Human Rights

Human rights are the basic rights and freedoms that belong to every person in the world. In the UK human rights are protected by the Human Rights Act 1998, and your legal representative can advise you accordingly

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Immigration

Immigration lawyers provide advice and guidance for matters such as visa applications, citizenship, naturalization, deportation issues, and employment for non-citizens. Many immigration lawyers also handle matters involving an interaction between immigration and criminal laws.

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Insolvency

Insolvency lawyers try to save businesses through turnaround and restructuring. Corporate insolvency and personal insolvency often include the following activities: Business Turnaround, Company Administration, Creditors Voluntary Liquidation (CVL), Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA), Receivership, LPA Receivership, Members Voluntary Liquidation (MVL) - solvent liquidation, Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA) and Bankruptcy.

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Intellectual Property

If you have a matter concerning United Kingdom trademark law, this part of English property law regards the rights of intangible but valuable information or rights. Contact an intellectual property lawyer to establish and protect intellectual property such as a registered design rights, copyright or even domain names registered abroad.

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International Law

This can refer to the set of rules, agreements and treaties that are binding between countries. However within this category we also include Private International Law and International Business Law. Private International Law includes private legal disputes and interactions that have a foreign element, such as a cross border divorce case or residential property transaction. International Business Law includes all transactions of a business or commercial nature if more than one country is involved.

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Judicial Review

Judicial review is a particularly important aspect of the constitutional settlement in the UK. It is a process, a court case, where a judge or judges decide whether a public body has behaved lawfully

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Land & Property

A property lawyer facilitates how an owner of land, property and/ or chattels, may use it or moderate how others do so; whether residential or commercial. Contact a property lawyer that can assist you in the buying and selling of real estates, drawing up contracts between tenants and landlords or the applications of rights of access/rights of way.

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Landlord & Tenant

This includes elements that conveyancers will share as this focuses on the legal rights and duties of landlords and tenant. If you have to draw up a lease agreement or extension, rent deposit, authorised guarantee agreement or licences, contact a lawyer that can provide advice in the knowledge that you are in safe hands.

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Lasting Power of Attorney

Where illness or injury has impaired your ability to make or communicate decisions on your own, lasting power of attorney (LPA) is a legal document that permits you to appoint one or more people (known as 'attorneys') to assist you with these decisions or to make decisions on your behalf. If you wish to discuss your Lasting Power of Attorney, contact a lawyer to make sure your welfare is looked after.

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Litigation

Litigation specialist lawyers can assist with a range of civil disputes. If you have a disagreement with your landlord or over a property, a defective product or poor service, contact a lawyer to get the best legal advice. Your lawyer can also claim compensation and making sure they get the right outcome for you.

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Mediation

Mediation is a process where disputes and issues arising from divorce or separation can be resolved in an amicable and constructive manner, avoiding the need for often costly and prolonged court proceedings

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Mental Health Law

Mental Health lawyers are specialists in advising people who have a mental illness and need help for a mental health tribunal, at the police station or at court. These expert solicitors will cover a range of related areas of law such as housing for treatment or care, dealing with criminal issues and complex healthcare claims.

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Mergers & Acquisitions

Acquiring another company or merging two companies brings into play a vast number of rules and regulations relating to the correct processes to undertake and the margins with which to manoeuvre. Mergers & Acquisitions is a subsection of Commercial law.

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Military

Your selected lawyer can advise on all aspects of forces law, including military injury, Courts Martial, house purchases, wills, employment law, family and divorce issues

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Motoring

Motor crime solicitors can provide you with expert representation from severe offences to more minor charges. If you plead guilty to a motoring offence, you may face disqualification or fine. Motoring crimes include drink driving, dangerous driving, traffic light offences, drug driving offences, speeding fines, mobile phone offences or careless driving offences. Totting up points on your license can also lead to disqualification.

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Neighbour Disputes

Disputes can arise with your neighbours for many reasons, and it's often hard to know what to do to resolve them. A legal representative could help you with issues such as noisy neighbours, boundary disputes or statutory nuisances. Contacting a lawyer with neighbour dispute experience will help resolve your disputes amicably most quickly and cost-effectively.

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Patents

Copyright lawyers, patent attorneys and trademark attorneys work to protect their clients' intellectual property assets. Technical solutions to technical problems are deemed to be inventions, usually protectable via patents that provide their proprietor with the exclusive right to stop others working in the claimed area for a period of usually up to 20 years. Preparing a patent specification is a highly specialised task requiring particular scientific/technical expertise and knowledge combined with an understanding of the complex application procedures

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Personal Injury

This is an injury or illness which occurs as a result of the actions or negligence of someone else. A personal injury can be physical or psychological in origin. If you are injured in an accident that is not your fault in the last three years, it is advisable to contact a lawyer as you may qualify for a claim or compensation.

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Power of Attorney

The legal professional you have appointed to assist you in making or communicating decisions or to make them on your behalf. This could be on a temporary basis on for a much longer period of time

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Probate

Applying for probate is the legal right to deal with someone's property, money and possessions (their 'estate') when they die. If a person died leaving a valid Will, then the named Executors can take on this responsibility. In some cases, a Will may require specialist legal knowledge and advice for your specific requests. So plan ahead to safeguard your hard-earned wealth.

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Professional Negligence

When a professional fails to meet required standards consumers expect or breaches a duty of service and care, consumers may contact specialists lawyers in this field to assist in claims against such professionals

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Redundancy

Employers must follow the correct redundancy procedure to avoid getting sued for unfair dismissal. If you're being made redundant, an experienced solicitor can check that the redundancy is fair and can represent you if its not.

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Residential Conveyancing

The is the transfer of ownership of properties designated for single-family homes, apartments, co-operatives, townhouses, and any other place where people live. Contact a conveyancing lawyer when remortgaging, buying or selling a property so that the transaction runs as quickly and smoothly as possible. Without the skills of an experienced conveyancing solicitor, you can land in unexpected liabilities.

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Sexual Offence

Sexual offences cases are specialised for three main reasons: There is specific law of evidence and procedure in this area, the skills required are very different to general criminal defence work

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Small Claims Court

A small claim is a way you can ask a court to get compensation or your money back if something's gone wrong. That might be poor service, a faulty product, your landlord not doing repairs or if you haven't been paid for work you've done. Seek legal advice from an expert is crucial as your litigation lawyer can take you through the necessary steps to take your claim to court to get the matter resolved as quickly as possible.

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Social Welfare & Housing

Find help, advice and support for you and your family in respect of housing and assistance from social services

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Speeding

Minor speeding offences are usually resolved through a Fixed Penalty Notice (FPN). If you have been caught exceeding the speed limit, you also run the risk of facing a driving ban which can have severe repercussions on your life. With more serious offences, a specialist motor crime lawyer will aid in your defence with disputing/ appealing your case.

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Tax

Tax law or revenue law is an area of legal study which deals with the constitutional, common-law, statutory, tax treaty, and regulatory rules that constitute the law applicable to taxation

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Trade Marks

Trademarks used to sell goods or services are protectable by way of a registration procedure and provide a potentially perpetual monopoly right. The aesthetic shape and way a product is designed is also protectable via registered design protection for a limited period of time. Unregistered rights also exist for a time for various designs of products. Copyright, on the other hand, lasts during the lifetime of the creator and for a period after their death, and arises automatically on the creation of such products as music, artwork, works of literature or reference, databases, and web pages

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Tribunals

You can make a claim to an employment tribunal if you think someone has treated you unlawfully, such as your employer, a potential employer or a trade union. You can get legal help or advice before you make the claim

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Trust

Whether you wish to set up a Trust for your children, grandchildren or other relatives, or use it for inheritance tax planning, an experienced solicitor can ensure you receive the right advice. A trust will help you manage your wealth such as money, land, property or investments for you and your family or anyone likely to benefit. An appointed person called the 'trustees' can manage the trust according to your instructions, even after your death.

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Will, Trust & Estate Disputes

You can make a claim if you believe a will is invalid due to lack of mental capacity, undue influence and other similar grounds. You also might be able to seek increased provision from a will or intestacy if you have been left out or not receiving enough.

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Wills

A Will or testament is a legal document by which a person, the testator, expresses their wishes as to how their property is to be distributed at death, and names one or more persons, the executor, to manage the estate until its final distribution. If you die without making a Will, then the government will decide who gets what. If you don't have any family members, all your assets will go to the Crown. Contact a lawyer to make your wishes come true by leaving your wealth to the right person or charities.