We can provide you with comprehensive legal support allowing us to assist  you effectively in many areas of law.

 

Our team of dedicated legal professionals are well-versed in many specialized areas of law, bringing a diverse background to the table. This gives us an edge when dealing with complex legal matters.

 

We will not represent you in any area in which we are not experienced. We have a set methodology which we have developed over the last ten years. Our team will analyse your case and guide you through the process explaining everything and offering you guidance every step of the way

 

We offer free initial consultations for most matters listed on this page.

Legal Aid 

Crime

 

Criminal Defence Representation ( 24/7 police station attendance and assistance) 

 

Family (You may be eligible for legal aid if you have evidence that you or your children have been victims of domestic abuse or violence and you cannot afford to pay legal costs):

  • Care Proceedings (Proceedings brought by the local authority for a care order or supervision order)

  • Divorce (Domestic Violence)

  • Non - Molestation Orders 

  • Occupation Orders 

  • Meditation 

  • Child Arrangements Order

  • Prohibited Steps Order or Specific Issue Order

  • Cases where children have been or about to be taken out of the UK without the consent of both parents

Legal Areas

Civil Litigation

Crime disputes and litigation (including appeals)

 

Divorce 

 

Employment 

 

Family

 

Housing 

 

Council housing assistance  

 

Immigration and Asylum 

 

Landlord and Tenant

 

Disrepair

 

Pro Bono

Specialist Areas 

Family  

 

Crime 

 

Immigration and Asylum 

 

Employment

 

Judicial Review 

 

Council Housing disputes 

PRO BONO

If you do not qualify for legal aid, we may be able to take on your case as part of their pro bono work.

 

Pro bono work is free legal help for people who:

  • cannot afford to pay for legal services and

  • do not qualify for legal aid

We work pro bono to help make sure everyone has access to justice when they need it.

Pro bono work is voluntary and there’s no obligation to offer this service