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Individual Services

We have a range of legal services designed to help you and your family.

Our dedicated solicitors are experts in their field and can offer you the very best legal advice whatever your situation. We assign every client to a dedicated client care partner who will always ensure that you receive an excellent level of service.

Our specialists are in regular contact with MP’s to monitor proposed changes in legislation. We do this to plan ahead and safeguard our clients against any future changes to the law.

Often people’s first experience with a solicitor is because things in life have changed. Our specialist teams help to make those changes positive. We do this by taking the time to listen to our clients and by finding the right way for them to reach a satisfactory outcome. Our unique approach can often negate the need for expensive Court action.

This top Tonbridge firm provides a comprehensive service to its UK domestic private client base. The presence of in-house accountants means it can administer trusts as well as structure them.
- Chambers UK 2010

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  • Deadlock Forces Sale When Family Inherits Business When a family business is handed down and ownership is split between two or more members of the next generation, the result can all too often be discord. Normally, this can be resolved by one party buying out the other, but when this does not occur, the result can be a disaster, as a recent case shows.
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