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We understand that the breakdown of a relationship can be one of the most stressful events in your life. Our team of specialist family and divorce solicitors and lawyers in Surrey will provide you with clear, easy to understand advice, guiding you through all of the options available.

As members of Resolution: First for Family Law our family lawyers are committed to dealing with family conflicts in a conciliatory and cost effective way. We often recommend the collaborative process or mediation to ensure the resolution is agreeable to all parties.

Where all other means of resolution have been exhausted or are inappropriate and court proceedings are necessary, we will guide you through the process whilst trying to reach an agreement on favourable terms as cost effectively as possible.

If you are considering your options on the breakdown of your relationship, we offer a free no obligation options meeting to help you consider the best course of action to take. Contact us today for further information.

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Who Owns a Planning Permission?

Anyone can apply for planning permission on any piece of land, whether they own it, lease it, rent it or simply see it from the upper deck…

Stephen Boyle, Senior Solicitor, Commercial Property Solicitor ,

Stephen Boyle

Plan Ahead For Permission to Move Back In

Unless a lease has been contracted out of the security of tenure provisions of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, the Landlord can only oppose a new…

Gaenor Thomas, Associate Solicitor, Commercial Property Solicitor ,

Gaenor Thomas

Why Invest in Commercial Property?

The right type of property can be a good investment opportunity, whether it be residential or commercial.  Commercial property generally offers more financial reward than residential property…

Tamzin Mandelli, Senior Solicitor, Commercial Property Solicitor ,

Tamzin Mandelli

The Duty to Update

Following the article on the Dangers of Non Disclosure in March 2016, the recent case of First Tower Trustees Limited –v- CDS (Superstores International) Limited…

Gaenor Thomas, Associate Solicitor, Commercial Property Solicitor ,

Gaenor Thomas

Mining, Sinkholes and Subsidence – Avoiding the Sinking Feeling of a Money Pit

When buying a property in the South East many people will not think of mining or subsidence as a real risk. This is partly because industrial age…

John Guthrie, Senior Solicitor, Commercial Property Solicitor ,

John Guthrie

While all eyes were on the Chancellor’s red budget briefcase

On the 6th of March, when most of us (if we were thinking about it at all) were wondering what the Spring Budget (which took place on…

Sara McGrigor, Associate Solicitor, Trusts & Estates Solicitor Family,

Sara McGrigor

Who Owns a Planning Permission?

Anyone can apply for planning permission on any piece of land, whether they own it, lease it, rent it or simply see it from the upper deck…

Stephen Boyle, Senior Solicitor, Commercial Property Solicitor ,

Stephen Boyle

Plan Ahead For Permission to Move Back In

Unless a lease has been contracted out of the security of tenure provisions of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, the Landlord can only oppose a new…

Gaenor Thomas, Associate Solicitor, Commercial Property Solicitor ,

Gaenor Thomas

Why Invest in Commercial Property?

The right type of property can be a good investment opportunity, whether it be residential or commercial.  Commercial property generally offers more financial reward than residential property…

Tamzin Mandelli, Senior Solicitor, Commercial Property Solicitor ,

Tamzin Mandelli

The Duty to Update

Following the article on the Dangers of Non Disclosure in March 2016, the recent case of First Tower Trustees Limited –v- CDS (Superstores International) Limited…

Gaenor Thomas, Associate Solicitor, Commercial Property Solicitor ,

Gaenor Thomas

Mining, Sinkholes and Subsidence – Avoiding the Sinking Feeling of a Money Pit

When buying a property in the South East many people will not think of mining or subsidence as a real risk. This is partly because industrial age…

John Guthrie, Senior Solicitor, Commercial Property Solicitor ,

John Guthrie

While all eyes were on the Chancellor’s red budget briefcase

On the 6th of March, when most of us (if we were thinking about it at all) were wondering what the Spring Budget (which took place on…

Sara McGrigor, Associate Solicitor, Trusts & Estates Solicitor Family,

Sara McGrigor

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