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We are a leading independent law firm providing a specialist professional service to our clients.
We are experienced in dealing with various areas of law including Immigration and Nationality Law, Criminal and Civil Litigation, Family Law and property related matters. Established in 1999 we have over the years built up a reputation for excellence.

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Our Service

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Immigration & Nationality

We offer a comprehensive service to those seeking various types of immigration applications. We have significant…
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Civil Litigation

Most individuals and businesses will, at some time, find themselves in a dispute which cannot be resolved without the involvement…
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Criminal Litigation

Becoming the subject of a criminal investigation or prosecution, no matter what the character of the alleged offence…
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Family Law

We have a team of specialists who provide an excellent quality of advice and represent clients in all aspects of family law…
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Commercial Property

We pride ourselves on providing the highest levels of client service as the cornerstone of our conveyancing practice.
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Private Client

Our client-focused approach ensures that all clients receive the very best quality advice and service. Our diverse team of solicitors…
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Latest News

  • Fair dismissal for failure to produce evidence of right to work in UK

    An employment tribunal held that an employee was fairly dismissed after failing to produce evidence of his right to work in the UK.  

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  • Form FLR(O) is no more and has been withdrawn with effect from today, 1 December 2016

    Form FLR(O) is no more and has been withdrawn with effect from today, 1 December 2016. It has been replaced by two new forms:  FLR(HRO) broadly for applications outside the Immigration Rules based on human rights: discretionary leave (DL) if you have previously been granted DL but have not previously been refused asylum, granted less than
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  • After a hard BREXIT: British citizens and residence in the EU

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    The Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association has commissioned a series of briefings on key aspects of the Brexit debate by some of the UK’s top lawyers and academics specialising in EU free movement and migration law. The purpose of the briefings is to inform interested members of the public, charities and organisations. They are available to
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  • 17 NOVEMBER 2015 – MEANING OF “UNDULY HARSH” IN THE IMMIGRATION RULES

    In the case of MAB (para 399; “unduly harsh”) USA [2015] UKUT 435 (IAC) Upper Tribunal Judge Grubb and Deputy Upper Tribunal Judge Phillips, sitting at Newport, decided that the words “unduly harsh” do NOT import or require any kind of balancing exercise and that the statutory human rights presumptions:     1. The phrase
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  • 30 SEPTEMBER 2015 – COURT OF APPEAL DISMISSES ETS CHALLENGES

    The judgment is R (On the Applications of Mehmood & Ali) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2015] EWCA Civ 744 and is delivered by Lord Justice Beatson. The case concerns the appeal rights arising (or not) from decisions under the old pre-Immigration Act 2014 version of section 10 of the Immigration and
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