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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

  • Conway, R(on the application of) v The Secretary of State for Justice[2017] EWCA Civ 275

    The Court of Appeal has overturned the refusal of the Divisional Court to allow a motor neurone disease sufferer to challenge section (1) of the Suicide Act. He may now proceed to seek a declaration under section 4(2) of the Human Rights Act 1998 that the ban on assisted dying is incompatible with the European Convention on
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  • Court of Appeal gives guidance on meaning of ‘unlawful residence’

    The case of Akinyemi v SSHD [2017] EWCA Civ 236 concerns the deportation of a man born and raised in the United Kingdom, a country he has never left. It provides valuable guidance on the meaning of the word ‘unlawful’ within the context of deportation provisions introduced by the Immigration Act 2014 and shows just how far
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  • KV (Sri Lanka) v Secretary of State for the Home Department

    KV (Sri Lanka) v Secretary of State for the Home Department: the Court of Appeal dismissed an appeal from a Sri Lankan asylum seeker and ruled that the Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) was justified in concluding that the scarring on his body had been self-inflicted with the help of another (“self-infliction by proxy”).

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  • Supreme Court upholds Minimum Income Rule of £18,600 to sponsor foreign spouses

    In linked judgments in the case of MM and others v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2017] UKSC 10 the Supreme Court has this morning upheld in principle the Minimum Income Rule which requires an income of at least £18,600 for British citizens and others to sponsor a foreign spouse. However, the court also
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  • Supreme Court rules Act of Parliament needed to trigger Article 50 and leave UK

    The Supreme Court ruled today by a majority of 8-3 that an Act of Parliament is needed for the UK Government to trigger Article 50 and formally begin the process of leaving the EU. Giving the leading judgment the President of the Court, Lord Neuberger, emphasised that the judgment was not about whether the UK
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