Surrounded by farmland, we have been advising
the local farming community since 1819.
Today, we act for land owners and farming
clients throughout the region, having acted
for many families for generations.
Whether you are contemplating setting up a new
business, expanding your existing enterprise
or simply need advice on a business related
issue, we have the experience and the expertise
to help you get it right first time.
Civil litigation is what lawyers like to call
legal matters which involve a dispute between
two parties. This could be because one party
has failed to honour a term in a contract,
or where both parties have differing
views on events that have taken place.
Whether you decide to rent or to buy premises
for your business, or simply as an investment,
we can guide you through the entire process.
You've agreed to buy or sell a property: now you
need to call in the experts: that's us.
Unlike some of our competitors, all of our
conveyancers are qualified solicitors with
years' of experience in property sales and
CRIMINAL & ROAD TRAFFIC LAW
You may find yourself on the wrong side of the
law at some point in your life.
The consequences of a criminal conviction can
be long-lasting and far-reaching:
it is therefore essential that you obtain the
best advice possible if the occasion ever arises.
Whether you are an employer or an employee,
the laws relating to employment never
stay the same for long.
No matter how amicable the break-up of your
relationship may be, many aspects of your
life with your former spouse or partner
will need to be considered and decisions
made about how best to move forward.
This can be challenging, but we can help.
PERSONAL INJURY LAW
Whether you have tripped over a paving stone
or been involved in a road traffic accident,
you may have a claim for compensation if you
have suffered an injury and someone else is
POWERS OF ATTORNEY LAW
You will no doubt manage your own affairs very
comfortably for most, if not all, of your
However, there may come a time when you are not
able to make your own decisions and need someone
that you trust to make decisions on your behalf.
When a person dies, their property and financial
affairs need to be dealt with. This is done by
their personal representatives, who are either
the executors named in their will or,
if a valid will was not left,
by their appointed administrators.
WILLS AND TAX PLANNING
No one likes doing it - in fact, a large
percentage of the population never do it
- but making a will is as essential
as having a bank account,
especially if you have a family or own a property.