Who We Are
Experienced and approachable
Our combined experience allows for quicker, more amicable results.
Legal firms can baffle you with procedure and jargon and use this to hide fee structures.
We offer a better approach: friendly, straightforward, knowledgeable advice.
Bespoke legal advice and practical solutions are our speciality.
Honest and transparent
We believe in transparency and honesty. We create successful relationships, to help create successful businesses.
Our clients appreciate being told early on if we feel their case, venture or transaction is not a viable one.
This approach allows us to work with integrity and not overcomplicate unnecessarily.
How We Work
A better approach
Friendly, approachable and knowledgeable advisers offer you practical advice, bespoke to your requirements.
We work with you to succeed.
When you do well, so do we.
We work with you on your projects: Together
A sensible and pragmatic approach to deliver personally tailored commercial advice.
We keep you updated from start to finish.
We believe in working honestly so our clients appreciate what we tell them, whether we feel their venture is viable or not.
Honesty and transparency
Honest, straightforward advice is key and we aim to keep matters simple and avoid legal jargon.
We keep our clients’ trust by giving honest advice and charging transparently.
You will always have the information to make the right decisions for you.
Direct and honest advice as standard, with a focus on early settlement where possible Commercial
Your business is our business, from start up to sale, through mergers and restructures Property
From offices to brownfield sites, new developments & re-developments: We provide quick and professional support Private Client
Tailored advice and individual support to ensure you can prepare your affairs for any eventuality
All of our London solicitors are experts in their field and are able to give pragmatic legal advice, no matter the issue.
In this blog, we look at relevant and topical issues that arise on a weekly basis.
Leaks in tax and the financial system Data escaping from within companies and government agencies; these leaks are becoming commonplace, but it is the money leaking out of the grasp
Cyber crime This year’s publication of National Crime Statistics from the ONS saw an increase in overall crime figures. Whilst most crimes recorded year on year had fallen, including violent