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Y V A Solicitors YVA Solicitors has evolved over the years by way of an amalgamation of two North London practices to what it is today, a more substantial legal practice with a highly skilled team of partners, associate solicitors and support staff. The driving ethos of the practice is to offer sound practical support and legal advice at the point of need, in a simple, easy to understand way.

We will not bombard you with 'legalese' and promise to explain everything to you. We believe we are here to serve you, and as such, we always set out to build a firm, long term relationship that is both friendly and professional, giving you all the options available to make the right decisions without being rushed or pressured in any way. As you would expect, our legal teams here at YVA Solicitors are all highly trained professionals who are constantly developing their knowledge and expertise.

We have also made substantial investments into systems and standards to ensure a first rate service, with quality delivery that we confidently believe outshines our competition.

read more › YVA solicitor's legal experts in wills, trusts and probate services will help you safeguard your financial assets and ensure your family is provided for. The importance of making a Will is crucial in these days of financial uncertainty and the confusing legal environment we're living in. Will writing is a tailor-made specialist skill to be administered by an expert in the field. We always take into consideration your personal financial circumstances, family commitments and the possible implications of taxation and in particular, inheritance tax.

read more › YVA Solicitors provide a full range of licensing legal services to ensure that your business premises are running safely and in accordance with legal regulations. We deal with applications regarding specific on premise activities, entertainment and alcohol licensing legal services in particular; Working in conjunction with Local Licensing Authorities as well as health and safety, trading standards and other authorities in the UK.

read more › Personal Injuries caused by the deliberate or negligent acts of a person or corporate body or as a result of a breach of a statutory duty will normally give rise to a personal injury claim for damages. The amount of those damages of course will vary depending on the severity of the injuries, the actual financial losses sustained such as loss of earning and the degree of impairment or future earnings capacity. YVA's personal injury claims solicitors can advise you as to whether your injury is likely to give rise to a claim and if so the merits and possible value of the claim.

read more › YVA's experience in aiding and assisting families in relation to all aspects of relationship/marital break-up, has placed us as one of North London's leading firms in family dispute resolution. Our knowledge with all aspects of family law is extensive and we're able to offer an understanding and sympathetic ear to our clients through the painful process of divorce, judicial separation proceedings and the financial aspects of the breakdown of a marriage/relationship. We will look after all the appropriate applications that need to be lodged on your behalf and we will secure residence or contact orders.

read more › YVA's commercial solicitors and business legal services combine expertise in incorporating a company, the management and administration of a company's affairs, service contracts and the liabilities of the company and its directors. Our commercial solicitors handle takeovers and amalgamations and deal with the issues arising from such transactions. Our business legal services work in accordance to commercial and business law: If incorporation as a company is not appropriate to your circumstances we can advise you on the alternative methods of trading which includes advice on being a sole trader, or as a partner carrying on business together with others.

read more › The Leasehold Reform (Housing and Urban Development) Act 1993 provided qualifying leaseholders with a statutory framework to extend their lease by an additional 90 years or reduce the ground rent to a peppercorn or to collectively purchase the freehold of a qualifying building should the requisite number of leaseholders participate. Many people ask what is leasehold? Leasehold essentially is ownership for a defined number of years but where you pay a substantial amount of the "rent" upfront by way of premium.

read more › If you are involved in a dispute with another individual or company, YVA's Litigation Solicitors can advise you on your chances of success and the possible value of your claim in both commercial and general matters. Our litigation solicitors can negotiate on your behalf and if necessary commence or defend proceedings which, according to the subject matter and the amount of the claim, will be dealt with either in the County Court or the High Court. Generally such litigation matters fall into two categories.

read more › YVA Solicitors have a strong background in conveyancing and experienced legal advisors who can assist you with the purchase, sale or remortgage of your property. We specialise in all kinds of property in both London and all over the rest of England and Wales. We understand that buying or selling your home or property can be one of the most stressful processes you are likely to encounter. We aim to use our expertise and experience to manage the conveyancing process for you in the quickest and most stress-free way as possible.

read more › The costs below apply to a claim for an outstanding debt which is not disputed and enforcement action is not needed. If the other party disputes your claim at any point, we will discuss any further work required and provide you with revised advice about costs if necessary, calculated at our hourly rate. The costs quoted above are not for matters where enforcement action, such as the bailiff, is needed to collect your debt. Receiving payment and sending onto you, or if the debt is not paid, drafting and issuing claim.

read more › If it is necessary to make or defend applications to amend claims or to provide further information about an existing claim. Complex preliminary issues such as whether the claimant is disabled (if this is not agreed by the parties). If it is an automatic unfair dismissal claim e.g. if you are dismissed after blowing the whistle on your employer. There will be an additional charge for attending a Tribunal Hearing of 1,040 to 2,400 per day (excluding VAT) depending on the level of fee earner. Generally, we would allow 2 days depending on the complexity of your case.

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