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Hallam Solicitors We meet all your conveyancing needs with the minimum of fuss and the highest level of service. Whatever the incident, road accident, slip or trip, you can rely on us to claim the compensation you deserve. No win, no fee. When solicitors, surveyors, architects, accountants, nancial advisors and other professionals provide the wrong advice, we will help you with your claim.

We can help you make a claim, we can also provide successful outcomes through our negotiation, mediation, adjudication and arbitration services. We provide simple, cost effective wills and also handle more complex trust wills as required. Our service is quick, cost effective and straightforward. At Hallam Solicitors we are able to apply our knowledge and expertise across a wide range of areas.

Based in Leeds, our services are available around the surrounding area, Bradford and further afield throughout the UK. Established in 2008, we have built an outstanding reputation for being approachable, trustworthy and ensuring that all our clients and their cases are handled in a thorough and professional manner.
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read more › Hallam Solicitors, based in Headingley, Leeds, guarantee an open and honest approach throughout the process, so you are fully aware of all legal issues. We are experts in all aspects of conveyancing. As conveyancing solicitors, we cover properties in Headingley, Meanwood, Adel, Cookridge, Bramhope, Shadwell, Kirkstall and all LS postcodes. Our conveyancing department also supports clients in Bradford and BD postcodes as well as clients across the UK. In fact, although we are a Yorkshire business, nearly a quarter of our conveyancing is spread across properties in different areas of the UK.

read more › Are you involved in a dispute, perhaps at work, with a neighbour or other individual, or in relation to a service you have received? Are you wondering where to turn? Our specialist dispute resolution solicitors help clients resolve a wide range of disputes, so you can rely on us to support you and fight to defend your best interests. We will work tirelessly on your behalf in order to resolve any disagreements and conflicts you may be experiencing. Working in partnership with you, we will always explore every avenue before advising on the best strategy to prevent further financial or reputational damage to you.

read more › We often call upon the assistance of people who are classed as professionals. Professional negligence claims are made when one of these professionals has been negligent in the work they have done for you and it has cost you money. These can include accountants, solicitors and barristers, independent financial advisors, insurance brokers, valuers, architects and surveyors, engineers and medical professionals. Often we rely on these professionals, whether it's putting our trust in an accountant to do our books or help with taxes, a surveyor to check our proposed new home or even solicitors to provide legal services and advice.

read more › Accidents and injuries are inevitable. The term 'personal injury' covers a broad range, from whiplash sustained in a car accident to a broken wrist from a fall caused by tripping on an unsafe pavement. If you have been involved in any accident during the last three years and the injury was as a result of someone else you may have a strong claim for compensation. Accidents in the workplace - these include in factories, shops, offices or when you are out on business. Personal Injury claims can seem complicated and time consuming, but you don't deserve to be out of pocket, and with the right advice and the help of a specialist solicitor, you can claim the compensation you deserve quickly and easy.

read more › At best, it could mean your loved ones not benefiting as you would wish on your death, and at worst, your estate could end up in the hands of the taxman. Whether single, married or a parent, Wills are a key element in estate planning and, without a Will, you are unable to control what happens to your assets after death. You may leave your dependents with numerous problems; it is surprising then that the Law Society reports that more than two out of three people have not made a Will. Without a Will, the law will determine how your estate will be distributed, so your family, friends and even favourite causes may not receive what they need or expect.

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