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O'Neill Morgan Solicitors When a mistake made in healthcare causes serious physical or psychological damage to the patient. Our expert legal team have the experience to listen, advise and assist you through this process. If you have concerns relating to your entitlement in an estate contact our specialist legal team for advice. A Stockport based Solicitors established for over 35 years, providing expert legal advice to our clients.

We aim to change your view of lawyers and legal services, making it easy and stress-free. We understand that everyone's needs are different, so we tailor our approach to meet your individual needs. All of our Stockport based solicitors are experts in their field, providing the highest quality advice and service to empower you to make informed decisions.

Our bespoke set up and agile approach allows us to deliver a prompt service for all our clients without compromising on attention to detail from our specialist technical team. Our Solicitors are experts in their individual area of law and for continuity we ensure that you will deal with the same solicitor throughout your matter.

Divorce or separation is a difficult time for all involved. Very often divorcing couples are handling their emotions at the same time as sorting out practical issues. The experienced divorce lawyers at O'Neill Morgan Solicitors will guide you through the different processes, keeping you informed at all stages. We will work hard to secure a satisfactory

Medical negligence, also called clinical negligence, is when a mistake made by a healthcare professional such as a doctor, nurse or midwife, causes serious physical or psychological damage to the patient. The mistake could be that the wrong treatment was given for a patient's ailment, or even that no treatment was given. The team of medical negligence

At O'Neilll Morgan we will offer you a free initial assessment of the viability of your claim. If we believe it could be successful, we will work for you on a no win, no fee basis. Our personal injury solicitors have won many different types of accident claims and helped our clients achieve the amount of compensation they deserve. If you have had an

A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a legal document that gives a third party the authority to deal with your affairs if you become unable to do so for reasons such as loss of mental capacity, illness or accident. You can only create a Lasting Power of Attorney if you still retain the necessary mental capacity to do so. If you do not sign a Lasting

If a loved one is unable to make decisions due to a lack of mental capacity and they never had a Lasting Power of Attorney in place you will need to apply to the Court of Protection to become a 'deputy.' The Court of Protection is the judicial body responsible for deciding whether someone has the mental capacity to make decisions and in the absence

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