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Jackson Quinn Jackson Quinn specialise in three areas of law - family disputes, residential and commercial property, and wills, trusts and probate law. Family disputes can affect almost everyone at some point in their lives. They can be extremely emotive and stressful, and it takes the specialist skills of an understanding and experienced family lawyer to reach a solution.

Looking after children can be a challenge to any parents. Sometimes social services may become involved with a family if there are concerns about the health and well being of a child or children. A sustained course of harassment, physical assault and criminal damage are criminal offences. This means that the police can arrest, charge and place a person before the criminal courts to be tried, if they suspect any of these have been committed.

Whether you are buying or selling, leasing or remortgaging, dealing with property issues can be an extremely complex and stressful time. One of the most important things you can do in life is make provision for your loved ones when you die.

read more › Established in 1984 operating from a single office, Jackson Quinn has since grown rapidly, extending to a network of five offices and continually expanding the range of services provided. Peter Quinn began the firm, then called Quinn's Solicitors, in 1984. The first office was on Canal Street in Nottingham, taking over the premises operated by Quinn's Solicitors, Peter's previous firm. The Worksop office opened in the Autumn of 1985, with both offices dealing with civil, criminal, family and property law.

read more › We at Jackson Quinn are committed to providing a high quality legal service to all our clients. When something goes wrong we need you to tell us about it. This will help us to continue to improve our standards of client care. We are committed to this. If you have a complaint please advise the fee earner who has conduct of your case immediately on the basis that any issues raised by you can be resolved as quickly and as smoothly if possible. If you feel unable to raise the matter with the fee earner for whatever reason then please contact the fee earner's supervisor heading the communication complaint and giving as much information as possible of the complaint in order that the supervisor can investigate the matter quickly and respond to you.

read more › Under the Solicitors Regulation Authority's (SRA) Transparency in Price and Service Policy, we are required to publish details about our prices for certain services. This is to enable you, as a client, to make an informed choice about which solicitor you wish to choose to deal with your matter. At Jackson Quinn we want to be as open and transparent as we can about our fees. Every individual client's case is different; therefore it is important that we meet with you at the outset of your case to obtain all relevant information and provide you with a clear estimate of what the anticipated costs will be.

read more › Whether you are a first time buyer, moving on to a new home, re-mortgaging an existing property or buying an additional property as an investment, buying or selling a property can be extremely stressful. At Jackson Quinn our team of experienced Conveyancers are here to guide and represent you through the process and ensure that things run smoothly. We will handle your case from the time that you decide to instruct us through to completion and ease the pressure upon you from start to finish. Buying and selling a property can be complex, with unforeseen situations arising along the way; at Jackson Quinn we have the expertise to ensure that your matter is dealt with efficiently, whilst being clear from the outset as to the fees for dealing with your case.

read more › Our costs will depend on the price and area of the property, whether this is freehold or leasehold and the complexity of the transaction. Our average fees for the sale or purchase of a property can range from 300 plus 20% VAT (360) to 1,000 plus 20% VAT (1,200) for a straightforward transaction, for properties with a sale or purchase price of 500,000 or under. We will also charge an administration fee of 15.00 plus 20% VAT (18.00) for processing an electronic money transfer fee. These fees exclude disbursements which are costs we have to pay out to third parties and which are incurred by us when we are acting for you.

read more › Our costs will depend on a number of factors to include the type of property that you are wishing to re-mortgage or transfer, the complexity of the case, whether the property is freehold or leasehold and the nature of the instructions we receive from your lender. For a typical re-mortgage our costs will be in the region of 360 (inc VAT) to 480 (inc VAT). To act for you on a transfer of equity our average costs are in the region of 330.00 (inc VAT) to 390.00 (inc VAT). These fees exclude disbursements which are costs we have to pay out to third parties and which are incurred by us when we are acting for you.

read more › The loss of a loved one is an extremely difficult time. At Jackson Quinn we are here to help you through the process of dealing with their affairs. The exact costs of applying for a Grant of Probate and then administering the estate after obtaining the Grant will vary depending upon the individual circumstances of each matter. Lucy Camm, a Partner based at our Worksop Office, is our expert in dealing with probate matters, and when you meet with Lucy she will be able to identify with you the type of probate application you require and the likely costs involved.

read more › We are looking to recruit a family lawyer to deal with their own busy case load of divorce proceedings, financial matters, Children Act proceedings and domestic abuse cases. Ideally a solicitor or legal executive, you will have between 0-3 years post-qualification experience. Past family law experience is essential, whether that has been as a paralegal or as part of your training contract. This is an exciting opportunity for a solicitor or legal executive looking for personal and career development opportunities in a small friendly firm that is one of the leading firms in Nottinghamshire specialising in family law.

read more › Having joined Jackson Quinn in 2002 and becoming a Partner in 2005, Roz has over 15 years experience as a Family Lawyer. Roz deals with all aspects of Family Law. She deals with complex and high net worth divorce and financial cases, and is an accredited specialist with Resolution in dealing with financial issues. A trained Collaborative Lawyer, Roz is confident in not only advocating for clients in court but also in resolving disputes outside of the court arena. Roz also specialises in difficult cases involving children, representing parents, other family members and children.

read more › Sue McManus joined Jackson Quinn in 2015 as a Conveyancing Paralegal. Sue works part time assisting our Conveyancing department post completion but also provides support in all areas when required. Sue specialises in all Conveyancing matters and deals with house sales, purchases and re-mortgages. Sue is based at our Retford office.

read more › Lucy qualified as a solicitor in 2009 after completing the final stage of her training contract at Jackson Quinn and specialises in Wills and Probate and Family Law. Lucy advises in relation to Wills, Powers of Attorney, Court of Protection and Probate matters. Lucy also deals with all aspects of Family Law to include divorce, Financial Issues and children matters. She divides her time between our Worksop and Retford offices and became a Partner in 2018. Helen joined Jackson Quinn in 1986 and qualified as a Legal Executive in 1996.

read more › Family law issues concern most people at some stage in their lives, and can be extremely emotive and stressful for everybody concerned. We have a large team of expert family Solicitors based in Nottingham and across Nottinghamshire who are all members of Resolution and who can offer advice in all areas of family law. Following relationship breakdown, we can advise about divorce, dissolution of civil partnerships and division of money, property and pensions. In addition, our expert family lawyers can advise parents, grandparents and other family members about issues concerning children.

read more › With more and more people now choosing to live together without getting married, it is important that, if you are considering living with someone as a couple, you consider the financial issues and reach an agreement about your obligations and responsibilities. At Jackson Quinn we can help you consider all of the issues, and draft documentation that will clarify the arrangements. This is useful as the relationship progresses as it can help to avoid disputes by setting out obligations and expectations.

read more › When a relationship breaks down, it can be extremely stressful for everyone involved. If the couple are married or civil partners, they have a formal legal relationship and will need to consider the options as to what to do. At Jackson Quinn we will guide you through the different ways of dealing with the situation, and advise you on what is the best option for you. The following information is based upon the assumption that you are in fact married or have formed a civil partnership as opposed to couples who co-habit.

read more › Realistically, there is limited financial protection for couples who choose to cohabit but do not marry. There is no such thing as a 'common law husband or wife'. Below is a brief summary of the position as it affects couples who are not married and choose to cohabit. If there are any children of the relationship, financial assistance can be sought through the Child Maintenance Service. Our family team at Jackson Quinn can discuss this with you in further depth and lead you through the mine field of the Child Maintenance Service.

read more › For a separating couple, one concern, if not the major concern, will be the effect of separation on any children. Jackson Quinn offers specialist, practical advice to parents experiencing these difficulties. We can assist in achieving settled and workable arrangements for the benefit of your child. The aim of the Children Act was to bring together various other Acts of Parliament which dealt with children, into one single Act. The Children Act introduced new words and new ideas in relation to legal issues concerning children.

read more › The breakdown of a marriage or civil partnership is always stressful in itself, and if there are financial issues to resolve it can make things even more difficult. At Jackson Quinn we can help you through this stressful time, and our specialist lawyers will advise you towards resolving all of the issues that arise. The parties may enter into a voluntary agreement regarding child maintenance and the Court may record this agreement in any subsequent court order dealing with other matters. However, the person who is entitled to Child Maintenance for a child in their care, can never be prevented from applying to the Child Maintenance Service for an assessment.

read more › Domestic violence includes psychological, emotional and sexual abuse as well as physical abuse. At Jackson Quinn, we understand the distress and fear that may be experienced and we can support and advise about the legal protection available in these circumstances, as well as signposting to other organisations who can offer practical help and emotional support. We have strong links with Nottinghamshire Women's Aid and can help find temporary refuge accommodation if required. In addition to protection available in the criminal courts, an application can be made for an order to provide protection from future violence and threats.

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