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Cartwright Cunningham Haselgrove & Co was established well over a century ago and is now one of London's major suburban firms. We provide a high standard of service while maintaining a friendly and personal approach. We are pleased to say that much of our work comes from previously satisfied clients or on their recommendations.

We deal with many areas of the Law, including house purchases and sales, new builds, shared ownership, leasehold enfranchisement, business law, intellectual property, partnership deeds, contract and other disputes.Party wall matters, boundary disputes, construction matters, divorce, access to children, change of name, medical negligence, employment law, wills, lasting and general powers of attorney, probate and trusts.

The aim of this Department is two-fold: firstly to assist you in formalising your wishes in the event of your death. This department deals with everything to do with businesses, a wide, varied and complex subject. The Litigation Department deals with all kinds of disputes between individuals and/or companies or other bodies.

read more › Cartwright Cunningham Haselgrove & Co is a long-established firm practising many areas of law. We have offices situated in North East London and Essex. Our lawyers are organised into teams according to their specialist areas of law, which enables them to pool their experience and support each other during holidays and with second opinion on difficult points. However, as our client you will have your own lawyer and will not experience the never speaking to the same person problem. Includes the sale or acquisition of a business, business leases, setting up companies, terms of trading, partnership agreements, shareholders disputes.

read more › Our Wills Departments can quickly, and relatively economically, help to ensure that your estate passes exactly in accordance with your wishes. Will drafting is complicated and can easily go wrong and should not be left to amateurs. We can advise you of the most tax efficient means, making use of exemptions, reliefs, allowances and, if appropriate, family trusts. We can also advise you regarding other arrangements, such as appointing trustees and executors, or guardians to care for children. Our Partners are willing to be appointed as executors in most cases.

read more › Some estates require special consideration to ensure that the estate is dealt with in as tax efficient a way as possible; for example, multi-million pound estates which we have dealt with. However, no estate is too small and all require a professional and organised service, keeping clients informed as to progress. Our extensive experience in probate and trusts enables us to quickly identify and resolve any potential problems and so minimise the expense and stress involved. The firm also administers a number of ongoing family trusts.

read more › For the business client, we believe our firm can offer a service as professional but more personal than City or West End firms - and at a fraction of the cost. Our Company and Commercial department deals with everything to do with businesses - obviously an extremely wide, varied and complex subject. To better improve our expertise, the department is loosely divided into separate (but overlapping) units. The Corporate Unit deals with the business itself, including its formation, organisation, terms of trading and intangible assets such as intellectual property and trade marks.

read more › Moving home is considered to be the third most stressful life experience (after family breakdown and career change). We aim to make the process as smooth as possible by keeping you informed at every stage of the conveyancing. Our lawyers will do all they can to ease your stress, working closely with you to complete the transaction as speedily as possible. Buying a house is the most expensive transaction many people will ever undertake. Many bodies need to become involved in the buying and selling of property - Estate Agents, lenders, surveyors and local authorities.

read more › Our Family Department has a long-standing and excellent reputation. We are committed to a professional and prompt, yet sympathetic and friendly service at what can be a traumatic and emotional time. We endorse Resolution's Code of Practice which sets out the principles of a non-confrontational approach to family law matters, leading to an agreed solution wherever possible. If agreement is not possible and court proceedings have to be issued, then our aim is to conduct proceedings in a constructive and realistic way to minimise conflict.

read more › Ever-changing employment law is a minefield for employers and difficult to keep up with for employees. With increased or unlimited damages in more areas (and even criminal penalties in some), it is essential that employers' contracts and other procedures are up to date and that any dismissals, redundancies or other action against employees are properly handled. Discrimination claims have risen over the years and it is important to employees to know their rights and how their employer should treat them.

read more › Nigel became a Partner of Cartwright Cunningham Haselgrove & Co in 1996 heading the litigation department and he currently manages our Woodford Green Office. Throughout his professional career he has been primarily in various types of litigation with an emphasis upon commercial matters, also undertaking some non-contentious advice and drafting and applying the issue that arises in litigation when drafting of agreements for clients. Landlord and Tenant matters including service charge disputes, lease renewals and assistance in negotiating leases and issues arising over the scope and extent of leasehold interest, including boundary matters and ancillary issues.

read more › Mandip has been dealing with Private client and Family matters throughout her career. Mandip has extensive experience in these areas and is now specialising in Private Client. She is known for her compassion whilst maintaining a high degree of professionalism, at what can be a very difficult time in one's life. At CCH Mandip heads the Private client team at the Woodford Branch. She happily assists with the preparation of Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney or registering Enduring Powers of Attorney and Court of Protection matters.

read more › Paul acts for a variety of clients from large companies to individuals, on matters as diverse as collective enfranchisement, residential lease extensions, commercial property sales and purchases, commercial property lettings, lending, and business sales and purchases. Paul enjoys singing with his local (and award-winning) choir, amateur running, and all the collected works of Brandon Sanderson.

read more › Catherine Mackinnon qualified as a solicitor in 2004 and has specialised in Family law since then. Catherine joined the firm in 2017, she specialises in matrimonial work, divorce, separation and dealing with the financial issues arising from a relationship breakdown. She also advises clients in relation to disputes concerning the arrangements for children after a break-up. Catherine volunteers as a legal advisor at Rights of Women and is a member of Resolution which promotes good practice amongst family lawyers.

read more › Bernard Klingher is Partner and head of our residential and commercial conveyancing department. He qualified as a solicitor in 1997 and has over 20 years' experience of dealing with both residential and commercial transactions. He acts for a large range of clients from individuals to companies who buy and sell property all over the country. He also acts for many developers and lenders. He is known for his high level of service, expert advice and ability to progress transactions. He has a LLB Hons degree in law and also holds a Master's degree in Law from Manchester University.

read more › Mujtaba Hameed (LL.B Hons) qualified as a Solicitor in 2014. He joined the conveyancing team at CCH in 2015, and has recently become a Partner in 2018. He specialises in residential conveyancing and has over 10 years' experience in this area. His caseload includes residential purchases, sales, re-mortgages, and transfers of title. He also specialises in private client matters such as preparation of Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney.

read more › David Sharp joined the firm in 1988 as a conveyancing assistant. He then trained as a Legal Executive becoming a Chartered Fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives in 1998. David deals with a wide range of residential conveyancing matters including sales, purchases, re-mortgages and transfers of property for private clients and property developers. Having been at the firm for over 30 years he is familiar with all types of properties in the area and the anomalies that are associated with some.

read more › Sarah Glynn Joined the practice in 2001, she progressed to the Conveyancing department in 2006 as an assistant then moving to working on her own caseload since 2013. Sarah specialises in residential conveyancing including new builds, re-mortgages and transfer of title for both property developers and individual clients. She is a member of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives and working towards becoming a Chartered Legal Executive.

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