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R H Solicitors Why Do I Need a Property Conveyancing Solicitor? Conveyancing is the legal transfer of property from one owner to another. The conveyancing process, if properly carried out by conveyancing solicitors, ensures that the purchaser actually owns all the property, land and rights that have been paid for. Selling your house or. Our family specialist has been qualified Since 2001 and has vast experience in a wide range of family matters.

Our specialist is bilingual in English and Punjabi. She is an advanced Law Society Family Panel member and a member of Resolution. Her expertise ranges from Adoption, Residence, Contact and Prohibited steps/ Specific Issue applications as. We provide help in Immigration matters. We have qualified Immigration Solicitor who can advise you and gives you an honest assessment on the potential of your case.

The services which we provide are based upon a specialist knowledge of the Immigration rules and procedures which are offered to assist the client. Immigration Solicitor normally perform.
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read more › Whatever the area of law, we have the specialist expertise to ensure you get the best possible legal advice. We are specialist in Family Law matters, our senior and experienced practitioner is a member of Advanced Law Society Family Panel with excess of 17 years' experience. She recognises family breakdowns are costly and emotionally draining and has provided an opportunity to obtain legal services at a competitive rate. RH SOLICITORS is a highly successful and competitive practice, priding itself on upholding the interests of its clients.

read more › Why Do I Need a Property Conveyancing Solicitor? Conveyancing is the legal transfer of property from one owner to another. The conveyancing process, if properly carried out by conveyancing solicitors, ensures that the purchaser actually owns all the property, land and rights that have been paid for. Selling your house or commercial property (conveyancing) i.e. the legal process involved in selling your house or commercial property is relatively straightforward. Conveyancing Solicitors normally perform the following services for residential and commercial:-.

read more › Our family specialist has been qualified Since 2001 and has vast experience in a wide range of family matters. Our specialist is bilingual in English and Punjabi. She is an advanced Law Society Family Panel member and a member of Resolution. Her expertise ranges from Adoption, Residence, Contact and Prohibited steps/ Specific Issue applications as well as Defended, Undefended Divorces and Separation. She has dealt with moderate to high value assets cases with positive outcomes for clients. All cases are handled at a senior level with a high degree of professionalism and diligence.

read more › Litigation otherwise known as ' legal proceedings ' against a party can become confusing, timely and costly with emotions often escalating between the parties. We aim to keep matters objective and focus on bringing cases to a speedy conclusion. Our qualified and experienced solicitor regularly deals with contract disputes, debt recovery and boundary disputes. The forum of such disputes often taking place in your local County Courts or High Court for claims in excess of 50,000 or which involve complex matters.

read more › A Will is a document that records what you intend to happen to your assets after you die. In other words who gets what? Wills also nominate a person or persons that you trust to see that your wishes are carried out. This person is referred to as the executor. Many complications can arise after your death, if you do not have a will. For example, you will not have any control over who your assets are left to. The cost of arranging for your assets to be distributed is usually higher than would be the case if you had a will, and this cost is paid for out of the assets of your estate.

read more › This is a general guide on the potential costs that can be incurred with reference to certain areas of work undertaken by the practice on your behalf. The figures tendered in this guide are estimates and are subject to change depending on the individual circumstances of the case. Our terms of business set out the circumstances in which costs can vary when services are engaged but our solicitors usually invite clients in for a fixed fee consultation so that a more accurate cost estimate can be provided in accordance with individual circumstances.

read more › RH Solicitors is stringently following government advice to help safeguard the wellbeing of our current employees, clients and applicants. Whilst vacancies on the website remain live and applications continue to be accepted and monitored by RH Solicitors, you could experience a short delay in the recruitment process. Your patience is appreciated. RH Solicitors will continue to monitor the situation adhering to guidance from Public Health England and the Government. Currently there is no intention to change the trainee recruitment process documented on our website, but as a responsible people centric employer RH Solicitors might be required to make adjustments to recruitment processes to remain compliant with official guidance and to protect the welfare of our staff, clients and the wider community.

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