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Barker Booth & Eastwood We are a long established progressive firm of solicitors with a well earned reputation for providing practical legal advice to clients, with authority, imagination and efficiency. Over the past years BBE Law have gained respect both inside and outside the profession, achieving esteem as a 'caring' firm offering a personal service to both commercial and private clients.

To offer practical legal advice delivered with authority, imagination and efficiency by a friendly and approachable team. To be transparent, clear and efficient and to create lasting relationships built on trust and dependability. Our team is central to what we do and we're very proud to employ a diverse range of people who share our common values.

The needs of clients are central to everything we do. We build long-term relationships based on mutual respect and driven by our clients' trust in our ability to deliver results. We benchmark our services against competitors to ensure all costs are in line with industry standards.
Highlights

read more › Our history can be traced back to 1969, when Blackpool firms Barker and Midgley and William E Gill, Shepherd and Booth joined together to become Barker, Booth and Eastwood. The firm, based on Lytham Road, Blackpool, has continued to expand ever since but remains focused on the needs of local businesses and individuals. Many of our workforce has links to the Fylde Coast area, meaning they understand the issues facing the clients they serve. We specialise in personal injury, general litigation, conveyancing, business and commercial law, family, divorce and children disputes, leases, debt recovery, planning law, wills, trust and probate and more.

read more › BBE Law is the law firm of choice for individuals, families and businesses throughout Blackpool and the North West. We offer high quality legal advice and guidance that focuses on delivering results every time. Operating for more than 50 years, our firm is based on strong foundations and unrivalled experience and expertise. Our hand-picked team of specialist solicitors and legal professionals have the knowledge and skills required to assist you whatever your requirement. If you have any more questions regarding any of our services, please don't hesitate to call one of our dedicated advisors on 01253 362 500.

read more › Our team of highly experienced and professional personal injury specialists can advise you on all aspects of personal injury law. This expert advice ranges from analysing your case to assessing whether you have a reasonable claim for financial compensation, right through to organising necessary rehabilitation and physiotherapy and, ultimately, fighting your case to ensure you are awarded the compensation you deserve. If you have suffered a personal injury within the last three years, we would be more than happy to advise you on your position.

read more › When buying, selling or refinancing a property, you want the process to be as smooth and hassle-free as possible. We keep in regular contact with you, your agents and advisers to ensure the process can keep moving where possible. The same person will deal with your transaction from start to finish, ensuring consistency. Our highly regarded property department is led by property solicitors with years of experience and offers a friendly and cost-effective service. BBE Law is a member of the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme - the mark of excellence for the home-buying process.

read more › Rest assured you'll find our people friendly and approachable but also committed to providing a professional, quality service with true expertise across an extensive range of personal legal issues. Settlement Agreements are a very useful way of regulating the basis upon which employment is terminated, whether this is for an individual employee or on a larger scale for multiple employees. These type of agreements are an effective way of resolving any potential employment disputes clearly and with as much certainty and finality as possible.

read more › Workplace disputes can occur from time to time but they shouldn't negatively impact on your business. It's usually best to resolve differences directly with your employees, however, when disputes cannot be resolved internally, you may need to attend an employment tribunal. Our employment solicitors are here to guide you through the entire process. We'll help you avoid a tribunal where possible by finding alternative ways to deal with disputes. If you do need to attend a hearing, we will ensure you are fully prepared, supporting you with everything from documentation to obtaining witness statements.

read more › Mediation is an alternative way of resolving a damaging, costly and time-consuming dispute. Our mediators are accredited with the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution ("CEDR") and have extensive experience in mediating partnership and shareholder disputes, professional negligence claims, building disputes, claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family & Dependants) Act 1975, disputes over the validity of will and boundary disputes. With both parties agreement, we can mediate your dispute and if your mediation is successful the terms agreed will be incorporated into a Settlement Agreement that will be binding upon you both.

read more › When a dispute arises among partners, it's important to resolve it without delay to avoid damaging the business. Partnerships imply a relationship more than just a business relationship. That also means they can come undone like any relationship. Disputes can cause serious problems where there is no express agreement outlining the terms of the partnership. Our team has helped all types of partnership to address and resolve their disagreements. We will identify the cause of the dispute and clearly set out the possible actions you could take, the timescales, costs and likely outcomes you can expect.

read more › Our conveyancing team is growing fast and we need another experienced residential conveyancer to join us and manage a full caseload of sales, purchase and re-mortgage files. You will have experience of running your own caseload of files, covering all of the most common types of residential conveyance and you will need to show that you have the knowledge and understanding of conveyancing law to report to the clients on the transactions they are embarking on to ensure that their legal rights are protected and that they understand their responsibilities.

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