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Whitefields Solicitors Whitefields Solicitors was established in 2008 by the current partners. It was felt there was a need for good legal advisors focusing on providing a good quality personal service. Based in East London on the border of Leyton and Walthamstow we are easily accessible using all forms of transport. Our offices are fully equipped with the latest computer technology and access to a wide range of legal resources enables us to provide the level of service required of a modern law firm.

This has enabled us to offer a more variety and effective means of communications such as email and short message services (SMS). Our aim is to provide an accessible and reliable legal service to the local community and beyond. We strive to provide an excellent quality of service coupled with unequivocal client care.

We are proud of the fact that a large number of our clients come to us through recommendations and repeat instructions and believe that this is a testament to our high level of customer service and approachable manner.

read more › Majid Shafiq qualified as a Solicitor in 2001. Following qualification he sought to specialise in all forms of property law and has now established himself as an experienced advisor on all forms of property transactions. He has developed a good client base acting for a variety of clients from individuals who are looking to acquire a residential property to a company acquiring business premises. He also has a sound understanding of Landlord and Tenant related matters including litigation and repossessions.

read more › Conveyancing: solicitor required to cover residential, commercial, and landlord and Tenant. Computer literacy and the ability to handle own caseload is essential. Family: experienced family lawyer with minimum 3/4 years PQE required to set up and run a new Family department. The right candidate must be energetic and enthusiastic with a track record of dealing with divorce and ancillary relief. A following is preferred. Salary is dependent upon experience. Placements are unpaid and can last anything from a few days to four weeks.

read more › Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring property ownership. The seller's solicitor draws up a contract which both parties sign once the buyer's solicitor has made all prudent enquiries to ensure that there are no problems with the ownership of the property and the legal title is sound. The property and funds change hands on completion. How long will the process of buying or selling a home take? A. The average time taken, from our receiving your instructions to exchanging contracts, is usually between four and six weeks.

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