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Trinity Law Solicitors Trinity Law Solicitors is a forward thinking modern law firm with a distinguished reputation built up over the years, based on the goodwill of numerous close client relationships, expertise in specialist sectors and a careful attention to personal service and quality. We work closely with clients, addressing their immediate needs as well as helping them to achieve their longer-term personal, strategic and commercial goals.

We make it our business to know about everything of concern to our clients. We pride ourselves on the fact that our advice is reliable, pragmatic, honest and carefully considered. It is also provided discreetly, with understanding, integrity and careful attention to detail. We have a efficient and dedicated team of lawyers with the right mix of legal skills and expertise.

Unlike many of our competitors, we can look after all of our clients' personal and business needs. At Trinity Law Solicitors, we care about the people who trust us with the legal issues they are facing.
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read more › At Trinity Law Solicitors, we care about the people who trust us with the legal issues they are facing. We opened in 2006 and have continued to grow. But we have retained the feel of a friendly and approachable law firm where clear communication is paramount. When faced with legal troubles, you need personal attention and reassurance from an expert in the particular area that concerns you. With Trinity Law Solicitors you will always have direct contact with one of our solicitors - from the start to finish of your case.

read more › Solicitors here advise on and conduct professional negligence claims that is to say actions for damages for negligence against bankers, architects, surveyors, estate agents, solicitors, accountants, brokers, patent agents, trade mark agents, barristers, financial advisers, doctors, other healthcare professionals, auditors, auctioneers, actuaries, computer consultants and any other advisor whose advice complained of was given in a professional capacity. Have you lost money due to the mistakes or bad advice of a professional advisor?

read more › It is a fact of modern life that many people are facing debt problems and difficulties. Credit is all too freely available and can quickly spiral out of control. Problems arise when you are unable to meet the monthly credit payments. Your payments may be in arrears or creditors may be threatening court action. Difficulties in repaying debt can arise from a number of different reasons. Income may be reduced because of redundancy, bereavement or a career change. It may simply be that you have taken on too much credit.

read more › We have qualified solicitors to provide expert advice and assistance regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. If you care about what happens to your property after you die, you should make a will. Without one, the State directs who inherits, so your friends, favourite charities and relatives may get nothing. It is particularly important to make a will if you are not married or are not in a registered civil partnership (a legal arrangement that gives same-sex partners the same status as a married couple).

read more › Immigration Law is a specialised area of the law. It affects those people who wish to gain entry to the UK for a purpose covered by the Immigration Rules. In many circumstances, it is UK citizens who assist the application for non-UK nationals to come to the UK, and principally it is the UK citizen (sponsor) who undertakes to solve the problems of gaining entry to the UK. We operate our Immigration Department with an experienced team of caseworkers and are able to advise upon matters relating to Immigration Law and can provide you with up to date and accurate advice in relation to any Immigration problems you have.

read more › If you live in rented housing, you have a legal right to ensure that the living conditions are kept in a state of good repair. However, it is a fact that a lot of rented property, particularly those run by Councils and Housing Association are not kept to adequate standards. For example, properties may suffer from rising or penetrating damp, caused from problems with the building work on the property. This not only leads to unsightly parts of your home, but can also lead to health problems, particularly in small children.

read more › Medical Negligence (or Medical Malpractice) is an increasing problem across the UK, with a large number of cases and compensation claims being faced by the NHS and other private medical institutions over the past few years. The pressure on NHS staff to deliver a quality service is an ever increasing requirement, with a high standard of care expected, and the care that is delivered not always meeting these standards. Here at Been Let Down, we are expert medical negligence Solicitors who help individuals and families to gain recognition and recompense for any medical negligence they may have suffered.

read more › Family law is personal: When a marriage or civil partnership breaks down, almost every aspect of your life is affected. When you consult Trinity Law Solicitors about your divorce or other family issue, you are guaranteed expert, practical advice from sensitive solicitors. We represent clients across the UK. Committed to limiting the emotional and financial fallout of divorce and separation - helping you face the future. If your relationship can be salvaged, we will arrange appropriate mediation.

read more › If you are a tenant in an assured shorthold tenancy (AST) agreement, your landlord is legally obligated to protect your deposit through a Government-backed tenancy deposit scheme - either The Deposit Protection Service (DPS), MyDeposits, or The Dispute Service. The law states that your landlord has 30 days to protect your deposit once you have paid it. Then, within these same 30 days, your landlord must provide you with 'prescribed information' in writing, which contains the details of your deposit protection.

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