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A H Page Solicitors A.H. PAGE was founded in 1926 and has been serving the local community ever since. We look after Private clients and Commercial clients and our staff strive tirelessly to provide a first class service to all. We have a dynamic and passionate family team who deal with both Private and Legally Aided matters. Our team deals with initial consultations through to representation at Court.

We can assist our multi-ethnic community as members of our team speak Urdu, Punjabi, Bengali and Hindi. Whether you are a new client or one of our returning clients, you can be sure that we will do all we can to deal with your matter promptly and efficiently at all times.
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read more › Babul was admitted to the Roll in 2002 and is a highly experienced Solicitor with over 14 years' legal practice experience. He specialises in dealing with all aspects of commercial and residential property transactions. Selling or buying a property is usually the largest single transaction undertaken by most people and it can be a complex and scary process for the inexperienced and first-time client to get onto the property ladder or business. Babul has the ability to simplify the whole process so the transactions are as painless as possible and he has vast experience in dealing with any potential problems encountered along the way with solutions to suit the clients.

read more › A H Page Solicitors have been providing our services for over 90 years. Our solicitors developed a reputation both locally and nationally for being the best in the business. The firm has been assisting people with their property transactions since the firm was established in 1926. If you are buying, selling or remortgaging we are here to help you. We have a dedicated property department ready to assist you. If you are looking for friendly, approachable and efficient conveyancing services from experienced and committed staff, our conveyancing department offers you all of this at a very reasonable and competitive rate.

read more › With no costs or obligations, we are happy to discuss conveyancing work at an initial meeting and to provide you with our costs setting out all of the anticipated fees and disbursements. We understand that at times you will require the expertise of property solicitors not out of such as family breakdown. Should you be in the unfortunate situation of losing your property through a divorce or dissolution of a civil partnership, our solicitors will work closely with our experienced family department to offer expertise in property issues arising from breakdown.

read more › Our commercial property solicitors will help you or your business through the often difficult process of buying or selling property, or on the granting or taking of a commercial lease. The law in relation to commercial property is complex and changing and you need an expert to be able to advise you on matters arising out of business and residential leases. Our team can deal with Planning Authorities, Commercial Agents, Surveyors, Architects, Lenders in a professional manner with a suitable fee structure.

read more › Whether it is Injunctive relief, Divorce, Financial provision, Private or Public Child Law matters, we provide a consistent and committed service. The purpose of a divorce is to terminate a marriage between two people. However, you can only obtain a divorce if you have a legal reason for the court to then decide. Your partner has committed adultery and you find it intolerable to continue living with him. Your partner has been abusive or behaved in such a way that it would be unreasonable to continue living with him.

read more › The factors that the Court will take into account are set out in the Matrimonial Causes Act and include the treating of any welfare of any minor child of the family when dealing with an application for a Financial Order. The income, earning capacity, property and other financial resources, which you and your spouse has or is likely to have in the foreseeable future, including, in the case of earning capacity, any increase in that capacity which would in the opinion of the Court be reasonable to expect you and your spouse to take steps to acquire;.

read more › Domestic violence means any violence or threat of violence that takes place in or outside the home between family, household members or partners in existing or previous relationships. It can include mental, emotional, financial, physical and sexual violence. This includes harassment, for example persistent letters, text messages or emails and psychological or mental abuse. An injunction is a type of court order which forbids an abuser from doing certain things. If the abuser disobeys the order, he can be punished by being fined or sent to prison.

read more › Deciding what should happen to your children when you and your spouse have split up can be difficult. You might not be able to agree who your children should be with, or who they should see. Going to court should be a last resort. There are many other ways of reaching an agreement on what should happen with your child. Family meditation is one way of settling differences during and after separation or divorce. A trained mediator will help you and your ex-spouse to make arrangements for looking after your children and or finances.

read more › If the Local Authority does not feel that the child can remain living with you or your spouse whilst such an assessment is carried out, they may ask you to agree to the child being accommodated under a Section 20 Agreement. The Local Authority may not provide accommodation for the child if anyone with parental responsibility for the child objects. In such circumstances where a child is accommodated under Section 20, the person with Parental Responsibility (you and/or your spouse) has a right to remove the child at any time, as it is a voluntary agreement.

read more › Pre-Nuptial Agreements are not binding yet but, in some cases, will carry decisive weight. They are becoming of greater interest and weight within matrimonial proceedings. Pre-Nuptial Agreements are very different from Post-Nuptial Agreements. The reason that one party usually seeks to enter into a Pre-Nuptial Agreement, is that they are the financially-stronger party and they seek to protect assets from the discretionary awards made by the Courts. If there was no Pre-Nuptial Agreement, the Court would make an award, taking into account the length of the marriage, the needs of the parties and the standard of living they have become accustomed to and all other factors set out in S25 of the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973.

read more › A Power of Attorney is a formal legal document that allows you ("the Donor") to appoint someone to act on your behalf ("an Attorney") to make decisions for you. Those decisions may be in respect of your property and financial affairs or your health and welfare. We all like to be in control. However, nobody knows what the future holds. Old age, accident, physical or mental illness may make it difficult or even impossible to look after yourself or your financial affairs. By putting in place a Lasting Power of Attorney you can choose who you would like to make decisions on your behalf.

read more › A Power of Attorney is a formal legal document that allows you ("the Donor") to appoint someone to act on your behalf ("an Attorney") to make decisions for you. Those decisions may be in respect of your property and financial affairs or your health and welfare. We all like to be in control. However, nobody knows what the future holds. Old age, accident, physical or mental illness may make it difficult or even impossible to look after yourself or your financial affairs. By putting in place a Lasting Power of Attorney you can choose who you would like to make decisions on your behalf.

read more › Only the Court of Protection can authorise decisions as important as making a Will or a major lifetime gift on behalf of someone who lacks capacity. Our expertise covers all types of applications, complex and straightforward, contentious and non-contentious. At A H Page Solicitors we recommend a face-to-face meeting with one of our specialist solicitors. We can offer you comprehensive legal advice helping you to choose the most suitable attorneys and to decide what your attorneys will be responsible for.

read more › When a loved one has passed away, you want to be able to rely on an expert and experience solicitor who can help deal with the estate efficiently and thoroughly, all with an understanding and friendly manner. We understand that Wills and Probate matters can be difficult and confusing. We have a specialist Wills and Probate team so you know that only the best and most experienced people are working for you. We can provide you with estimated costs, which are worked out when we have taken brief details of the deceased's estate.

read more › The Estate not liable for inheritance tax because below exemption (currently 325,000 or with transfer of unused inheritance tax spouse allowance ) currently 650,000. For an estate with a house, several bank accounts and several beneficiaries. All estates are different, which is why it is difficult to fix the costs due to the complex and varying nature of the work involved. For a fixed fee quote tailored to the approximate value of the estate, please contact us by telephone or email, and we'll aim to provide it to you the same or next working day.

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