Bishopsgate Law solicitors can help you with wills and probate law, conveyancing and property law, personal injury claims, employment law, employment tribunal claims and settlement agreements, civil litigation, family law and divorce.
The property law and conveyancing department can deal with all aspects of residential and commercial property conveyancing for purchase and sales, equity release and re-mortgaging, leasehold property, tenancy agreements, landlord and tenant disputes, and rent arrears.
Bishopsgate Law Ltd is an accredited member of the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme - the mark of excellence for the home buying process.
Our private client solicitors can advise you about making your will, estate planning and inheritance tax liabilities, trusts, dealing with probate, obtaining lasting power of attorney, and bringing or defending an inheritance claim.
If you are an employee and believe you may have been unfairly dismissed, or unfairly and unlawfully treated or discriminated against at work and have a potential claim at an employment tribunal, we can give advice and act for you at the tribunal.
If you believe you may have a case to make an employment tribunal claim, we can make an assessment of your case based on the facts and information you send us by e-mail.
If you have been offered a settlement agreement by your employer, you should seek independent legal advice before signing it. Normally your employer will agree to pay for you to receive independent legal advice. We can advise you about your settlement agreement.
We can act for you in making a personal injury claim if you have been hurt in an accident at work.
We can help with most civil litigation and dispute resolution matters.
Our solicitors can act for you in family law and divorce matters.
Our offices are in Bishopsgate, London EC2, and Potters Bar, Hertfordshire.
Please contact the reception team at Potters Bar on 01707 246100 to make an appointment for London or Herts offices, or to enquire about how we can help you.
We offer a free initial half-hour appointment for most matters. Usually, we can discuss the brief facts of your matter and can give you an idea of whether you have a potential claim or a case where we can help you. We will also talk to you about funding any work that we do for you. You get an opportunity to meet us and decide whether you want us to represent you.
The solicitors at Bishopsgate Law are: