Quality Standards

Providing an excellent quality service for our clients is really important to us.  All our clients must have 'peace of mind' that they have trusted their matter to a competent lawyer who will deliver for them.  To reinforce this, we have gone out of our way to put our firm, and our lawyers, through many independent assessments and we are proud to have acheived independent recognition for our high standards. 



Lexcel is the Law Society's practice management quality mark. It is only awarded to firms who meet the highest customer care standards.

It means our clients can be confident that we will provide the  highest levels of service across the firm; in all our offices, and for all types of work.
In gaining our Lexcel accreditation the firm undergoes regular independent assessments to ensure we maintain  the high standards required.  To find out more information, please click here.




Conveyancing-Quality-115x55.gifWe are a member of the Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS), which means we meet the high standards the Law Society sets to ensure that we provide a professional and quality conveyancing  service.

Buying or selling a home is one of the biggest deals most of us will make.  You can trust us to get on and do a good job for you. 

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This scheme is managed by the Law Society and is designed to help businesses.  As a member of Lawyers for your Business we offer a free 30 minute consultation for new business start ups.

So, whether you are starting out in business, taking a lease of business premises, buying a freehold or looking at how to structure your business, we can help you.   



We have acheived Law Society accreditation for the high quality of our work for personal injury clients.  To achieve this accreditation our lawyers passed a rigorous examination and demonstrated they have a high level of knowledge, skills and experience.  

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Association of Personal Injury Lawyers

Our lawyers have been accredited by this  long established, respected and  independent body confirming their  experience, expertise and competence.

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Under the collaborative law process, each person appoints their own collaboratively trained lawyer and you, and your respective lawyers, all meet together to work things out face to face. Both of you will have your lawyer by your side throughout the process , so you will have their support and legal advice as you go.

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Members of Resolution are professionals committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes.  Members follow a code of practice that promotes a non-confrontational approach to family problems and encourages solutions that consider the needs of the whole family, in particular the best interests of children.

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Our Mediators, Simi Kalsi and Alice Wightman, are trained to help resolve disputes concerning all issues faced by separating couples, or specific issues such as arrangements for any children. As trained mediators under this recognised and regarded scheme, they will meet with you, and your partner together, and will identify those issues you cannot agree on and help you to try and reach agreement. 

Mediators are neutral and will not take sides, so they cannot give advice to either of you. They will usually recommend that you obtain legal advice alongside the mediation process and will guide you as to when this should happen. However, Resolution trained lawyer mediators will, if appropriate, provide general legal information to both of you within the mediation. 


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