Solicitors in Portsmouth for all your legal needs
Solicitors cover a range of services to aid their clients in whatever their legal endeavour might need. It may be hard to know which organisation to choose with the many options available. Here at Andrew and Andrew, we want to assure our clients that when considering a solicitor, by choosing us, they are selecting hard-working, professional, and trustworthy solicitors that define Andrew and Andrew.
No matter the legal issue; whether it be injury, property, family, wills, powers of attorney, medical negligence, or civil litigation, we have you covered.
If you have had an accident within the last three years, you might be entitled to compensation. No matter where the action occurred, we will be able to offer you legal advice. Whether you slipped in a public place, had an accident on the road, or at work, our solicitors in Portsmouth will work tirelessly to get what you deserve.
Are you buying or selling a home? Our conveyance solicitors in Portsmouth are here to help. Often, moving can be stressful but also exciting. Here at Andrew and Andrew, we aim to make the experience as smooth and comfortable as possible. Our practice has even been recognised by the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS), which is only given to organisations of high standards.
Family law disputes are often best resolved at the earliest convenience to affected parties. Whatever the causes for the breakdown of the relationship, it is our focus to solve all the legalities as amicably as possible. Our family solicitors in Portsmouth can offer their experience, professionalism and drive in resolving your family law issues.
Wills and probate
Probate is the legal process of ‘proving’ a will in a court of law and accepting it as a valid last testament of the recently deceased. Our probate solicitors in Portsmouth have a variety of services they can offer. Including making a will, administering the deceased’s personal affairs and estate, addressing inheritance tax, setting up trusts, organising co-ownership of property, dealing with variation to a will after death, and resolving will disputes.
A Power of Attorney
A Power of Attorney (POA) is a legal document that is used to make decisions in private affairs, business, or other legal matters on someone’s behalf. Usually, but not limited to it, a POA is made in the event of mental incapacitation. There are two types of POA’s used, Lasting Power of Attorney for Property and Financial Affairs and a Lasting Power of Attorney for Health and Welfare.
For cases of clinical and medical negligence, our solicitors can offer you immediate legal advice in an initial free consultation! The main thing to note, or rather two things to note, is you must prove:
- There was a breach of the duty of care; and
- This breach has caused your current position.
Basically, you need to prove a fault-cause relationship that caused you damage as a result of their negligence.
Civil litigation is an issue when two parties have a non-criminal problem or discrepancy. Our legal team will be able to assist you in defending or issuing a complaint.
With over 60 years of experience, our team at Andrew and Andrew can help you with a plethora of legal needs. Most of our new cases come directly from personal recommendations from previous clients, so if you don’t believe us, check out our testimonials.