1. Binghams Solicitors


    Friendly and approachable, professional and efficient.

    All of us at Binghams Solicitors understand that it may feel daunting when needing to use a Solicitor. We pride ourselves on our friendly yet highly professional approach to all clients. We are sympathetic to your needs and understand that when choosing a Solicitor to deal with your affairs, you need to be completely comfortable with who you choose. 

    Whatever you call us for‚ you can be assured of a warm welcome from a helpful family run firm.

    Have a look around the site and see if we can help you.

  2. Licensing



    We have extensive experience working with the hospitality sector, and can advise and assist in all aspects of obtaining a liquor license for your business. If there are objections to a new or existing license, we have a team of legal specialists who will prepare an effective response and represent you at the hearing.


  3. House Sales


    House Sales

    We will thoroughly investigate the title to your new property and advise to you as to your rights and any restrictions which may affect your property. We will provide guidance and assistance should you need a mortgage.


  4. Compensation



    If you decide that you would like us to help you make a claim, we guarantee that win or lose you will not be liable for any costs or legal fees. Nor will any deductions be taken from your compensation.


Wills and Probate

Making a Will is really a way of making your requests clear regarding what you wish to do with your assets when you have passed away, giving you peace of mind. We are here to help you make your Will as simple and stress free as possible.

Your circumstances may change over time. You need to make sure your will is up to date at all times. Even if you already have a Will that you wish to change or add to, we can do that for you too. If you get married or marry again, any Will that you already have will be invalid and you will need to make another will.

Most people die "intestate" that is to say without having made a Will. They are effectively, leaving the law to sort out their affairs when they pass away. If you die intestate, your estate is distributed according to set rules and without any regard for what you might have wanted. At worst this could mean loved ones receiving nothing and long-forgotten relations receiving all.

A will allows you to decide exactly what happens when you pass away.

Wills are not just for the old and the infirm. Anyone who is married, living with a partner or has children should make a Will. Wills do not take long to prepare and they are relatively inexpensive. The benefits, both financial and emotional can be beyond measure.

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