Painters Law LLP has a large team of divorce, separation and children specialists who are committed to helping you to find solutions that work for you and your family. Whether it is advice on divorce, finances, children dispute, or you are in an abusive relationship we have the expertise to help. Legal aid may be available.
Wills & Probate
Painters Law LLP has an established team of legally qualified professionals, who are specialists in wills and probate. We can help you protect your interests, using our specialist knowledge and experience in helping you and your family organise your property, assets and financial affairs in a way that is tailored to your individual needs.
Painters Law LLP realise how stressful, daunting and time consuming moving house can be. Our award-winning solicitors can guide you through the process in clear and understandable language – whether you are a first-time buyer, purchasing a buy to let or selling your home. Our team can also assist in remortgages, transfers of equity and new build purchases.
Civil Dispute Resolution
With many years of experience in this area, we can assist with contract disputes, debt recovery, landlord and tenant issues, neighbour disputes including boundary issues, property disputes including trespass, building disputes, injunctions, inheritance claims and disputed wills, to name a few.
Latest News & Articles
We are delighted to announce that our Hero of the Month for June is Sharon Banks. The Partners have been particularly impressed by Sharon’s versatility in assisting in the firm with a variety of tasks. As well as assisting our Julie Fisher in our litigation...
We are delighted to announce that our Sharon Rowley has passed her re-accreditation for the Solicitors for the Elderly Older Client Care Practice Award. Sharon is a qualified chartered legal executive and is also a member of the Society of Trust and Estate...
Are you a trustee? Or do you administer or benefit from a trust? If so, it's important that you understand how the introduction of the UK Trusts Register may affect you and your trust. For instance, you may have the right to occupy a house and those kinds of trust...