Loading...

Please wait ...

Find a Lawyer in London

Where do you need Lawyers?

Go
BBC
Daily Mail
The Guardian
Harpers Bazaar
Cosmopolitan

Need to find a Lawyer in London?

We’ll connect you with the best Lawyers in London in minutes. Start your search and get free quotes today! 

Whether you’re looking for quotes or you’re ready to hire, or if you’d like to speak with some London-based Lawyers, we can help.

First time looking for a Lawyer and not sure where to start? Let us do the legwork for you. Tell us about your project and we’ll send you a list of Lawyers in London to review.  

There’s no pressure to hire, so you can compare profiles, read previous reviews and ask for more information before you make your decision.

Best of all - it’s completely free!

1

Tell us what you need

We’ll help you find a Lawyer in London. Help us refine your search by telling us your requirements and we’ll contact service providers in your area to help you.

2

Receive Free Quotes

You’ll receive free quotes from professionals in London and get quick notifications via our website or app. We make sure we do the leg work for you!

3

Choose your Lawyer

Pick from some of the best providers in your area. With easy access to reviews and direct contact with Lawyers, you can be confident with your choice.

Sterling Lawyers and KSC Legal profile image
S

Sterling Lawyers and KSC Legal

Greater London, Kent, Essex, Surrey

‘20 Certificate of Excellence

My name is Kuldeep S. Clair and I am a Consultant Solicitor with 25 years of expertise. I provide a full legal consultancy, including advocacy (representation) in courts and tribunals. I can offer remote consultations by phone/video at short notice if necessary. I have the skill and resources to provide a cutting-edge legal service as would be expected from lawyers in the City (near Blackfriars, where my main office is based). I can quote a fixed fee in advance for work which is easily definable and predictable. Just email me or call direct, whether inside or outside of working hours and please describe your problem. If I am not available, I will call back as a matter of urgency. We are fully regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Being a solicitor is a positive advantage because it means that we operate to specific high standards. You are protected if things were to go wrong. I am not merely a legal clerk, law student or trainee who has read a few law books! I perform the work for you 100% myself; I don't farm it out to an anonymous third party and take a slice of the fee, as do many claims management companies or so-called 'lawyers'. And the fact that you have a competent experienced solicitor need not mean that we are ridiculously expensive. You will be pleasantly surprised. The quality of my service is guaranteed to be the best that you will find in my fields of law, which the countless genuine reviews from satisfied clients here on Bark show. Please take a look. When you contact me, please do it direct, either by calling me or emailing. You can find the details by looking on Google as well. You will get a guaranteed quick response and quote. I will make myself available on evenings and weekends in urgent cases. Please check out the weblink at www.ksclegal.co.uk Fees start from £250 exc vat for a detailed consultation, depending on the nature of the matter. No hidden extras. I am afraid that we do not have a legal aid contract. Fees can either be charged in two ways, agreed in advance: hourly or fixed. It is that simple!

View Profile

Hear from
a professional

What do you love most about your job?

The sense of achievement by ultimately getting justice for my client by obtaining the best possible result.

Saving my long-standing clients a lot of stress, aggravation, and money regularly.

What inspired you to start your own business?

I work as a consultant because:
- I can work more independently, in the way that I want, and which suits your individual case.
- I am 100% responsible for my own work, and having the full professional backing of my firm as well.
- I can use my personal flair and style to suit your needs.

Why should our clients choose you?

I guarantee the quality of my work. It will be done:
- to highest professional standards
- personally by me, not 'farmed off' to a paralegal or newly-qualified 'lawyer'

You can call me in the evenings and weekends as well. My first priority is always looking after my clients' interests; I am always willing to 'go the extra mile' to ensure that you are happy.

Can you provide your services online or remotely? If so, please add details.

Absolutely - I positively encourage it. I am not so vain as to think that my clients always need to see my handsome face!
I can provide my legal service effectively 80% of the time remotely. Most court hearings are occurring remotely these days anyway.

Read More

Lawyers, Solicitors & Notary Publics FAQs

Expand all

The term ‘lawyer’ can be applied to anyone who is qualified as a legal practitioner, which includes solicitors and barristers.

A solicitor is a legal professional who works to bring a case to court. They will work directly with the parties involved, including managing the communication between both sides. However, a solicitor cannot represent you in court. Instead, they will instruct a barrister or another legal professional to speak on your behalf.

A high level of integrity, professionalism, and determination to bring about justice and a fair resolution to your case are some of the top qualities to look out for in a lawyer. This also includes advising you when a case is not worth bringing to court too. The longer a solicitor, lawyer, or notary public has been working in the legal profession, the more experience they have to help you in whatever matter you need them for. Ideally, you should research them beforehand including what they specialise in, and if they offer a free consultation.

The world of law is very complex, and there are many different types of lawyers. Here are some of the most common ones.

  • Criminal - A criminal lawyer will represent someone accused of a crime. They will cover the entire case, and often they will be experienced in other areas of related law too such as extradition.

  • Divorce - A divorce lawyer will help bring about a dissolve of a marriage which begins by serving divorce papers to the other party. They will also represent their client in court to achieve a fair division of assets.

  • Immigration - An immigration lawyer will assist with things such as UK visa applications or deportation issues. They can help ensure someone is fairly granted the right to remain in the country, especially if they have established roots here, or would be in danger if they returned to their country of origin.

  • Personal Injury - If you’ve had an accident that wasn’t your fault, then a personal injury solicitor can help bring your case to court. They will strive to bring about monetary compensation or even a change in legislation based on your experience.

To offer the services of a lawyer, solicitor, or notary public, the individual must go through several years of training. This begins with a law degree or a graduate diploma in law. When considering which legal professional to go for, they should state their credentials on their website. Different legal trade bodies are available to point you in the right direction.

A barrister is someone who presents a case before a jury or judge in a courtroom. They will typically specialise in a particular area of law, such as family law. Barristers have less interaction with their clients, especially compared to a solicitor. Instead, they are there to best present the information to the court and use their expertise to argue the case.

If you’ve been told you need a document notarised, then you must consult a notary public. A notary assists in legal matters involving paperwork and the signing or authentication of documents. Usually, these documents are to be filed abroad. For example, if you are buying a house or need a power of attorney in another country.

A notary will make sure you understand the document you are signing, and that you are who you say you are, through what’s known as an apostille. This is an official document from the Foreign Office which provides proof of identity, which is sometimes needed when signing legal documents. A notary public will organise this and make the process as smooth as possible, even when the deadline is urgent. Only around 800 notary publics operate in the UK. In some cases, a solicitor can also perform some of the duties of a notary public.

The cost of hiring a lawyer very much depends on their experience, what you need them for, and where they are based. Every service a lawyer provides will also have a fixed fee, and there could be additional charges if the lawyer has to travel far too.

Definitely! Whatever you're facing, your qualified lawyer, solicitor or notary public will be able to offer expert advice from anywhere in the world via phone or video call, so you can get the support you need.

Reviews

4.80/5.00

based on 4,876 reviews

The average rating for Bark Lawyers in London is 4.80, based on 4,876 reviews.

Get quotes from Lawyers in London