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West Lancashire Law

‘20 Certificate of Excellence

At West Lancashire Law our mission is to help as many people as possible, at the most affordable rates, in an ethical & understanding way. Our team has extensive experience in the following areas; Family law (including Public Law Proceedings), Employment Law, Personal Injury, Civil Law including Breach of Contract, Landlord & Tenant, Monetary Disputes and Boundary Disputes. Each and every member of our team are dedicated and passionate about the legal profession and access to justice. We wish to help members of the public through what can be a stressful and difficult time by providing a quality service at competitive rates along with a good, honest, compassionate ear and friendly service. We also provide a HR Consultancy service to businesses big or small. We can offer a fresh perspective with high level solutions and recommendations to solve all of your HR matters.

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What do you love most about your job?

We love to help people! To guide them through what can be difficult and emotional times. We love to hear that we made a difference through such times for our clients.

What inspired you to start your own business?

We wanted to create a friendly and ethical law firm that had a team with whom members of the general public can relate. Although we have been to law school, we are from working class backgrounds, we are proud of that and our heritage and we wanted members of the public to be able to contact a lawyer that they could relate to.

Why should our clients choose you?

Because we are relatable, ethical, friendly and understanding people here at West Lancashire Law whilst maintaining professionalism and dedication.

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

Throughout the Covid pandemic we have been working remotely and we have now got a fully functioning remote system in place. We can provide legal advice and representation remotely which includes FaceTime appointments.

What changes have you made to keep your customers safe from Covid-19?

We are working remotely and using FaceTime to meet with our clients and discuss their cases. We are able to deliver or collect any paperwork if posting is not an option which will of course be done using PPE at all times.

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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.

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