How can we help you?
Buying a business
Mergers and acquisitions
Partnership and shareholder agreements
Selling a business
Terms and conditions
Lasting Powers of attorney
Wills and inheritance tax planning
Lease extensions and enfranchisement
At Hodders Solicitors, we are here to help you solve your legal issues so that you can secure your future.
Our Solicitors are all experts in their chosen legal field. Whether your legal issue is Business, Personal or Property related, we can help you.Are you looking for a solicitor to handle your transactional matter, or to provide detailed legal advice? At Hodders Solicitors our experts are here to provide the legal knowledge and advice that you need, whether it is:
- Business related
- A personal legal matter or
- Property related
If you are looking for a solicitor that can handle your transactional matter efficiently and professionally, or to provide the expert legal advice you need to sort out your legal issues, then our specialist teams of solicitors, paralegals and assistants are here to help and advise you. However it’s not just legal advice you may need, but practical, common sense, real world advice that gets your legal issue solved. Our team are used to the best way forward to resolve your issues, whether its negotiating with the other side in your house purchase, or your family matter, or advising of the best course of action to resolve a dispute.
Finding a solicitor for your legal issues can be a daunting task. With so many solicitors in the UK ranging from large City firms to local high street practices. Add to that the cost of taking legal action and the decision to hire a solicitor can be very difficult.
There are generally two occasions that you will need a solicitor:
- To carry out a transactional matter such as a residential conveyance
- To advise on a legal matter
At Hodders Solicitors, we can handle all of your legal needs, both transactional and advisory. Examples of the type of transactional work we carry out are:
- Residential conveyancing
- Commercial conveyancing
- Preparing your will
- Applying for and dealing with a probate on the death of a relative or loved one
- Tenancy evictions
- Settlement agreements if being made redundant
- Corporate and personal immigration matters
- Civil Litigation
- Commercial Litigation
- Contentious Wills and Probate
- Wills and inheritance tax planning
- Buying and selling a business
- Commercial agreements
- Non-Statutory Lease extensions
- Defended tenancy evictions
At Hodders we pride ourselves on the fact that many of our clients come back to use us time and again for advice and assistance. With a Trustpilot rating of over 4 out of 5 our clients trust us with their legal issues.
How to Choose a solicitor
The first stage is to find a solicitor with a reputation for expertise in the area of law you are looking for advice. At Hodders Solicitors all of our staff only advise on the area of law in which they are expert. This means you can be assured that whether its business, property or peroneal advice you are seeking, our teams will give you the best advice available.
The second stage to choosing a solicitor is to know that you can find a solicitor that can be trusted. As with all solicitors , Hodders are authorised and regulated by the independent, government appointed, Solicitors Regulatory Authority.
With Hodders Solicitors, you also get the comfort of appointing a firm that is accredited by the Lexcel standard, the Conveyancing Quality Scheme standard, and the LEAP Best Practice Standard. Our staff are also members of various expert schemes such as Resolution, the Law Society Family Law scheme.
The final stage to choosing a solicitor is to find one that understands your needs. Our solicitors are experienced enough to know when to listen , expert enough to find a solution that is legally sound, and experienced enough to find practical solutions to your issues.
All of our solicitors understand the needs of their clients.
By listening to our clients our solicitors find the best legal and practical solutions to our clients problems.