We have a wealth of knowledge in a wide range of areas of law.
Conveyancing is the legal process for the sale, purchase or re-mortgage of your property.
Eddowes Perry and Osbourne conveyancing team have a wealth of experience and knowledge that can take care of the whole process for you whether you’re a first-time buyer, seller, re-mortgaging, buying to let or need a transfer of equity after a divorce or separation.
We have been buying and selling properties since 1650 and have an excellent relationship with local estate agents to ensure that your move proceeds smoothly and efficiently.
We are members of the Law Society conveyancing quality scheme. The scheme requires practices to undergo a strict assessment, compulsory training, self-reporting, random audits and annual reviews in order to maintain CQS status. It is open only to members of the Law Society who meet the demanding standers set by the scheme and has the support of the Council of Mortgage Lenders, the building Societies Association, Legal Ombudsman and the Association of British Insurers.
Eddowes Perry and Osbourne conveyancing team will advise and handle the whole process on your behalf.
Our residential property specialists provide expert advice on:
Quality and Personal Advice you can trust.
If you would prefer to speak to one of our conveyancing team members direct, please contact us on: 0121 686 9444.
If your family relationship has broken down or you are facing some difficulties and do not know which way to turn, Eddowes Perry and Osbourne Solicitors can assist you and provide you with expert legal advice on separation, whether you are married or unmarried, divorce, issues surrounding your assets and finances and arrangements for your children.
We will also look at the wider issues, such as whether you need a new will, Power of Attorney or if there is to be a property transfer, and advise you accordingly.
Our family solicitors, based right in the heart of Sutton Coldfield, will work with you to reach the best outcome for you and look at all of the issues arising out of your family breakdown.
We aim to resolve your dispute amicably without escalating the already difficult situation that you are experiencing. Rachel McLarney is a member of Resolution who are committed to working towards a constructive resolution to family disputes. Members follow a Code of Practice that promotes a non-confrontational approach to family law and all of our family team aims to work in this manner. We will also consider whether mediation would be a good option for you.
Where it is not possible to reach agreement, whether regarding finances or children, our family solicitors are experienced at representing client’s at court. We also have connections with experienced barristers in the region, should the need for additional advice arise.
We will look after you and your interests every step of the way. We understand that a relationship breakdown, and all that flows from this, will be a very trying, upsetting and stressful time and we try to take that stress off your plate and onto ours. We also understand that each client’s circumstances are different and we approach every case on its own facts and we deal with each client as an individual.
We can assist you with:
We look forward to hearing from you, and assisting in any way possible.
Employment matters can range from Legal issues, with businesses both small and large, Settlement agreements, equal pay claims, unfair dismissal, redundancy.
Eddowes Perry and Osbourne have extensive experience of handling all matters on behalf of both employers and employees in all areas of employment law. Our extensive knowledge encompasses a wide range of employment linked issues, such as:
Services for Employers
Whether you are a company, partnership, charity or sole trader, for every business its employees are its most valuable asset. We understand that you will want to attract and retain talented staff whilst at the same time meeting your legal responsibilities in a practical and commercial manner. Our breadth of knowledge ensures we can cater for all types of employers with affordable, fast and effective solutions. We will ensure you have the correct policies and procedures in place to deal with all your legal responsibilities quickly and effectively. Should difficulties arise, our team can respond swiftly to help bring about a satisfactory and cost-effective resolution.
Should a grievance matter arise in the workplace fast resolution is needed to manage what can sometimes be disruptive situations. We can offer support to guide you through fact-finding investigations and interviews. We will always keep a close eye on the commercial and financial implications for you and your business.
If you are having or have had problems with an employer/employee, or just need some simple advice, please do not hesitate to contact our Employment Law Director, Anthony McLarney or call us on 0121 686 9444 and ask to speak to a member of our Employment department.
Whatever your age, if you’ve assets, for example a house, savings or a business, our private client team can help you and our advice can be invaluable in providing peace of mind, and financial security to you and the ones you love.
Eddowes Perry and Osbourne have been providing professional advice for many years. We look at the opportunities for making tax savings and safeguard your financial welfare.
Miles Astbury-Crimes is a Director of the firm and qualified in 1994. He has always specialised in wills and probate matters so has a wealth of knowledge in this area of law. He oversees our other experienced team members who also specialise in this area of law.
Our specialist team of solicitors can provide you with help in planning for the future, in dealing with difficulties that may arise from time to time in your life. We are here to ease any concerns you may have about protecting assets from inheritance tax, family disputes and local authority care costs.
How can we help:
If you have any enquires please feel free to contact us for quality advice you can trust.
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