Top court of protection solicitors Lydgate? At Bromleys, we understand that your children are the most essential part of your lives. Whether you need advice and guidance regarding adoption, childcare proceedings or local authority involvement regarding your parental responsibilities, we’ll do everything we can to ensure a safe environment for your family. Regardless of the circumstances, our team of specialist solicitors are committed to providing robust, easy-to-understand legal advice coupled with sympathetic guidance and emotional support.
We understand that as an employer, ensuring you have a comprehensive legal framework in-place is crucial to the success of your business and the well-being of your employees. Our legal expertise covers all aspects of employment law and our team have a strong understanding of the fast-paced nature of the field. With employment rules and regulations in a constant state of change, our attention to detail sets us apart and leaves you feeling confident you’ve put your trust in the right solicitors. From drafting workplace policies, to more divisive matters such as discrimination – Bromleys are well-placed to provide both the highest level of service and handle all cases sensitively.
Bromleys is the trading name of Bromleys Solicitors LLP, formerly known as Bromley Hyde & Robinson. We’ve been based in Ashton-under-Lyne for over 175 years and are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. We have an excellent reputation with our clients, peers and the wider business community and pride ourselves on providing clear, concise legal advice. Over the years, we have grown organically while also acquiring and merging with other local practices. We now occupy a prominent position in the heart of Ashton-under-Lyne in the top three floors of the old fire station. Our offices overlook the market square and the historic Ashton-under-Lyne town hall. Read additional info on conveyancing solicitors Rochdale.
As solicitors we advise on the benefits of having a properly drafted and executed Will to ensure that your wishes are carried out when you pass away. A Will has various aspects, but one vital part is the appointment of Executors, the people who will administer your estate after your death. Most people will appoint spouse, family or friends, some will appoint a professional such as their solicitor or accountant. It can seem like a privilege and an honour to be asked to be an Executor, but not many people understand the full consequences of what they are consenting to.
Planning for residential care fees: Many people are concerned that their savings will be taken in the future and their home sold in order to pay for residential care and nursing home fees. This could leave little or nothing for your family to inherit. We’ll look at the value of the property and your financial circumstances in order to discuss your options. Placing your home into a trust, which could potentially be held by your child or children, can help reduce the risk of a forced sale to pay for care home fees. You can also add terms to make sure that you have the right to stay in the property and cannot be evicted under any circumstances. See more information on https://www.bromleys.co.uk/.