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Welcome to Hattons Solicitors St Helens
At Hattons Solicitors in St Helens we are legal specialists, but we are also people. We understand how difficult situations can impact upon life, and the lives of those around us. This understanding is reflected in what we do, and how we do it. We pride ourselves on being approachable and understanding, personable and available. Maintaining the highest professional standards, we always work tirelessly with you towards achieving the best possible outcome in the most efficient way.
By being situated outside two major cities, we are able to offer value for money whilst providing a high quality service.
St Helens solicitors Hattons Law are a local law firm in St Helens with a national reach. Most people at some point in their lives will require the services of a legal professional and when this happens it can often be caused by stressful circumstances. Our St Helens solicitors are a team of people who understand this and aim to take the burden and stress away from you and ensure your requirements are handled in a friendly, professional and courteous manner.
Our family legal services in Merseyside range from divorce to cohabitation rights and adoption.
When you are moving home and need a local solicitor in St Helens to handle the conveyancing in an efficient and professional manner within the time frame you need then look no further than Hattons Solicitors in St Helens.
Wills and Estate Disputes
Hattons Solicitors in St Helens understand that when a loved one passes away it is a sensitive time for all involved and having to take legal advice surrounding a will or estate dispute is not to be taken lightly. Our professional solicitors are very experienced at handling such matters followed the death of a loved one and will play an important part of making the probate process less painful.
It is common for tenants to at times not be able to fund an expensive legal cost for court proceedings against a landlord but we are able to offer a No Win No Fee agreement if your case qualifies. If you have a requirement to pursue a landlord for whatever reason then our legal team based in St Helens are here to answer your questions.
There could be a number of reasons why a person needs to seek the advice from a solicitor regarding a personal injury claim. If you are looking for a local law firm based in St Helens (please note that we are happy to take enquiries from a wider area too), our team of experts will work to protect your rights and offer an efficient and friendly service that leads so many of our clients to recommend us to others.
Even professional people get it wrong sometimes and sometimes with serious consequences. When you have an experience falling below the high quality of work and standard where a reasonable level of skills and care has not been carried out on your behalf then we would like to talk to you about your experience. Whether your experience involved a missed deadline, an accountant failing to detect fraud and a missed defect spot from a surveyor our team in St Helens are waiting to hear from you.
Under the Equality Act 2010, a person is protected from discrimination if the reason for the mistreatment is due to particular characteristic. If you have experienced discrimination in work or other area of your life then we would like to chat with you. Our St Helens law firm will represent your legal rights in a professional and efficient manner to ensure discrimination is dealt with fairly.
Individuals and Commercial Law
Hattons provide our legal services to individuals and for the commercial sectors. Our menu can offer you an insight into the type of legal services we can offer to you and if there is something we have not covered then please ask our team and we can offer you further advice.
News and Opinion
How to write a will during lockdown. Solicitors are seeing a surge in the number of people wishing to make a will – at exactly the time it’s harder than ever to do so but this article will guide you through how you can still write or update a will during lockdown. The UK is […]Read more →
None of us like to think about dying which might explain why nearly 60% of adults in the UK don’t have a will but if you die without a valid will in place, inheritance laws called the Rules Of Intestacy come in to play and will decide who is entitled to inherit what in relation […]Read more →
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