Wills, Trusts & Bereavement
At Arnold Greenwood Solicitors we understand that when seeking a solicitor to help with Wills, Probate, Powers of Attorney, Trusts and Estate Planning you want your instructions dealt with sensitively, professionally and promptly.
That is why our specialist solicitors receive on-going training so that we can give our clients the best possible advice.
At Arnold Greenwood we advise on all aspects of non contentious commercial matters for a wide variety of clients based in South Lakes, the North West and beyond.
We believe in building relationships with our clients that last. We think that it is important to get to know, not just who you are, but just as importantly what you do and what you need from your legal advisors to help your business succeed.
Matthew Sterling is accredited by Resolution with particular specialisms in pensions and complex financial remedies on divorce. As a member of Resolution he is committed to dealing with family law disputes in a constructive way designed to preserve peoples dignity and to encourage agreement. Resolution lawyers follow a code of practice that promotes a non-confrontational approach to family problems.
Arnold Greenwood Solicitors have been servicing the local area on property transactions since the firm was created in 1871. Since that time there has been a host of changes, in the local landscape, the in-town and out of town centre developments and housing developments.
Our solicitors in the property team have a wealth of local knowledge and property experience.
Contracts and Agreements
Life is made up of various contracts and agreements which cannot be avoided. Every time you purchase an item, are offered a service, through to your first job, first house and so on you are entering in to legal agreements and contracts.
In the main, these do not trouble us in going about our daily lives. But what happens when you would like some guidance as to a contract, agreement or legal document? We’re here to help you.
Employment law is in a constant state of flux. Establishing your rights may not be as straightforward as you think and advice that you, a friend, family member, or business partner received recently may be no longer applicable. Our employment law solicitor will provide practical legal advice in order to find the best solution.
There are many reasons why you may consider that you need to take legal action or go to court. However, disputes do not necessarily end with or require a court appearance.
Obtaining our advice at an early stage could resolve a dispute without the need for the courts to be involved. This will save you money, time and the added strain and pressures of the court procedures. If you have a disagreement, contacting us as soon as possible will help you feel supported and provide you with advice which could save you from costly court proceedings.