Our experienced team of solicitors in Salisbury can provide expert legal advice on various matters, supporting individuals and businesses alike. Our expertise extends to handling a wide range of legal matters, including but not limited to family law, private client law, employment law, property law, immigration, military law and charity matters.
At Parker Bullen, we combine practical legal advice with a friendly face to make sure that our clients always receive the best possible service. We understand that solving certain legal matters can often prove difficult, so we always make sure to remain empathetic to our client’s situation and requirements.
We provide straightforward advice in plain English and with no legal jargon. This means that, whether you are acting as an individual or a company, you understand exactly what steps need to be taken.
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Facing a legal issue that involves your family can be incredibly distressing, especially if there is a potential for it to result in needless conflict or disruption. To help you reach the best possible outcome for your circumstances, our solicitors can step in to lend their support.
Our family law solicitors in Salisbury can support you with a wide range of family law matters, including divorce, cohabitation and child law.
Whether you are a first-time buyer, are looking to move your way up the property ladder, or are preparing to downsize, residential property transactions are very significant. They can also prove to be complicated in some instances, which is why consulting legal advice at an early stage is vital.
Our property solicitors in Salisbury can support you through the entire process of completing a residential property transaction, whether it involves buying, selling, remortgaging, or leasing a property.
Many people do not consider the fact that they will need to plan for a future where they are no longer around. However, to make sure that your estate is distributed how you would like, making such plans is essential.
Our Wills and probate solicitors in Salisbury can support you with a wide range of lifetime planning matters, including writing a Will, dealing with probate, estate administration, Lasting Powers of Attorney and tax planning.
Issues at work can have a knock-on effect for the rest of your life, so it is important to find a swift, effective resolution at the earliest opportunity. Seeking employment law advice from our team should be the first step you make.
Our employment solicitors for employees in Salisbury can support you with a range of employment law issues, including those related to grievances, redundancy, dismissals and settlement agreements.
Being involved in a legal dispute, no matter what it relates to, can be incredibly stressful. Being on the wrong end of a dispute can have severe consequences, so having legal support on your side is essential.
Wherever possible, our litigation solicitors in Salisbury will work with you to find amicable solutions to legal disputes without having to resort to court proceedings. However, should court be necessary, we can also provide robust representation.
Immigration rules and regulations in the UK are as complex as they are strict. Our team understand this and can provide straightforward advice to help you better understand your situation.
Our immigration solicitors in Salisbury have expertise on a range of matters, including UK vias, entry and leave to remain, and breach of immigration rules and guidelines.
Seeking legal representation for a criminal offence, no matter what it involves, is strongly recommended to ensure that you receive the best possible defence to the allegations you are facing.
Our criminal defence solicitors in Salisbury have experience dealing with a range of criminal law cases, including alleged road traffic offences.
Running a business is no small feat, with the countless legal responsibilities that need to be followed being seemingly never-ending.
Our corporate solicitors in Salisbury understand the unique challenges that businesses need to overcome by providing tailored solutions that are geared towards combining legal compliance with commercial growth.
For many businesses, commercial property is likely to be among their most significant assets. As such, there are plenty of potential complications and potential hurdles which need to be addressed in the right way.
Our commercial property solicitors in Salisbury can support both commercial landlords and tenants with their legal requirements.
If your business finds itself at odds with an employee, it is vitally important that you tread carefully to prevent the situation from escalating any further and causing additional damage.
Our employment solicitors in Salisbury provide support to employers on a wide range of matters, including employment contracts, redundancy, dismissals and employment disputes.
Commercial disputes have the potential to be incredibly disruptive and costly. Not only this, but they can also result in long-lasting reputational damage that will leave you in a very vulnerable position moving forwards. Legal advice in these situations is, therefore, a necessity.
Our commercial litigation solicitors in Salisbury will work closely with your business to find a solution to the dispute you are facing, using alternative dispute resolution processes wherever possible. If court proceedings are required to find a solution, we can also provide robust representation.
Immigration laws for professionals coming to work in the UK, and business owners seeking to employ overseas workers, can be complicated. They are also ever-changing, which is why seeking legal advice from a team of expert immigration solicitors is highly recommended.
Our immigration solicitors in Salisbury can provide tailored immigration support with a commercial focus, addressing matters such as UK business visas and permits, sponsorship of overseas workers and immigration appeals.
We have specialist expertise and experience in advising schools and other educational settings on various legal issues. This includes contracts of employment for staff, grievance and disciplinary procedures, governing board disputes, school policies and conversion to Academy status.
The Continuity of Education has been set up to support Service personnel in establishing continuity of education for their children. If you experience any issues with these services or your allowance has been disallowed, our military solicitors in Salisbury can step in to support you.
Administrative Action will occur when someone is deemed to have failed to follow military rules or adhere to expected standards.
If you are facing Administrative Action, our military solicitors in Salisbury can support you through the process with specialist legal advice.
Putting our combined expertise with property and military matters to good use, we can offer a tailored property service to military personnel.
Our armed forced conveyancing solicitors in Salisbury appreciate the unique requirements that our military clients have when it comes to property. We can assist with matters including sales and purchases, tenancies, mortgages, enfranchisement and leasehold extensions.
As with our military property service, our team also have specialist expertise in supporting Service personnel with Wills and Powers of Attorney. Military personnel are likely to have unique requirements with regard to lifetime planning, which is where our tailored service can prove invaluable.
We can advise on matters such as Will drafting, Inheritance Tax planning and Lasting Powers of Attorney.
Military personnel may be required to attend court for a variety of reasons. Whatever the circumstances may be, legal support and representation can ensure that a positive outcome is reached.
Our highly accredited criminal and military lawyers in Salisbury can provide this representation and additional advice for grounds of appeal, custody hearings, pleas in mitigation, case preparation and trial advocacy.
Where military incidents result in injury or death, Service Inquiries are launched to establish the facts and surrounding circumstances.
Our service inquiry solicitors in Salisbury can advise and represent any ‘potentially affected persons’, as well as assist the deceased’s family.
The Armed Forces Act 2006 details that military personnel (past or present) can raise a complaint where they believe that they have been wronged with regard to a Service law matter. This could amount to bias and discrimination, harassment or bullying.
Our team can support anyone who intends to make a service complaint, guiding you through the process in detail.
Acquiring and disposing of charity property is by no means a simple process. There are countless steps that need to be taken, as per the Charities Acts, which can be overwhelming for the uninitiated.
Our charity solicitors in Salisbury have substantial experience in dealing with these issues. Where necessary, we can also assist you with vesting assets in the Official Custodian for Charities.
The prospect of creating a charity from scratch comes with plenty of legal challenges and potential barriers. Overcoming these issues can be made all the more easier with the support of our charity team.
Our charity law solicitors in Salisbury can assist you in forming a charity, including choosing the right structure, outlining your objectives and registering with the Charity Commission.
Family charities and foundations can be extremely useful for anyone wishing to make donations to charities or leave contributions behind in their Will. There are also various other benefits to this approach – including tax benefits.
You will also have the chance to act as a trustee and have a say in how the funds are spent. This is something our charity solicitors in Salisbury can advise you on.
The daily administrative duties that charities need to keep track of can often be overwhelming, which is where our charity lawyers can step in to lend their support and guidance.
Our expertise extends to various administrative matters, grant making and annual accounts, and we can even act as professional trustees.
Unexpected regulatory issues can be incredibly disruptive for charities, which is why proper governance is essential.
Our charity solicitors have strong expertise in all areas of charity governance, which includes constitutional documents, advice on the role of trustees and dealing with the Charity Commission.
Salisbury Law Courts are 0.6 miles away from our Salisbury office. This is the local court for crime, divorce hearings and housing.
This is the local citizens advice service for people in Wiltshire, providing basic information on a wide range of issues.
To discuss your legal needs with our solicitors in Salisbury today, call us on 01722 412000, email moc.n1695686913ellub1695686913rekra1695686913p@ofn1695686913i1695686913 or complete the enquiry form on our contact page.
We will start with an initial consultation to understand your requirements and answer any questions you may have.