Whether you need personal or commercial legal advice, our expert solicitors in Witney will be available to provide the support you require. Our expertise covers a variety of issues, ranging from matters involving your family, employment, property law, immigration, military law and legal support for charities.
At Parker Bullen, we are a long-established firm of solicitors and take pride in our approach, supporting each and every one of our clients, no matter their individual circumstances. We know that many legal matters are of a sensitive nature, which is why we are always empathetic and understanding of our client’s situations.
Regardless of the type of legal support our team provides, we always aim to keep the entire process as clear and straightforward as possible. Whether you are an individual or are representing a company, we can offer legal assistance that matches your unique circumstances.
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Family law matters have the potential to be highly disruptive, especially as finding an amiable resolution can initially appear to be a difficult process. That’s where the support and advice of our family law team can prove invaluable.
Our family law solicitors in Witney have a wide range of expertise which they use to resolve various matters, including divorce, cohabitation and child law.
For many people, buying or selling a property is likely to be one of the most important transactions of their life. Having the right legal advice on side can help to ensure everything goes ahead without a hitch.
Our residential property solicitors in Witney have vast experience with property transactions, whether it involves buying, selling, remortgaging, or leasing.
The thought of having to write out a Will, or plan for a future where you are no longer around, can be difficult. But, if you wish for your estate and assets to be distributed as you would like, making these plans now can help to save plenty of confusion and hassle further down the line.
Our Wills and probate solicitors in Witney can support you with various lifetime planning issues, including writing and amending Wills, dealing with probate, estate administration, Lasting Powers of Attorney and tax planning.
While we all hope for our work lives to be as straightforward as possible, there may come a time when you require employment law advice. It may be due to a simple, non-contentious matter, or it may be the result of a direct dispute with your employer.
Our employment solicitors for employees in Witney provide expert support on various employment law issues that may be affecting you, including grievances, redundancy, dismissals and settlement agreements.
Being involved in a legal dispute, no matter what it involves, can be a very stressful and worrying experience. However, with the right advice and early intervention, a solution can be found that allows all parties to move on with minimal disruption.
Wherever possible, our litigation solicitors in Witney will seek to find amicable solutions to legal disputes without the need for court intervention. However, should court proceedings be necessary, we can also provide robust court representation.
There are countless strict and complicated immigration rules to be aware of, many of which are constantly changing. Where you need support with an immigration matter, our immigration solicitors in Witney will be on hand to support you.
We have a wealth of combined experience and expertise on matters related to UK visas, entry and leave to remain, and breach of immigration rules and guidelines.
No matter the circumstances, facing a criminal investigation is likely to be an incredibly frightening and stressful experience. To ensure you have the best possible defence, it is crucial that you secure specialist legal support urgently.
Facing any type of criminal investigation is bound to be a seriously stressful experience, both for you and your loved ones. No matter your circumstances, having specialist legal support by your side from an early stage can make all the difference.
Our criminal defence solicitors in Witney have previously supported clients with a range of criminal law cases, including alleged road traffic offences.
The Continuity of Education Allows is available to help Service personnel with achieving continuity of education for their children.
If there is an issue with any of the services related to the Continuity of Education or an allowance is disallowed, our military legal team in Witney can advise you on how best to proceed.
Administrative Action is used when a member of the military is deemed to have failed to follow military rules or adhere to expected standards.
If you are subject to Administrative Action, our military solicitors in Witney will be on hand to provide you with specialist legal advice and talk you through what steps need to be taken.
Capitalising on our combination of property and military expertise, we can provide a tailor-made property service for military personnel.
Our armed forced conveyancing solicitors in Witney understand the specific requirements our military clients need when it comes to dealing with residential property. We can support with sales and purchases, including the use of the Forces Help to Buy Scheme, tenancies, mortgages, enfranchisement and leasehold extensions.
Our team are specialists in guiding Service personnel through the process of making Wills and dealing with other lifetime planning matters such as dealing with Powers of Attorney. It is often the case that military personnel have additional requirements with regard to Wills and other lifetime planning matters, which is why it is important to seek out specialist support in this field.
Our experts can advise on matters such as Will drafting, Inheritance Tax planning and Lasting Powers of Attorney.
Military personnel may be required to attend court and need representation for a number of reasons. This is something our military solicitors can support you with.
Our highly accredited criminal and military lawyers in Witney can provide court representation and general advice for grounds of appeal, custody hearings, pleas in mitigation, case preparation and trial advocacy.
If serious injury or death has occurred as a result of a military incident, a Service Inquiry must be launched to understand exactly what happened and whether anything could have been done to prevent the incident from occurring.
Our service inquiry solicitors in Witney can advise and represent any ‘potentially affected persons’ in a service inquiry, as well as assist the deceased’s family.
The Armed Forces Act 2006 outlines that past or existing military personnel can complain where they believe that they have been wronged with regard to a Service law matter. This could include actions such as bias and discrimination, harassment or bullying.
Our military solicitors in Witney can support anyone who intends to make a service complaint, providing guidance on the general process and what steps need to be taken for the claim to move forward.
There are various legal responsibilities and processes that business owners need to follow in order to run a successful business. Our corporate law solicitors can support you with all of these issues.
Our corporate and commercial solicitors in Witney understand the challenges facing businesses and respond by providing tailored advice and solutions to help you achieve your wider commercial goals.
Dealing with commercial property is an important consideration for any business, particularly as it can often prove to be a significant investment.
Whether you are acting as a commercial landlord or tenant, our commercial property solicitors in Witney can support you with all of your legal requirements.
Employment law matters have the potential to escalate out of hand, potentially causing widespread damage to your business. Having the right policies and procedures in place can make all the difference.
Our employment solicitors in Witney provide employment law support to businesses on a wide range of matters. This includes advising on employment contracts, redundancy, settlement agreements, dismissals and employment disputes.
It should go without saying that commercial disputes can have a hugely disruptive impact on your business. Without being properly addressed, they can cost time, money and resources and lead to significant reputational damage.
Our commercial litigation solicitors in Witney can support your business if it is facing a dispute or litigation proceedings. Our team focus on alternative dispute resolution methods wherever possible but can also provide robust Court representation if required.
Business owners seeking to hire employees from overseas, as well as workers themselves, are required to have a detailed understanding of immigration law in the UK.
However, immigration law can be extremely complex, which is where the support of our immigration solicitors in Witney can be so important. We can provide commercially focused immigration support, addressing matters such as UK business visas and permits, sponsorship of overseas workers and immigration appeals.
We have experience in advising both schools and other educational settings with a range of legal issues.
Our educational law solicitors in Witney can advise on matters involving contracts of employment for staff, grievance and disciplinary procedures, governing board disputes, school policies and conversion to Academy status.
Dealing with charity property can be a complex process, especially where acquisitions and disposals are concerned. This is due in part to the fact that there are various processes which need to be followed as required by the Charities Acts.
Our charity solicitors have previously dealt with many property transactions and will be on hand to guide you and your charity through the process. Where required, we can also assist you with vesting assets in the Official Custodian for Charities.
Creating a charity from the ground up is an exciting venture, but it is also one which comes with many potential risks and complications. The right legal support is, therefore, a necessity.
Our charity law solicitors in Witney can assist you with the formation of charities, including choosing the right structure, outlining your objectives and registering with the Charity Commission.
Family charities and foundations can be ideal for anyone who wishes to substantially give to charity or make substantial gifts in their Will. This framework can also provide substantial tax benefits.
Creating a foundation or family charitable trust also means that you will be able to act as a trustee and dictate how the funds are spent. This is something we can advise you on.
Keeping on top of all the daily administrative duties that charities need to complete can be complicated. Thankfully, it’s something our charity lawyers can support you with.
Our expertise extends to various administrative matters, grant making and annual accounts, and we can act as professional trustees.
Proper and diligent governance is essential for charities to meet their aims and avoid any potential regulatory issues. Knowing whether you are meeting these obligations can be tricky, so taking proactive action in the form of legal advice can put you one step ahead of the curve.
Our charity solicitors in Witney 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.
Located 9.4 miles from our Witney office, Oxford Magistrates Court deals with adoption, child care and criminal law proceedings.
Oxford Combined Court Centre is 9.8 miles from our Witney office and deals with adoption, childcare, crime, divorce hearings and housing claims.
This is the local Citizens Advice service for people in Oxford, providing basic information on a wide range of issues.
To discuss your legal needs with our solicitors in Witney today, call us on 01993 670944, email moc.n1695682536ellub1695682536rekra1695682536p@ofn1695682536i1695682536 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.