If things go wrong, you need to be able to speak to a specialist employment solicitor who will provide expert legal advice on settlement agreements, unfair dismissal, bullying or harassment claims, discrimination, disciplinary or grievance issues, and tribunal claims.
Our team of employment solicitors have dealt with situations similar to yours many times, but will always deliver pragmatic advice based on your individual case. We will explore your options with you and help you to determine a course of action that is best for you and your circumstances.
We also recognise that value for money is also a concern for you, so we provide estimates and updates to help you to project manage costs effectively. We offer a range of innovative pricing solutions to ensure that our services are tailored to your budget as well as your need.
Below is a quick overview of a number of the ways in which we are able to support you.
• Settlement (Compromise) Agreements
• ACAS Early Conciliation
• Holiday pay claims
• Bullying & harassment at work
• Contracts of employment
• Constructive dismissal claims
• Discrimination at work
• Unfair dismissal
• Disciplinary or grievance issues
• Employment Tribunal claims
• Flexible working
• Restrictive covenants/Post-termination restrictions
Harrops & Hepburn Solicitors is part of the Morrisons Group, and our employment team lawyers are based in their offices, including Redhill
For more information please visit www.morrlaw.com/service/employment-law-employee
: Joanne Kavanagh
The death of a loved relative or friend can be very hard to deal with. Bereavement and the feelings of sadness and loss can be all-consuming, blocking your ability to function normally and deal with practical issues. This can be particularly acute when it comes to dealing with disputes over inheritance and contesting a will.
Our team of probate and contested wills solicitors will help you to navigate the process and address any issues that arise, such as when a will is contested, sensitively and clearly. We will help you work through any disputes and ensure that the distribution of the estate is as it should be, taking the stress away from you and replacing it with the reassurance of having an expert on your side.
We can also help you deal with the issues that arise when the deceased has not left a will, known as intestacy. Our legal team will help you understand how to approach the distribution of the estate.
Below is a quick overview of a number of the ways in which our solicitors are able to support:
• Administration of Estates, Trusts and their assets
• Challenges to wills
• Inheritance Act claims
• Applications to the Court of Protection
Harrops & Hepburn Solicitors is part of the Morrisons Group, and our contested probate lawyers are based in their offices.
For more information please visit www.morrlaw.com/service/contested-trusts-and-probate
: Kellie Williams-Jauvel
Property disputes can be distracting, time-consuming and costly. If they directly affect your own home, they can also be unsettling and adversely affect the way you feel about where you live.
For landlords, disputes with tenants or with neighbours to your property can negatively impact your portfolio, tie up resources and prevent you from making changes that will enhance the profitability or value of your holding. So, whatever the nature of the dispute, you want to find a solution quickly and cost-effectively.
Our highly experienced team of property litigators deal with disputes, and with non-contentious property work such as leasehold extensions. Wherever possible we will pursue solutions that do not involve litigation, such as mediation and arbitration, as these tend to be faster and less costly.
• Issues with leases
• Freehold and leasehold land
• Professional negligence claims
• Party Wall disputes
• Basement Extensions
• Extending you lease or buying your freehold
Harrops & Hepburn Solicitors are part of the Morrisons Group, and our property disputes lawyers are based in their offices, including Redhill.
For more information please visit www.morrlaw.com/service/property-disputes
: Graham Halsall