wirral solicitors in birkenhead, heswall & west kirby
Founded in 1889, Lees Solicitors is a leading law firm with a team of experts who are specialists in a wide range of legal matters.
Our reputation is built on delivering excellent customer service across generations, so why not see how we could help you?
personal law solicitors
If your personal life is affected by legal issues, Lees Solicitors can offer guidance in areas such as family law, residential property and wills, trusts and estates.
Our personal law experts will be able to help you manage your legal needs, allowing you to get on with your life.
Our business solicitors provide the commercial advice that all companies need throughout their life cycle.
We can help with business start-ups, shareholder agreements, investments and joint ventures.
Our experienced team can also advise on commercial contracts and terms and conditions.
clinical negligence solicitors
Medical/clinical negligence occurs when a doctor or other healthcare professional has failed to meet the standards expected of them, and their patient has been harmed as a result.
Our medical negligence team includes a former midwife, two former nurses a qualified doctor and a former practice nurse, all of whom can offer their expertise on these matters to help you towards a successful claim.
professional negligence solicitors
Most of us will need to rely on professional advice at some point in our lives. This may involve placing trust in an expert such as a lawyer, accountant, financial adviser, architect, surveyor or engineer.
Unfortunately, there are times when their advice or actions may fall short of the required standard. If this causes you to suffer financially, you can speak to our professional negligence team about making a claim.
court of protection
When someone you are concerned about lacks the capacity to manage their financial affairs and requires the ongoing assistance of a professional deputy, Lees solicitors can provide the support you need.
Our dedicated in-house team provides a comprehensive service to clients whose financial affairs need to be overseen by the Court of Protection.
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If you have been affected by any of these legal issues, contact Lees Solicitors today on
0800 387 927.
we're here to take care of everything...
Established in 1889, Lees has a reputation for delivering excellent customer service across generations.
We take care of everything! With specialists in every area from divorce to moving home, wills to disputes, we are here to help. We open out of hours and on a Saturday - so why not get in touch?
The Lees Business Services department provides the commercial advice and guidance that businesses need throughout their lifecycle.
We can advise on:
- Business start-ups, shareholders agreements and investment
- Commercial contracts, joint ventures and terms and conditions
- Website, internet and social media law issues (including mobile apps)
Clinical Negligence occurs when a Doctor or other healthcare professional has failed to meet the standards expected of them, and their patient has been harmed as a result of it.
- Our team has the experience to understand what you are going through. We have 2 former midwives, 2 former nurses and a qualified doctor who are all on hand to listen and advise
- We understand that for certain problems it may be easier to talk to someone of the same sex so we have male and female solicitors who are on hand to advise with sensitivity
When someone you are concerned about lacks capacity to manage their financial affairs and requires the ongoing assistance of a professional deputy, Lees solicitors can provide the support you require.
Our dedicated in-house team, led by Jane MacGregor, a Principal of the firm and a Panel Deputy of the Court of Protection Panel of Deputies, provides a comprehensive service to clients whose financial affairs need to be overseen by the Court of Protection.
Most of us will want to rely on professional advice at some time.
We trust our lawyers with our legal work, to protect us against risks or to recover damages on our behalf. We trust our Accountants and Independent Financial Advisers with our financial affairs. We trust other professionals such as Architects, Surveyors or Engineers in relation to our homes, or our business property.
There are times when the advice or actions of a professional falls well short of the standards you should expect to receive. If that happens and you suffer financial loss then you may have a claim against the professional for professional negligence.
We act with honesty in all we do...
We are each personally accountable for the highest standards of behaviour. We act with integrity in all aspects of our work, whether with our clients, the community or each other.
We believe in approachability...
We understand that visiting a solicitor can be daunting. We believe in making every visit as friendly and easy as possible. We try to be as open as possible and are determined to explain everything in clear, down to earth language which is easy to understand.
We are passionate...
We are on your side. We believe in doing everything we can to ensure you receive the best service possible. That means we pay attention to each and every small detail, and take as much time and energy as is necessary to ensure you are happy with the result.
The aim of Lees Solicitors has always been to provide a first class legal service to all clients. We have been practising from Hamilton Square since 1889 when George Frederick Lees founded the firm, originally named G F Lees. Peter Lees, the last in the family line to be a solicitor, retired early from practice in April 2003 to spend more time with his family.
"I would just like to thank Jenniffer Skillen for her help, support and valued advice during my case. She acted in a most professional manner in all her advice and I would not hesitate in recommending her and Lees to others."
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