GALES SOLICITORS is Authorised and Regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority No. 69931

FAMILY LAW

Divorce
Separation
Cohabitation
Children
Contact and Residence
Parental Responsibility
Financial Remedy
Ancillary Relief
Civil Partnerships
Pre-Nuptial Agreements
Co-habitation agreements
Dealing with Finances
Maintenance

CHILD CARE

Problems with Social Services
Care Orders
Supervision Orders
Special Guardianship Orders
Guardians

WILLS & PROBATE

Making a will
Powers of Attorney
Probate and Estates
Trust Administration
Charity
Inheritance Act Claims
Will Disputes
Inheritance Tax
Court of Protection

CONVEYANCING

Buying and selling property
Freehold
Leasehold
Commercial Conveyancing
Residential Conveyancing  
HIPs
Equity Release
Shared Ownership
Moving House
Energy Performance Certificates

PERSONAL INJURY

Road Traffic Accidents
No Win No Fee
Slips and Trips
Accidents at Work
Motorcycle Accidents

EMPLOYMENT LAW

Employers
Employees
New Employers
Contracts Of Employment
Staff Handbooks

Unfair Dismissal
Redundancy
Harassment
Wrongful Dismissal
No Win No Fee

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WELCOME TO GALES SOLICITORS

Gales are a long established local legal firm based in Bournemouth committed to providing a professional but friendly service in a cost effective way.

At present the firm consists of three partners and three other lawyers. With a broad team specialising in separate areas we are able to provide advice and assistance dealing with most legal issues.

Whether you are looking for simple one off advice or representation in complex court proceedings Gales will provide a service tailored to your needs.

Throughout the case we remember that we are fighting your corner and the outcome that matters is the one you want. We always try and achieve a result that suits your needs.

Depending upon your circumstances we offer fixed prices, flexible payment arrangements and no win, no fee deals. We also provide legal aid for family cases.

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