There’s no doubt about it, running a business is a roller coaster and whether you’re experiencing the ups or downs of business life, our experienced solicitors are here to help with any legal issues.
We can assist you with a range of legal services including everything from succession planning, employment law and property issues to landlord and tenant issues, litigation and acquisitions.
We can even support you with sound business advice whether you’re a new start-up or looking to expand.
Contact the Brown Turner Ross team in Liverpool or Southport now and we can discuss your options.
Our Southport Solicitors
We’re proud of our roots and do everything we can to support the local communities in Southport. We have a rich history of supporting charities and local events both in terms of attendance and donations.
While we do place a focus on the work we do across Southport, it’s important to point out that we do assist clients across the whole of England and Wales so, wherever you are, if you need friendly, trusted legal advice then contact one of the Brown Turner Ross team.
At some stage in life, everyone will need the help of a solicitor.
We can also arrange legal aid where it's applicable, so whatever your legal problem, contact the Brown Turner Ross team now and we can discuss your options.
Family Law and Divorce
Our family law and divorce solicitors in Southport are widely respected in the industry and are renowned for their caring, calm and professional approach to every case they work on.
Many aspects of family law are complicated and bring with them a great deal of emotional turmoil for all parties. This is why it’s so important for you to have a legal team who you can trust and rely on.
Our team are highly experienced and knowledgeable in all areas of family law, child law and divorce services and stay firmly on top of any changes to family law regulations, cases and developments.
Brown Turner Ross are proud members of Resolution, an organisation established to reduce expensive litigation and resolve issues through mediation and negotiation.
Our Southport based solicitors can advise on all areas of family law and divorce and have extensive success in high net worth divorce settlements. We can also bring cases against past solicitors if you feel you didn’t receive a fair settlement in your divorce.
Whatever situation you’re experiencing, we’re here to help. Call our team of family law solicitors in Southport on 01704 542002
No matter how complex your case, we’ll work with you to achieve the best outcome possible.
Being injured due to the negligence of another party can be extremely upsetting, frustrating, and potentially even destructive to your way of life. Our personal injury lawyers understand this and will do all that we can to get your life back on track.
No matter what injury you are a victim of, whether it be an accident at work or an issue with product liability, our team of experienced solicitors will be able to give you expert legal advice with a focus on getting you back to your best self as quickly and as much as possible.
Dealing with employees and employers, our employment law solicitors in Southport bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to the table, which means your problems will be managed and brough to a suitable conclusion in a professional, affordable and timely matter.
As an employer you may need help with contracts, redundancies, disciplinary or grievance proceedings, disputes or tribunals.
As an employee, maybe you feel you have been the subject of discrimination in the workplace or you’ve been unfairly dismissed.
Employment issues can take up a lot of time, be hugely disruptive and cause irreparable damage to a business or brand if not handled quickly and fairly.
Our specialist team of employment law solicitors in Southport will be on hand to support you from start to finish and we aim to work on a fixed fee basis wherever possible.
If you need advice, guidance or support then contact our Southport team on 01704 542002
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Why Choose Us?
Brown Turner Ross is one of Southport's best known law firms, proudly serving the area for over 140 years.
We know that most the time, you will only need a solicitor when you’re in a stressful, emotional situation so we ensure that every member of our team are compassionate, highly experienced in their chosen field and dedicated to delivering the service that’s right for you and your individual situation.
We are as transparent as possible with our service and our fees, and aim to work on a fixed fee basis wherever we can.
You can reply on our team to provide accessible, tailored legal advice together with outstanding value for money, all to secure the best possible outcome for you.