Optimal Solicitors – Your No Win No Fee Solicitors

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Optimal Solicitors are no win no fee solicitors that specialize in many different areas of law including personal injury claims, car accident claims, PPI claims, accident at work claims, serious injury compensation, family law, divorce, wills & probate, PBA claims and many more areas

Family Law

We provide professional and confidential divorce and family law advice. If you are thinking of divorcing, have maintenance or child contact problems or others please call us today.

Wills and Probate

We are experts in drafting wills, our team knows full well how sensitive of a matter it is to you, and how important it is to get it exactly right. Choosing Optimal Solicitors will provide you with the comfort of confidence and certainty.

Commercial

Optimal Solicitors can provide you with all the business advice and legal services that you need. Whether it is drafting a business agreement, dealing with business premises, a partnership dispute, or you are owed money by customers, we can help you.
 
Solicitors for the modern age
ABOUT US

No Win No Fee Solicitors That Care

Our name reflects our ability to achieve the maximum compensation that you deserve no matter what your situation. Our specially trained no win no fee solicitors have years of experience in dealing with a wide variety of cases and you are therefore in the best hands possible when dealing with your case.

Solicitors for the modern age

Optimal Solicitors is a modern, forward thinking and progressive law firm. Excellent customer service and good sound legal advice are at the core of what we do. It's not every day that you instruct a solicitor, but if you do you need to know our team are there for you.
 
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We are accredited by:

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Conveyancing Quality Scheme
 
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Law can be quite complicated

Find out more about common legal issues from our expert Solicitors.


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Coronavirus - advice for employers

Taking into account the current Government advice and advice from ACAS we have put together guidance for

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Coronavirus - legal advice

The current Government guidance relates in particular to social distancing for older people and vulnerable adults. With all workplace risks employers have a duty to assess any risks to pregnant women.
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Who or what are CAFCASS?

CAFCASS stands for Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service. After proceedings are issued they play an important role alongside the court in establishing what outcome is in a child’s best interest.
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Am I no longer financially tied to my ex once we are divorced?

The short answer to this is no. A Decree Absolute ends your marriage, but not your financial ties from being married. Unless a financial order is made it remains open for either party to make a claim on the other.
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Chris Germaine - my personal account of Brexit

At 11.00pm tonight (midnight European time), the UK formally leaves the European Union (EU). It’s been a long time coming with 52% of the UK voting population deciding to leave in a referendum held as far back as June 2016.
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Unfair Dismissal

Unfair dismissal is a statutory right available to employees who believe they have been dismissed unfairly or unreasonably by their employer. Unfair dismissal is one of the most common complaint by employees against emp

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What are Settlement Agreements?

Settlement agreements (formerly known as compromise agreements) are legally binding contracts which can be used to prevent a particular claim arising during or after the employment relationship.
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What is Discrimination at work?

Discrimination at work can take many different forms, and they can be complex in nature and you should seek independent legal advice as soon as possible.
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Right to Buy explained

Introduced in the 1980s, the Right to Buy scheme offered a generation of council tenants the legal right to buy their flats and houses. To make it easy for people to take advantage of the scheme, tenants were offered a discounted sale price depending on how long they had lived in their homes.
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Driving without insurance – can you claim in case of an accident?

If you are injured in a car accident due to the negligence of an uninsured driver, or, if you are an uninsured driver hurt in an accident that wasn’t your fault, what can you do?
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Hit and run after road traffic accident – is it worth it?

The number of hit and run victims in England and Wales is rising. In fact, between 2013 and 2017, recorded hit-and-run incidents increased by almost 50%. Surprisingly, nearly half of all drivers involved in such accidents didn't realise they were breaking the law by failing to stop.
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Pros and cons of shared ownership

Shared ownership is a great alternative to renting and a good way to secure your own home if buying outright isn’t possible. And today, there are more than 200,000 shared ownership properties in the UK.
 

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