January 4

ONELAW CHAMBERS FIRM NEWS: Advice and Inspiration from OneLaw Chambers London Solicitors and Barristers for the New Year 2022

OneLaw Chambers London Solicitors and Barristers Happy New Year 2022

As the New Year of 2022 has just commenced, we reflect on the past year of 2021 for some as a year to forget or for others as a year that cannot be forgotten. We at OneLaw Chambers understand the incredibly cumbersome and dire circumstances that people had found themselves in as a result of the unprecedented COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic. Our London Solicitors and Barristers are at hand to help you with any immigration, employment, probate, landlord and tenant and general civil litigation matters. We can work together to help you start this New Year as the one to forge new relationships and enjoy a prosperous New Year 2022.  

Our London Solicitors and Barristers - Legal Advice and Court Representation Service 

Our London Solicitors and Barristers can provide initial and constructive legal advice to all persons in respect of all immigration, employment, probate, landlord and tenant and general civil litigation matters. Our London Solicitors and Barristers can also provide excellent court representation to you at remote telephone or video court hearings and in-person court hearings. We strive in providing our clients with an excellent service and a successful outcome every time.

Our London Solicitors and Barristers - Immigration Law Advice and Representation    

Due to the wholesale changes in the immigration system made last year since 1 January 2021, the UK Home Office has introduced changes to existing immigration and visa rules and has introduced new visa application routes such as the UK Global Talent Visa, UK Skilled Worker Visa and UK Graduate Visa routes.

Please feel free to contact our London Immigration Solicitors and Barristers who are available to advise you as to what you need to do to apply for a suitable immigration visa application.

Our London Solicitors and Barristers - Employment Law Advice and Representation

On 21 December 2021, the Chancellor announced a generous £1 billion support package in place to help employees, employers and businesses in the UK to get through the Coronavirus pandemic. Unfortunately, accessing the benefits announced by the Chancellor has not been easy and straightforward and measures have not been put in place by the UK Government for everyone to easily access these benefits. Most employers and employees are unaware of their employment law rights and what they can and cannot do in these circumstances to avoid the matter resorting to the Employment Tribunal.

Please feel free to contact our London Employment Solicitors and Barristers who are available to advise you about your employment law rights as an employer or an employee.

Our London Solicitors and Barristers - Probate Law Advice and Representation

During these very tragic times when people are at risk of losing their lives due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic, it is unfortunate but a necessary step to deal with the Estate of the Deceased and apply for probate in order to deal with the Estate of the Deceased. This can be an incredibly emotional and heartfelt process and you may not have the courage to go through the probate process to ensure that the probate is applied for properly or know what needs to be done to apply for probate and manage the Estate of the Deceased.

Please feel free to contact our London Probate Solicitors and Barristers who are available to advise you about the probate application process.

Our London Solicitors and Barristers - Landlord and Tenant Advice and Representation

It can be a frustrating both financially and mentally for a Landlord when a tenant has not paid rent and falls into significant arrears of rent and for a Tenant when a landlord neglects his repairing obligations to ensure that the property is fit for the purpose it was required. In such circumstances, our London Solicitors and Barristers are at hand to advise on the best possible solution to resolving any Landlord and Tenant issues, preferably without expensive litigation through the courts.

Please feel free to contact our London Solicitors and Barristers who are available to advise you on resolving your Landlord and Tenant dispute.

Our London Solicitors and Barristers - Court Representation at Remote Telephone or Video or In-Person Court Hearings

If you have a Court Hearing on your immigration, civil litigation or employment matter, our London Solicitors and Barristers can represent you at your court hearings in the County Courts, Immigration Tribunals, Employment Tribunals, High Court, Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court. If you have been informed by the Court that the hearing will proceed as a Remote Telephone or Video Court Hearing, our London Solicitors and Barristers can help in providing you with representation at your Remote Telephone or Video Court Hearing for a reasonable and affordable fixed fee.

Please feel free to contact our London Solicitors and Barristers who are available to represent you at your Remote Telephone or Video Court Hearings for a reasonable and affordable fixed fee.

About ONELAW Chambers as London’s Leading Law Firm of London Solicitors and Barristers

Book a consultation to speak with our expert London Solicitors and Barristers now by calling us on 0208 616 1819 or emailing us at aejaz@onelawchambers.com so we can assess your matter and advise you of the next steps you should take in a consultation. Due to the UK Government guidelines, we are also able to book you in for a telephone or Skype consultation.


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Court Representation, Employment Law Advice, Happy New Year 2022, Immigration Advice, Landlord and Tenant Advice, Legal Advice, London Solicitors and Barristers, Probate Advice


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