Throughout the pandemic Bates Solicitors have continued to deliver HIGH QUALITY LEGAL SERVICES to our existing and new clients. Restrictions put in place to prevent the spread of Coronavirus have been eased by the Government. However Bates Solicitors Covid-19 health and safety policies remain in place to protect everyone including our elderly and vulnerable Clients and our Staff.
With Riverside developments along the Thames including Battersea and bright, vibrant and affordable apartments, it is becoming increasingly popular to move to London or invest in A pied-à-terre in the city.
With Riverside developments along the Thames including Battersea and bright, vibrant and affordable apartments, it is becoming increasingly popular to move to London or invest in A pied-à-terre in the city. Complete with four UNESCO World Heritage Sites: The Tower of London; The Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew; The Palace of Westminster; Westminster Abbey and St Margaret’s Church; Maritime Greenwich world heritage centre, London offers a comprehensive range of cultural …Read More
We are delighted to announce that we have now moved to our new permanent office in Odiham. Our new address is Suite 2, First Floor, Fountains Mall, Odiham,
The Covid pandemic has led to a surge in the number of employees bringing claims to the Employment Tribunal, according to research carried out by Citizens Advice. It says that if claims continue to increase
Whenever possible, please use email to contact us. We are classified as Key Workers and as such have been open for business throughout COVID-19. Following government guidance all visits to our offices must be by prior booked appointment only.
We have a vacancy for a Conveyancer 2 year PQE+ to work in our Basingstoke office in Cross Street. We are seeking a Conveyancing Solicitor, Legal Executive or Licenced Conveyancer to join our Team.
Protection for people who rent their homes is being extended while the Covid restrictions continue to affect people’s livelihoods. The measures include a ban on evictions until 11 January 2021
The High Court has settled a dispute between two brothers and their sister over their father’s will. The claim concerned the estate of a Mr Evans who died in 2019. He was survived by his wife, who suffered from motor neurone disease.