The CJCH Solicitors Residential Conveyancing and Private Clients team focus on supporting our clients in private matters that can be particularly stressful or difficult.
From a property perspective, we are here to help clients and provide our expertise in the purchase and sale of residential properties whether it be for a personal residence or buy-to-let.
With over 30 years experience in estate and inheritance tax planning, drafting of wills, trusts and probate administration our team is also on hand to advise and ensure that your final wishes are carried out. In addition, we are able to offer court of Protection, Deputyship and Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) support in order to manage the affairs of those you are not able to do so on their own.
We strive to be compassionate and accessible to our clients and to make the process of moving homes and estate planning as stress free as possible.
There are times when you will face a dispute in your private life be it a property matter, suffered a negligent service by a professional, involved a breach of contract term or concerned inheritance. In those instances CJCH Solicitors’ Dispute Resolution team is able to provide you with a wealth of experience and advisory services to represent you through the matter. Our team have successfully assisted and represented clients in matters relating to professional negligence, disputing inheritance entitlement and a wide variety of situations in property related matters including landlord and tenant disputes, property damage claims, nuisance, trespass and boundary disputes.
With offices across Wales, the CJCH Solicitors criminal law team offer one of the most highly respected and dynamic criminal defence networks in the country. Our team provide a top quality, specialist service to both private and publicly funded clients ensuring representation at all stages and for all types of criminal investigation and proceedings. Our personalised services include police station representation; counter fraud and trading standards investigation, interviews and proceedings; court-martial proceedings; magistrates court, Crown Court and Court of Appeal proceedings and advocacy.
The team also offers a 24 hour emergency contact for all criminal law related matters.
Our dynamic team in family and childcare law have extensive knowledge and experience in supporting our clients through what can be a difficult and confusing time. The breakdown of a relationship brings with it distressing repercussions, and our team is here to help you in a compassionate and nurturing way. We provide a full service of advice, representation and advocacy within the Family and Civil courts.
Family Law – Divorce, Separation, Financial Dispute, Dispute Resolution, Prenuptial and Cohabitation agreements and responsibilities and arrangements relating to children.
Child Care Law – Child Care Proceedings, Child Protection, Contact and Living arrangements, Fostering, Adoption, Special Guardianship, Child Abduction, International Child Law, Parental Responsibility, Social Services Involvement.
Seeking specialist employment law advice is essential to achieve the best outcome to a grievance, dispute or claim against a past, prospective or current employer. Our team of experienced employment lawyers provide a pragmatic and cost-effective service, tailored to suit your particular aims and objectives. With a wealth of knowledge in all aspects of employment law, we are able to skillfully advise you upon each of the options open to you in any employment situation. We recognise the importance of resolving sensitive employment difficulties and strive to do so as soon as practically possible. We will get to the root of the issue quickly but thoroughly, to establish all options available and provide you with practical help to decide upon the best approach to take.
CJCH Solicitors offers the largest Mental Health Law Practice in Wales and is the leading firm in this area with over 40 years of experience between our experienced and dedicated solicitors. CJCH provide representation to those suffering from a mental disorder and other mental health challenges whether detained under the Mental Health Act or otherwise at Mental Health Review Tribunals (Wales) and First Tier Tribunals (in England). As we are aware, Mental Health has a particular stigma attached to it that often prevents people from speaking out about the challenges they face or seeking assistance.
At CJCH we have a unit dedicated to Court of Protection (CoP) for representation before the court relating to Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (Dols), welfare orders, Property and financial affairs and deputyship applications.
The Court of Protection considers applications made before it in relation to decisions regarding a person’s health and welfare, or property and financial affairs as they have been deemed to lack capacity to make such decision for themselves.