What we do
We solve your legal problems and sort out your legal matters in a friendly and sympathetic manner.
Whether you are an individual, a business or a non-commercial organisation, we provide you with the same high level of service and care we are renowned for and we pride ourselves on our down-to-earth and distinctly unstuffy approach, which sets us apart from other law firms.
Lynn Murray & Co are part of a nationwide network of legal experts, so we can help you with any legal matter you may have – whatever it is.
Simple or complicated, personal or commercial, civil or matrimonial, criminal or financial, we can always give you expert and helpful guidance.
A full list of the legal areas we can assist you with can be found on All Our Services or just call us on 01483 268847 with whatever is worrying you for confidential and helpful advice.
We also provide specialist expertise in the following areas:
We advise in the residential and commercial property sectors to buyers and sellers, landlords and tenants, mortgage companies and private lenders, buy-to-let investors, individuals remortgaging their property, developers and business owners.
We provide you with thorough, efficient, professional and excellent value in Conveyancing, as well as experienced advice on leases and freeholds.
We offer a very personal service to you – whether you are a first-time buyer, making a house move after many years or a seasoned property professional, and we have particular knowledge of local property issues which can be invaluable to you.
Did you know that if you do not have a Will your estate (everything you own at the time of your death) may not go automatically to your spouse, partner or the person you intended to inherit it?
And yet surprisingly 74% of the UK population does not have a Will.
We can assist you in preparing a legal and professional Will which ensures you decide who receives your assets and appoints the guardians for your children, and your wishes are respected.
You also benefit from the peace of mind of knowing that you have relieved your family of the burden of dealing with these matters at a stressful time.
We assist you with the many legal and practical issues which follow bereavement.
We offer constructive and compassionate advice about obtaining a Grant of Probate or Letters of Administration to help settle the affairs of a relative or partner who may have passed on without leaving a Will.
And we help you ensure your own affairs are in order and your wishes carried out – whatever fate may bring in the future.
Lasting Powers of Attorney
We can help you make Lasting Powers of Attorney specifying who can look after your affairs and your treatment if you are left mentally unable to make decisions because of an accident or illness.
This will stop the Court of Protection from taking over – leaving your family powerless to make decisions on your behalf and ensure your wishes are carried out.