Disputes may occur which fall within civil or consumer law. You may have had a bad experience when purchasing goods or service, or you may have difficulty where a contract is not being honoured.
Contact us on 0116 340 0094 for advice on your options to handle your dispute.
You may wish to change your name for a reason other than marriage or divorce. You will need a deed poll, better known as a ‘Deed of Change of Name’, to do so. A Deed of Change of Name sets out the name you wish to abandon and the name you wish to adopt. The adopted name becomes your legal name. If you choose to change your name by a Deed of Change of Name, it is wise to enrol it with the Royal Court of Justice; as the new name becomes a matter of public record. There is a nominal fee to pay to enrol your new name.
You may use a statutory declaration to change your name; however, not all financial institutions will accept this form, therefore a deed poll may be more suitable. Should you require assistance with changing your name, contact us for assistance.
If you wish to change a child’s name, this may be more complicated; therefore, contact our family law specialist for assistance.
A Statutory Declaration is a formal document, which is sworn as an oath in the presence of either a solicitor or magistrate. This document is written in a prescribed way and the person giving the declaration affirms that the content is true or to the best of their knowledge it is true.
A Statutory Declaration is considered a legal document and therefore making a false statement on a statutory declaration is tantamount to perjury. Contact us for assistance in drafting your declaration.
You may require documents to be certified for legal reasons. We can assist by doing so.
No appointment is necessary for this service.