- Page Contents - UK Immigration Services
- Best Immigration Solicitors London
- Immigration Advice Service UK
- One-Off Services For UK Visa and Immigration
- Fast Track Visa Service - Super Priority Service
- UK Visa and Immigration Applications
- Challenge UK Visa Refusal
- Page Contents - Divorce & Family Law Services
- Divorce & Family Law Solicitors London
- Divorce & Family Law Advice Service London
- Fixed Fees - Divorce & Family Law
- Ending Marriage and Civil Partnership
- Divorce Financial Settlement
- Prenuptial Agreements
- Child Arrangements Order
- Special Guardianship Order
- Non-Molestation & Occupation Orders
- Challenging Non-Molestation Orders
Our London based team of specialist immigration, divorce and family law solicitors can provide expert legal advice and representations in UK visa and immigration matters, divorce, separation and financial settlement matters and family law matters. As one of the best immigration, divorce and family law solicitors, our top rated lawyes can provide a wide range of legal services on fixed fee basis concerning UK visa and immigration matters, divorce and financial settlement matters, child arrangements order, contesting non-molestation orders and other family law matters.
Ask a question to our expert team of solicitors and lawyers in London for free immigration, divorce or family law advice online or book an appointment online for one of our specialist solicitors and lawyers for detailed legal advice concernig your matter for a fixed fee from £60 (no VAT).
Our London based team of specialist UK visa and immigration solicitors is recognised as one of the top rated immigration solicitors and lawyers in London with wealth of knowlege of UK immigration laws and extensive experience of many years dealing with all types of UK visa and immigration matters. Our specialiast immigration solicitors and lawyers can provide wide range of legal services for UK visa and immigration matters ranging from entry clearance applications, switching visas from inside the UK, renewal of UK visa, Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR), naturalisation as a British Citizen and British passport applications.
Ask a question to our specialist team of immigration solicitors for free immigration advice online concering your UK visa and immigration matter or book an appointment online for detailed immigration advice with our specialist immigration solicitor having more than 19 years of experience as an immigration lawyer.
The Managing Director (MD), Mr Arshad Mahmood, is the principal immigration solicitor who has wealth of knowledge of UK immigration laws and huge experience of 19 years of practicing as a UK immigration lawyer. Mr Mahmood has more than 17 years of Post Qualification Experience (PQE) as an immigration solicitor having qualified as a solicitor on 15 March 2005. As one of the best immigration solicitors in London, Mr Mahmood is a specialist immigration lawyer for Priority and Super Priority Visa Service, helping clients getting faster decision on their UK visa and immigration applications.
As specialist immigration solicitors, we provide high quality UK immigration advice service conerning all types of UK visa and immigration matters. You can book an appointment online for a detailed immigration advice and consultation with one our specialist immigration solicitors for a fixed fee ranging from £60 to £100 (no VAT) for a consultation session last up to 30 minues.
During the immigration advice & consultation session, our immigration advisors and solicitors will advise you about the relevant immigration laws, procedures, requirements, documents, etc after discussing your immigration matter in detail with you. Upon thorough assessment of your personal circmstances, our immigration lawyers will advise you about chances of success in your immigration case and the timescale for a decision to be reached on your immigration matter. Your attention will be drawn to the weaknesses and strengths of your immigration case so that the prospects of success can be increased, if possible. We will address all the questions you may have in relation to your immigration matter during the immigration advice & consultation session.
During the immigration advice session, our immigration solicitors and advisors will advise you about the fixed fee we will charge to handle your immigration matter and if you instruct us for your immigration matter within 2 weeks, your immigration consultation fee will be taken off the fixed fee quoted to handle your immigration case. Read More
Our immigration solicitors and lawyers in London can provide a wide range of one-off UK visa and immigration services in relation to your UK visa and immigration matter. Following are the various one-off immigration services offered by our specialist immigration lawyers in London:
Following are one-off services provided by our immigration solicitors and lawyers for UK visa and immigration matters:
- One-Off Immigration Advice and Consultation
- Immigration Documents Checking Service
- Application Form Completion Services
- Submitting Application Through Priority and Super Priority Service
- Preparing Cover Letter For Immigration Application
- Uploading Supporting Documents Online
As specialist immigration solicitors in London, we are registered with the Home Office, UKVI for providing Priority and Super Priority Service for UK visa and immigration applications to get faster decision on the application. By preparing and submitting your UK visa and immigration application through Super Priority Service, we can get a decision on your UK visa and immigration application within 24 hours. We can also help you with submission of your UK visa and immigration application through Priority Service to get you a decision on your UK visa and immigration application within 5 working days.
As part of our fast track visa service, we can prepare the UK visa and immigration application in shortest possible time to complete the entire process of preparing, submitting and getting decision on the application faster. All the immigration casework on your UK visa and immigration application will be carried out by our fully qualified and highly experienced immigration solicitors who will leave no stone untruned in provision of high quality fast track visa service. Read More
With offices in London, our experienced immigration lawyers and solicitors can help with all stages of UK visa and immigration applications starting from entry clearance applications to come to the UK, switching from one visa category to another from inside the UK, extension/renewal of your UK visa from inside the UK, applying for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) in the UK, applying for Naturalisation as a British Citizen in the UK and applying for a British passport.
As specialist UK visa and immigration solicitors in London, we can provide immigration advice and legal representations for following types of UK visa and immigration applications:
- Entry Clearance Applications From Outside The UK
- Switching Visas Within The UK
- Extension / Renewal Of UK Visa From Inside The UK
- Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) Applications - Settlement Applications
- Family Visa Applications
- UK Work Visa Applications
- Sponsor Licence Applications
- EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) Applications
- Long Residence Applications
- British Citizenship Applications
Our specialist team of immigration lawyers can provide expert immigration advice and legal representations for challenging an unlawful refusal of an immigration application by the Home Office, UKVI. Our immigration lawyers have proven track record of successfully challenging the refusal of immigration decisions.
You can challenge the Home Office UKVI refusal decision if your immigration application has been refused by the Home Office UKVI and you believe the refusal decision to be unlawful. You should have good grounds to challenge the refusal of your immigration application so that you can prove the refusal decision of the Home Office UKVI not to be in accordance with the relevant facts and laws (including immigration rules and case-laws).
You can legally challenge an unlawful decision of the Home Office, UKVI, decision of the HM Passport Office (HMPO) or file an immigration appeal if there are good grounds for the decision to be challenged by one of the available legal remedies. Home Office, UKVI immigration decisions also known as refusal letters can normally be challenged by way of Immigration Appeals, Administrative Review (AR) Against Home Office UKVI Refusal, Pre Action Protocol (PAP) for Judicial Review (JR) Against The Home office, UKVI and Judicial Reviews (JRs) In The Upper Tribunal or Judicial Reviews (JRs) In High Court. As specialist immigration solicitors, we provide a vast range of legal services for challenging the refusal decisions of the Home Office UKVI. We also provide legal representations to our clients in challenging the delay on part of the Home Office UKVI in reaching a timely decision on the immigration application where the applicant is prejudiced by such delay.
Various services provided by our expert team of immigration solicitors for challenging the refusal of UK visa and immigration application are follows:
- Administrative Review (AR) Of Home Office Refusal Decision
- Pre Action Protocol (PAP)
- Judicial Review (JR) Against Home Office UKVI
- Immigration Appeals
- Reconsideration Of British Nationality Application
As specialist divorce and family law solicitors in London, we can provide expert divorce and family law advice and representations for all types of divorce and family law matters. Our experienced divorce / family law solicitors in London, have wealth of knowledge and extensive experience to provide divorce and family law advice and representations concerning vast range of divorce and family law matters. As one of the top divorce lawyers in London, our experienced and highly qualified divorce lawyers and family law solicitors have helped a large number of clients with their divorce and family law matters successfully.
Our divorce and family law solicitors in London provide best divorce and family law advice services in all types of divorce and family law matters. Divorce advice service for divorce and family law matters is provided by our top divorce and family law solicitors who have extensive knowledge of divorce and family laws and huge experience of dealing with all types of divorce and family law matters.
As specialist divorce and family law solicitors in London, we can provide high quality divorce and family law advice service concerning all divorce and family law matters. You can book an appointment for detailed divorce and family law advice session concerning your divorce & family law matter for a fixed fee of £100 (no VAT) for a consultation session lasting up to 30 minutes.
A detailed divorce advice and consultation during our office hours can be provided:
- through face to face consultation in our office; or
- over the phone; or
- through Skype / Zoom / Microsoft Teams.
Our divorce lawyers will agree with you, upfront, the total fixed fee to handle your divorce and family law matter during the consultation session and if you instruct us for your divorce and family law matter within 2 weeks, your consultation fee will be taken off the fixed fee quoted to handle your divorce & family law case.
As one of the leading divorce and family law solicitors in London, we provide wide range of legal services with very reasonable fixed fees with flexible payment plans for all types of divorce and family law matters. We accept payment of our affordable fixed fees by instalments.
A Fixed Fee Arrangement is an alternative to the standard hourly rate used by divorce and family law solicitors with a fixed price for each stage of legal work. Agreed fixed fee is not dictated by the time spent on the case. The agreed fixed fee gives certainty of legal costs and thus enables you to budget for your lawyer’s fees for divorce and family law matters.
Our agreed fixed fee for divorce and family law cases covers all the work until we receive a written decision for the stage of the divorce or family law matter for which you have instructed us. Please be advised that our agreed fixed fee does not cover the third party charges e.g. court fees or Barrister's fees. We charge affordable fixed fees with an option to pay by instalments. Read More
You can end your marriage through divorce and civil partnership through dissolution of civil partnership if your relationship with your spouse or civil partner has broken down irretrievably, after your marriage and civil partnership has lasted at least one year.
Our specialist team of divorce and family law solicitors in London can provide expert divorce and family law advice and legal representations in relation to your divorce or civil parternship dissolution matter.
- Fixed Fee Divorce To End Marriage
- Dissolution Of Civil Partnership
- Annulment Of Marriage / Civil Partneship
Looking for legal help with divorce financial settlement on fixed fee basis? Our fixed fee divorce and financial settlement solicitors in London can act for your divorce financial settement matter on fixed fee basis. The divorce and financial settlement solicitors at Premium Solicitors are specialists in dealing with financial settlement matters. Our expert team of financial settlement solicitors have wealth of knowledge and experience of successfully handling divorce financial settlement matters.
Fixed fees charged for your divorce and financial settlement matter will give you peace of mind that your legal costs charged by our divorce settlement solicitors are fixed and you will not have to pay more than the agreed fixed fee for the legal work we do on your divorce financial settlement matter.
- Fixed Fee Divorce Financial Settlement
- Divorce Financial Settlement In England After An Overseas Divorce
A prenuptial agreement (often known as prenup agreement) is a formal pre marital written agreement between two partners. The prenuptial agreement sets out ownership of all the belongings including money, assets and property and explains how these will be divided in the event of the breakdown of their marriage.
Want to enter into prenuptial agreement with your fiance(e) and want legal help and assistance for the same? Contact our expert team of family law solicitors in London for fast, friendly, reliable and fixed fee legal services for your prenuptial agreement. Read More
After separation or divorce when the parents can’t come to a decision on their own, one or both parents may apply to the court for a child arrangements order. Our expert team of child arrangements solicitors are specialists in dealing with child arrangements order applications. Our specialist child arrangements solicitors have wealth of knowledge and extensive experience of handling child arrangements order applications. Our highly experienced child arrangements lawyers have successfully helped a large number of clients with their child arrangements order applications. Read More
A special guardianship order is a court order made under the Children Act 1989 appointing one or more persons to be a child's 'special guardian'. Application for Special Guardianship Order may be made by an individual or jointly by two or more people to become special guardians. Joint applicants do not need to be married. Special guardians must be 18 or over. The parents of a child may not become that child's special guardian.
Special Guardianship Orders were introduced into the Children Act 1989 by the Adoption and Children Act 2002. A special guardianship order is intended for those children who cannot live with their birth parents and who would benefit from a legally secure placement as per family court order. The Special Guardianship Order gives the special guardian parental responsibilities, and leaves the guardian free to make decisions about how to bring up your child or children. The special guardianship order does not change birth parent's legal relationship with the child, so they remain a member of birth parent's family even though they are living with their special guardian. Read More
A non-molestation order is a a court order (injunction) that protects you or your child from being harmed or threatened by the person who has abused you. It is a civil order obtained by a victim of domestic abuse from a Judge (or Magistrates) through the Family Court.
An occupation order is an order that someone must leave the home where you live, or allow you to return there if you have already left, or is only allowed to occupy certain parts of the home. The duration of the order depends upon the circumstances of your case. The court will make different orders depending on what rights you have to the property - for example whether you are a lodger or an owner-occupier - and the relationship between you and the other person, known as the Respondent. It will also consider the needs of any children.
An occupation order regulates who can live in the family home, and can also restrict your abuser from entering the surrounding area. If you do not feel safe continuing to live with your partner, or if you have left home because of violence, but want to return and exclude your abuser, you may want to apply for an occupation order. Read More
You can challenge a non-molestation order/application made against you if you believe that the non-molestation order or application against you is baseless and not corroborated by any evidence. Our highly skilled divorce and family law solicitors can help you dispute a non-molestation order.
Need legal help and support for challenging non-molestation order? Ask a question to our expert team of divorce and family law solicitors for free advice or book an appointment online for detailed advice concerning your matter.
Responding to non-molestation orders or applications requires some careful thought and consideration. It is all too easy for people to get caught up in the case because of the emotional attachment between the parties. Many respondents feel aggrieved when they see that a person (typically an ex-partner) has sought to take out a court order against them on the basis of what they say are vicious lies. With that, many people opt to fight against an order simply because they do not want the applicant to ‘win’, or for their own name to be blackened. However, a respondent should always consider what challenging the order is actually going to gain. Read More