Welcome to Amphlett Lissimore, Solicitors in South London

 
 
 

Amphlett Lissimore is committed to providing the very best legal services and advice to individuals and businesses throughout South London. We combine the service you expect from a national brand, with the local knowledge that our community needs.

Engagement and rapport with our customers is our priority from the start of each case in which we are instructed. To achieve this, we promote a relationship based on trust. Our goal is to ensure that we understand our clients' expectations and can achieve the outcome they require.

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Our Accreditations

  • Lexcel
  • Children Law
  • Conveyancing Quality
  • Criminal Litigation
  • Resolution First for Family Law
  • Solicitors for the Elderly
  • Legal Aid Agency
  • Family Law
  • Family Law Advanced
  • The Family Mediation Association
  • Step Accreditation - Amphlett
  • The Conveyancing Association - Logo
  • SLC

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Why Amphlett Lissimore?

We have five offices : West WickhamRaynes Park, Crystal Palace, Camberwell, and Bromley.

We're committed to excellence. We understand that lawyers exist mainly for life's less pleasant moments, and we care about giving you an efficient, effective service that won't add to the stress. We only do what we're good at. We won't waste your time dabbling in work we know nothing about.


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Amphlett Lissimore walks the London Legal Walk 2022

Posted on February 11, 2022

We are donning our trainers in June for the London Legal Walk 2022 to raise needed funds for the London Legal Support Trust, an independent charity that provides free legal services in London and the South East for those who would otherwise go without.

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Should I wait for a ‘no-fault divorce’?

Posted on February 21, 2022

The ‘no fault’ divorce becomes law under the terms of the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 in April this year, meaning that couples will be able to get a divorce without having to blame the other person for what went wrong. If you are separated and planning to divorce, the question is – should you wait?

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The why and how of extending your lease

Posted on February 3, 2022

Do you need to extend the lease on your property?

When you purchase a leasehold property you agree to lease that property from the freeholder for a certain number of years. This term can be increased by extending your lease. A lease can be extended at any time, and a longer lease comes with many benefits.

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