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Your local legal experts | Solicitors in Wallsend
Having the right legal advice for any type of predicament can make all the difference and really affect the course of events going forward. QualitySolicitors Brennans are your local legal experts, offering tailored advice for individuals, families, loved ones and neighbours to work through any sort of problem in the most effective and efficient way. Our range of personalised legal services are delivered by our professional, friendly and dedicated team for those living in Wallsend and across the greater Tyne and Wear region.
How we can help...
We offer a range of legal services for you from helping you through the legal process of moving house to planning for your old age and making sure that your loved ones and assets are protected.
Our office is open and fully C19 secure . We have introduced a number of changes to ensure your safety which are detailed below. Please telephone us if you have any queries.
Your safety is our priority:
Appointments and visits to the office by prior arrangement, please
Access to our office by video entry system
Infrared antibac hand gel dispensers provided
Entry and exit via separate doors
Sanitised interview rooms with plastic screening
Existing and new enquiries can be discussed over the phone or via email
Please use our document drop
Please use the letter box on the Holly Ave door to drop off all documents
Thank you for your co-operation in keeping you and others safe.
QualitySolicitors Brennans is the trading name of Brennans Solicitors LLP regulated by the SRA. SRA number 542642.
Your local legal experts
QualitySolicitors is the largest network of law firms in the UK, with local law firms spanning the whole of England and Wales and customer service at the heart of everything we do.
We are dedicated to providing the highest quality legal advice and expertise for our clients, but in a way that’s far friendlier, more accessible and clear-talking than you might expect from a law firm.
Have you ever wanted to just ask a lawyer if they can help you, without worrying about what it may cost to contact them? If so, call QualitySolicitors and together we can work out what your next steps might be... in confidence, at no cost and with no obligation. At QualitySolicitors, our Free Initial Assessment promise puts you directly in touch with a local law firm who will happily talk to you for free to clarify how they can help you.Find out more
Using a solicitor doesn’t have to involve any unexpected costs. We promise to confirm the full costs you can expect before we begin any work and keep you informed throughout. And we won’t start any work until we know you’re happy with our estimate.Find out more
Need a lawyer who’ll get in touch when they say they will and not leave you in the dark? Good news – we promise to you, our clients - call or email us by 3pm, Monday to Friday and you’ll hear back from us the very same day. And if we can’t give you a full response straight away because your question needs further investigation, we’ll always let you know and give you details of exactly when we’ll next be in touch.Find out more
QualitySolicitors law firms know that when you need to meet with a solicitor, finding time during office hours can prove impractical. So we thought we’d help by offering flexible opening hours; simple!Find out more
A Clean Break/Consent Order is a type of Court Order that can be granted after a divorce severing the financial ties between you and your ex-spouse, meaning you no longer have to provide financial support for him/her. It also means that neither of you can claim money from the other in the future. The Order allows you both to officially end the financial commitments between you.Read More
The phrase Dementia Tax is the one being applied to the Conservative Party’s proposals for the funding of Social Care, if as seems likely they are re- elected on June 8th.
The current position is that a person going into residential care must leave their home to obtain the care they need and the care is very expensive. This justified the forced sale of the main residence. Thousands of people every month are forced to sell their homes to pay for residential care under the current scheme.