About Us

At Simon Bethel Solicitors, we have several specialist legal teams on hand, all of whom are committed to developing strong connections with our clients, delivering exceptional standards of service across a variety of areas of the law.

We combine professional legal guidance, with a forward-thinking attitude and supportive approach to develop long-lasting relationships with our clients and are very proud of the fact that many people use our services during several aspects of their lives, both personally and professionally.

Our commitment to excellence has established Simon Bethel solicitors as the firm of choice in the local community and beyond.

From employment challenges, or relationship difficulties, to moving house or planning for your future, we have the knowledge and skills to appropriately support and guide you through the process. Carefully listening to your situation and understanding your wishes, we recognise all our clients as the individuals they are, and aim to ensure we offer a bespoke, consistent, and cost-effective service that you can trust, no matter what.

We hold the Law Society’s Lexcel quality mark, which is only awarded to Solicitor’s Practices which have undergone a rigorous external independent assessment and met the highest standards of technical expertise and client service in specific areas of the law.

Our Criminal Litigation team hold the Criminal Litigation Accreditation, which means we are recognised as experts in representing clients when dealing with court representation and police station assistance.

We also hold The Law Society’s Mental Health Accreditation, a recognised quality standard for practitioners representing patients in proceedings under the Mental Health Act 1983 and the Mental Capacity Act 2005.

We are regulated by Solicitors’ Regulation Authority (SRA) and are bound by the Solicitors Code of Conduct.

Key Areas of Practise:

  • Crime
  • Fraud
  • Civil Litigation & Commercial Law
  • Bankruptcy & Insolvency
  • Conveyancing
  • Foreign Law
  • Family
  • Immigration
  • Employment
  • Extradition
  • Mental Health Law
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