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Landlord and Tenant 100%
Conveyancing 100%

Our highly trained, professional staff have a wealth of experience in the field of Wills and Probate and will ensure that the legal process is as smooth and stress-free as possible.

Whether you want to make a Will for the first time or, perhaps after a change of mind, are writing a Will again, our Will writing service is straightforward, hassle free and excellent value for money.

Many people are deterred from making a will because they don’t understand the complex legal jargon surrounding the process but as you may be aware the law lays down clear guidelines of what happens to an individual’s estate depending on their circumstances.

It is generally advisable to use a solicitor or to have a solicitor check a will you have drawn up to make sure it will have the effect you want. This is because it is easy to make mistakes and, if there are errors in the will, this can cause problems after your death. Sorting out misunderstandings and disputes may result in considerable legal costs, which will reduce the amount of money in the estate, whether or not you should make a will, you should consult a solicitor and as our fees are very competitive and we guarantee that our Wills and Probate services teams will meet and exceed expectations.

We will help you to arrange your personal assets to ensure that you can protect and dispose of them in the most tax efficient way.

We can assist in all aspects of the administration of a person’s affairs following their death, including valuing the estate, completing the Inland Revenue account and dealing with any inheritance tax issues that arise, obtaining the Grant of Probate or Representation, the sale of land or property, collecting in and distributing assets to beneficiaries and dealing with income and capital gains tax issues. It is still possible to vary a person’s will after their death, if all beneficiaries agree, to make it more efficient for tax purposes, and we will provide full advice and assistance about this.

Often the person left to deal with an estate is a close family member, and at such a time dealing with the bank or the Inland Revenue for example, will not be at the top of someone’s list of priorities; we can take all the stress and worry away, by sympathetically dealing with such matters whilst you take time to deal with your grief.

We can also advise on the effects when a person dies without leaving a valid will (called intestacy); they can advise on who is entitled to what, and can deal with the whole process for you.

Contact us now on 0161 248 0400 or email: info@mustafasolicitors.co.uk

Buying a home is the biggest single investment most people ever make. Whether a house purchase is the first time we leave our parents, to acquire somewhere larger with a garden to accommodate a growing family, or downsizing to prepare for retirement, it is among the most stressful times of our lives.

Whatever stage you may be at, Mustafa Solicitors will ensure your home move is fast, efficient and as stress-free as possible.

Led by a residential specialist solicitor, we are commitment to client care and use’s the latest information technology to access relevant Government departments to assist in a speedy transaction.

Our services include:

  • Sale and Purchase of Domestic & Commercial
  • Premises – Commercial & Residential Leases
  • Tenancy agreements
  • Mortgaging & re-mortgaging Commercial & Domestic Property
  • Land acquisition for development & plot sales
  • Landlord & Tenant Matters
  • Transfer of title
  • Gifts
  • Possession Orders
  • Accelerated possession procedures for domestic tenancy agreement
  • All searches
  • To deal with chains of sellers and buyers
  • To instruct surveyors, if required
  • Negotiations with other solicitors or agents
  • To liaise with your mortgage lender or broker
  • To advise you on the contract, mortgage planning, search results and any other issues which may arise
  • We also have a direct link to the Land Registry

Contact us now on 0161 248 0400 or email: info@mustafasolicitors.co.uk

Detailed commercial legal advice is required for all business sales and purchases. Mustafa Solicitors have hands on experience on all legal matters associated with buying or selling a business, and have been involved in all types of transactions across a number of business sectors.

Armed with this experience we are in a position to ensure that your business sale or purchase is executed in your interests and within your time constraints.

Issues that we deal with include:

  • Determining the type of sale (share or asset purchase)
  • Drafting Confidentially Agreements
  • Drafting Heads of Agreement
  • Responding to due diligence issues
  • Dealing with Employment issues relating to the purchase / sale
  • Drafting and negotiating the final sale/purchase contracts

Whatever the size or nature of the sale or purchase transaction, Mustafa Solicitors can assist.

If you are intending to buy or selling a business, or require commercial legal advice on the steps required, then don’t hesitate to contact us.

Contact us now on 0161 248 0400 or email: info@mustafasolicitors.co.uk

Mustafa Solicitors work under a professional code of conduct and we help those who have been involved in an accident through no fault of their own, offering no obligation, expert advice.

Importantly, our clients will never be liable to bear any of the costs as we work on a no-win no-fee basis.

Common types of personal injury claims include:

  • Slip & Trip accidents
  • Accidents at work
  • Accidents in public places
  • Accidents on the road
  • Children’s accidents
  • Head injury claims
  • Criminal injury claims
  • Professional negligence claims
  • Workplace illness
  • Spinal injury claims
  • Industrial disease
  • Public liability claims

Mustafa Solicitors is known for providing an exceptional level of service and we fight exceptionally hard to maximise our clients’ compensation. This can make a substantial difference to the quality of clients’ lives and the lives of their families and nobody knows or understands that better than us.

Compensation will be claimed for any of the following:

  • Pain & suffering
  • Disability
  • Financial losses
  • Care costs
  • Other expenses incurred as a direct result of the injury

We will also claim compensation for all current and future losses.

So if you have suffered an accident in the last three years* then take the first step and contact us.

We aim to make the whole personal injury claim process as simple and easy to understand as possible.

Contact us now on 0161 248 0400 or email: info@mustafasolicitors.co.uk

* The three year deadline begins either from the date of the accident or from the date that you knew that your injury was linked to the original accident or exposure (whichever is latest) called the date of knowledge. The date of knowledge can be much later than the accident date. Children have a much longer limitation period.