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From mergers & acquisitions to legacy planning, we can help protect what you've worked to achieve.
Wherever you’re located, we are right here in your world.
Not only do we have an unusual breadth and depth of experience, we are tuned-in to the areas in which we operate which means we understand fully the complexities surrounding your situation and are able to make sense of them.
Barlow Robbins is right here, in your world, helping you find your way through a wide range of issues for which you might require sound legal advice.
We place you and your outcome at the centre of everything we do. Our aim? That you will feel strongly supported, informed and in control with advice that’s prompt, incisive and clearly communicated.
Whether you are looking to start a company or protect a legacy, we’ll work with you to achieve a successful outcome.
Click below to explore the services we offer to individuals & families and businesses
We live in a changing and complex world. Families are more complex and diverse than they used to be. We can advise you on all aspects of your family's affairs; from the start of your adult life when you are planning your future to protecting your assets and family interest as you grow older.
For most of us, our property is the largest asset we own. We can help you in all aspects of property, including residential, agricultural and recreational in terms of buying, selling and letting.
Your life can be turned upside down by family break up, unexpected illness or serious injury, career setbacks and legal disputes. We can help guide you through these varied, challenging and complex experiences to get your life back on track.
You may have issues arising that are totally unexpected, your family needs protection through the court or you have affairs to deal with abroad of a personal or business nature. We can help you with Court of Protection issues and Notarial affairs for overseas transactions.
As your business becomes more complex, your advisory needs grow too. These issues can be wide ranging from day to day matters affecting owners, directors and shareholders or future issues relating to securing commercial property or even the unfortunate situation of finding yourself in a dispute
We will bring you up to date with the latest developments in employment law in 2014 and look forward to likely changes in 2015.
Have you made a Will yet? You may think you're still too young or there's no good reason to make one yet. Find out why making a Will sooner rather than later is beneficial to you and your family.
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