Andrew Kingston & Co was established in 2004. We carry out residential conveyancing, at fixed fees listed on our website. We also deal with employment cases, commercial debt recovery, and civil and commercial litigation. We offer fixed fees for the preparation of Wills, and very competitive rates for obtaining Grants of Probate or Letters of Administration. One of our solicitors is also a Notary Public.
- Hull & East Yorkshire
|City||Kingston upon Hull|
|Address||Ground Floor/Lowgate House/Lowgate|
|Phone Number||014 8221 6217|
I have had business dealings with Mr Kingston for many years. I can state without hesitation that Mr Kingstons knowledge and professional ability sets a standard that very few can reach. Whenever Mr Kingston or his staff take on a matter for me I relax in the full knowledge that no one can deal with my best interests better that this firm. I am indebted to all at Andrew Kingston and Co for their care and attention.
I have used Andrew Kingston three times now and have been happy with their services
From Our Website
Andrew Kingston-Splatt LLB, the Principal of Andrew Kingston & Co. Solicitors, has practiced as a Solicitor in Hull since December 1978. For the majority of that time, he has specialised particularly in Civil and Commercial Litigation, and Debt Recovery work. Andrew Kingston & Co. therefore has a wealth of experience in dealing with such cases, and is able to use that experience for the benefit of its clients, to achieve the best possible results on their behalf. Building upon its established reputation for dispute resolution, Andrew Kingston & Co. also undertakes employment work.
Andrew Kingston is the Principal Solicitor of the firm. Originally from Essex, he obtained a Law Degree from the University of Hull in 1975 and qualified as a Solicitor in December 1978. He worked at the same local firm for the next 26 years, during which time he undertook every type of legal work with which we currently deal, and indeed others with which we do not. He has increasingly specialised in Civil and Commercial Litigation, Commercial Debt Recovery, and work on behalf of residential Landlords.
Our clients range from major Finance Companies, to local sole traders, small partnerships or Companies.
With employment law ever changing and increasingly complex, failure to obtain the correct legal advice will almost inevitably result in serious and expensive consequences. A Settlement Agreement is entered into when an employer and employee have agreed terms to bring the employment to an end. It is only legally binding if the employee has received advice on the meaning and effect of the Agreement, before signing it, from a solicitor who is independent of the employer. Provided that the Agreement is signed and comes into effect, it is therefore standard practice for the employer to pay the employee's legal fees.
At Andrew Kingston & Co., we regard our Wills and Probate Department as a vital part of our service to our clients throughout Hull and East Yorkshire, and indeed across the country. It was once said that the only certain things in life are death and taxes - tax we will happily leave to be dealt with by our friends in the Accountancy profession! Everyone should make a Will. Without one, the Law decides who should inherit your property, and the results can come as an unpleasant shock to your family at a time when they need comfort, not more to worry about.
CQS is the quality mark of the home-buying sector and enables consumers to identify practices that provide a quality residential conveyancing service. With so many different conveyancing service providers out there CQS helps home-buyers and sellers seek out those that can provide a safe and efficient level of service. Our aim is to provide an efficient, cost-effective, and stress-free service. It is, unfortunately, well known that moving house can be one of life's most difficult experiences. We will do all that we can to help you avoid the problems that can lie in your path, and to guide you safely through the whole process from beginning to end.
The information on this page is intended to relate to undisputed debts relating to an invoice or invoices which have been sent by a business either to another business, or to an individual customer. Following receipt of your instructions, the first step we must take on your behalf is to write to the Debtor, telling them that Court proceedings will be issued against them if the debt is not paid within 30 days (or 14 days for corporate debtors). The Courts nowadays actively discourage the issue of proceedings without such a letter being sent first.