Mundays Solicitors is a leading UK law firm, providing top quality legal services to businesses and individuals. With its headquarters in Cobham, Surrey and close International links, our lawyers are ideally situated to deliver extensive corporate legal advice to a broad range of commercial enterprises throughout, London, the South East, UK and Europe.
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We offer a comprehensive range of legal services to both businesses and individuals. We have spent the last 50 years building an entrepreneurial, pro-active firm with a reputation for excellence. As a result many of our lawyers are individually ranked in their respective practice areas in either Legal 500 or Chambers & Partners.
Our firm has grown up in North Surrey, helping individuals and families with their personal and private matters, as well as supporting many of the regions leading businesses.
Today we remain committed to the local area, whilst also servicing a growing number of clients on national and international affairs from our offices in Surrey and London, and through our international network, Cicero.
We recognise the value of building close long-term relationships with our clients, many of whom we have represented for years. We understand that most clients are looking for more than just technical legal advice. By getting to know our clients and understanding their objectives we are able to help them more effectively.
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We believe that to provide the best service for you, we need to see things from your perspective. Mundays recognises the importance of providing more than just the excellent legal advice you would expect from a leading firm. We therefore strive to be considered as your trusted legal partner, not simply a service provider. These principles underpin the work we do and provides the foundation on which we deliver not just leading legal advice, but customised advice that is appropriate to your specific circumstances and preferences.
There's nothing more personal in business that an employment relationship and employment law is the ever-changing rock on which that relationship stands. When your staff are working well, you can build on this solid foundation to achieve success. However, when relationships sour and reputations are at stake, employment disputes can drain the goodwill of the most well-meaning employer. As a result, it's more important than ever that your managers understand the risks of any particular course of action.
With employers struggling to keep abreast of ever-changing employment law, it's a rare employee who understands all their employment rights. On top of that, the last few years have seen it become ever more difficult for employees to exercise those rights. In the meantime, it's human nature to want to get on with those around you and no-one deliberately sets out to have an awkward or acrimonious employment relationship. But relationships do break down or come to an end for any number of reasons.
In a highly competitive and litigious world, the careful management of disputes has become an essential part of life. Whether it is the greater trading opportunities brought about by globalisation and e-commerce, the increasing regulation of our business life, or the changing fortunes of businesses and individuals through the economic cycle, the scope for disputes to arise is growing. Equally, there are many avenues to a solution. We will give you clear and commercial advice, setting out the merits of your case, the options available to you, and the risks you may face.
Advising private clients has become progressively more complex over the last few decades. In an increasingly globalised world it is no longer unusual for individuals and their families to have ties to other jurisdictions, and to hold assets abroad. Carefully considered planning is therefore essential to avoid unwanted tax and succession consequences. Moreover advances in medicine and technology also mean that people are living longer. Whilst this is great news, it presents its own challenges, and long-term care issues and general retirement planning have become increasingly important.
The UK property market is a critical part of the UK economy, and one which is constantly evolving. Whether you are developing a new site, expanding your portfolio, taking on new premises or buying to your dream home keeping up with the pace at which the market is changing can be challenging. We deal with all types of property including residential homes, development sites (including brownfield sites), offices, industrial or warehouse units, shops and licensed premises. Buying and selling a property can be a stressful time and clients benefit by having solicitors who can make the process run smoothly by offering clear advice and solving problems quickly.
We understand that separating or divorcing from your partner can be a very difficult time. You may feel vulnerable, worried about money or concerned about how to resolve a dispute about your children. You need expert and cost-effective advice from lawyers who have the personal skills to support you, the litigation skills to fight your corner and the technical skills to ensure that you achieve the best possible solution. The family law team is adept at dealing with complex family matters including those involving businesses, trusts and those with an international element and the bulk of our work is heard in either the Central Family Court in London or the High Court.
Property can underpin both security and success from a commercial and a personal perspective. Although bricks and mortar stand still, the property industry moves at a rapid pace and the need for expert advice has never been stronger. Our team offer a wide range of support and advice covering all aspects of commercial property. From leisure to retail, if you are selling a restaurant or buying a shop our experienced Property team have built a strong reputation for driving deals through, however complex.