We are a firm of solicitors with offices in Central London (32 Bloomsbury Street, WC1) and North London (Finchley N3).

Our charges are competitive and reasonable, and would be very pleased to provide a no obligation quote for any mater.

We can offer an introductory advice meeting of £100 plus vat

We have 12 fee earners, - 2 of whom are barristers Kevin Harris (- employment law), and Julian Hunt- criminal & motoring law.

We are in essence a specialist litigation/dispute resolution firm, but have also 2 experienced/property/landlord & tenant solicitors.

Areas of work undertaken include;-Civil Litigation, Business Disputes, Employment Law Claims, Settlement Agreements, Bankruptcy and Insolvency, Property Disputes, Landlord and Tenant, Tenant Eviction

Highlights, Specialties & Features

  • We willl endeavour to see you on the same day if your matter is urgent.

Professional Associations & Certifications

  • EMPLOYMENT LAWYERS ASSOCIATION, IMMIGRATION LAW PRACTITIONERS ASSOCIATION, THE LAW SOCIETY

Serviced Areas

  • Finchley, Golders Green, Whetstone, Woodside Park, Temple Fortune, Hampstead GS

Payment Options

  • Cash Only, Credit Terms Available, Debit Cards, MasterCard, Personal Checks, VISA, direct bank transfer

Contact Details

  Website
  Person Lawrence Rodkin
  City Finchley
  Postcode N3 3HP
  Address 212 Regents Park Road
  Phone Number 020 8446 6223
  Mobile 07956904537
  Fax 0208 446 7955

Business Representative

Lawrence Rodkin

Partner

Cambridge law degree

Qualified as a solicitor in 1985.

Very strong in litigation/dispute resolution & employment law & bankruptcy & insolvency

Products & Services

Bankruptcy & Insolvency

ON APPLICATION
Bankruptcy & Insolvency

R LAW EXPERIENCED BANKRUPTCY SOLICITORS, HERTS

We are a firm of solicitors with offices in Ficnhley N3 and Bloomsbury WC1

Our charges are competitive and reasonable.

Please contact us for an initial discussion at no charge.

If urgent we can see you on the same day.

Our telephone numbers are;-
Finchley Office 0208 446 6223
Central London Office 0207 112 8841

AREAS OF BANKRUPTCY LAW WHERE WE CAN HELP YOU;-

A) filing for your own bankruptcy

B) defending a statutory demand or bankruptcy petition raised against you- including an introduction to a mortgage broker as to the possibility of raising insolvency finance

C) advice as to alternatives to bankruptcy including entering into an Individual Voluntary Arrangement and introduction to an insolvency practitioner for this purpose

D) advice as to income payment orders and after acquired assets

E) advice as to bankruptcy restriction orders

F) defending claims raised by the trustee in bankruptcy

G) the family home following bankruptcy

H) annulment/rescission of bankruptcy orders- including the introduction to a broker to endeavour to raise annulment finance

I) negotiation of the purchase of the bankrupt's interest in the family home- including an introduction if wished to a broker to endeavour to secure relevant finance

G) acting for the partner/spouse following the making of a bankruptcy order


Employment & Discrimination

Employment & Discrimination

We are a specialist employment firm of solicitors with offices based in Bloomsbury, Central London WC1 and Finchley, North London, N3- close to the North Circular Road

Telephone Numbers
0207 112 8841 (Central London Office)
0208 446 6223 (North London, Finchley Office)

Please telephone us- there is no charge for the initial telephone call. We can you on the same day if your matter is urgent.

We will consider fixed fees or no win no fee arrangements.

We have a strong employment law team, including our experienced senior partner (Lawrence Rodkin) , employment barrister (Kevin Harris) , an HR Consultant, and associate solicitors.

Areas of Employment Law work in this field which we undertake include

a) wrongful and unfair dismissal claims
b) the defence of disciplinary charges and performance management,
c) the raising of work related grievances,
d) redundancy law advice,
e) maternity law claims,
f) discrimination claims
g) advice in relation to excessive hours of work,
h) stress at work,
i) settlement Agreements
j) advice in relation to non compete covenants, and
k) unpaid bonus/commission claims


Landlord & Tenant

Landlord & Tenant

Areas of work in this field include;-

a) rent arrears
b) tenant eviction
c) disrepair claims
d) unlawful subletting
e) forfeiture of leases
f) anti social behaviour
g) claims against tenancy guarantors- including preparing the guarantee document if you wish
h) defending claims by neighbouring owners
i) eviction advice
j) defence of harassment & unlawful eviction claims
k) defence of HMO prosecutions
l) residential long lease extensions and renewals
m) leasehold/collective enfranchisement
n) right to manage applications
o) advice in relation to terms/covenants of lease
p) service charge disputes
q) defence of cost claims by landlords

We in particular can advise/assist in relation to right to manage and leasehold enfranchisement applications by long residential leaseholders as well as statutory applications to extend long residential leases.


Contractual Disputes

Business Disputes
Running a business is never easy. Despite good organisation, any business can run into disputes with suppliers, customers, contractors or industry regulators.
Internal matters can also arise within the business between shareholders, partners or directors, which need to be resolved in a professional manner.

Consumer Disputes
We can advise on a range of consumer problems, and frequently act in relation to disputes concerning motor vehicles and hire-purchase agreements.

Customer Testimonials

Excellent service. Professional, prompt and efficient. Very knowledgable and I felt reassured with advice given. Highly recommended.


I would definitely recommend anyone to work with Lawrence and his dedicated team, the receptionist was a great help, not forgetting to mention Nikita and Vijay, especially Vijay who dealt with my case. He was very smart, precise, welcoming, understanding, approachable and above all very elliquent and professional throughout my case. They deserve every bit of praise. Thank you to Vijay and the entire team for your excellence in law practice.


I would highly recommend Lawrence and his team; they were professional and sympathetic during a stressful litigation with my employer.

Lawrence and the team went into action immediately and the years of experience was evident.

Thank you again.


My experience here has been totally positive. I have been helped and supported throughout the litigation process. Mr Rodkin and his staff were highly professional, returned calls quickly, and reached a very satisfactory solution to the problem on my behalf. I can wholeheartedly recommend them.


Lawrence helped me with an employment contract. He spotted several potential problems that I never would have thought of, kept me up to date as things progressed, and made sure I always understood what my options were. I'd definitely recommend him.

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