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Welcome to Napthens
Whether you’re an individual or representing a business, when it comes to legal advice, you want the right team on your side.
You need experts in their field, experienced lawyers who will help you understand the way forward and work with you to get the right result for you.
In a service based on relationships, we believe our strength is our people – approachable, professional, specialists. We’re based in the north-west with offices across Lancashire, Cumbria and Merseyside, but we’re not limited by geography – we’re happy to meet ‘virtually’ and work with you in the way that best suits your needs. Find out more about current office access in line with Government guidelines.
In these strange times we understand that more than ever, people are looking for support and collaboration. You might need guidance on planning organisational changes and future strategy, need legal advice on a family matter, conveyancing for a house move or support on a dispute – our people are ready to listen and understand your needs.
We’ll work together with you to provide solutions through clear communication, practical and relevant advice as well as clarity on price and time.
We believe that together is better, so contact us today to find out how we can help.
DEBATE: Future workplace - challenges and opportunities
1st December 2020
Webinar: Conflict in the workplace
Cohabitation agreements: prevent a headache when you’re going through heartacheFor those couples moving in together, it is an exciting time and there are plenty of decisions to be made. Which wallpaper for the hall? Which broadband provider to choose? Does the kitchen and dining room need knocking through? Unsurprisingly, a question that cohabiting couples do not often ask is ‘what happens if we don’t live happily ever after?’. It is by no means a romantic question but it is an important question to ask.
Are you ready for the impact of Brexit on your workforce?There are now just days left until the end of the Brexit transition period on 31 December 2020 when free movement will cease. The UK’s new immigration system will come into force on 1 January 2021. EU nationals arriving in the UK from this date will be subject to the UK’s new points-based immigration system, which will not differentiate between EU and non-EU migrants. Business Immigration Specialist Angela Barnes shares her answers to some of the most commonly asked questions on this topic.
Napthens advises on Cleveley Mere purchase
Rising star Andrew promoted to partner