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With our trusted team of legal experts, GN Law has your interests at heart.

GN Law is an independent law firm with a dynamic team of solicitors, paralegals and support staff. We represent clients locally in North Finchley, Whetstone and Barnet, across London and the UK, specialising in many areas of law including health and welfare, property and finance, probate and divorce.

Traditional blue lantern outisde a station depicting GN Law expertise for actions against the police
Are you a victim of an abuse of police power? Our Actions Against Police Solicitors can help with wrongful arrest, assault & malicious prosecution claims.
GN Law Expertise - Community Care
Our Community Care Solicitors are dedicated to standing-up for the vulnerable to ensure they receive the help and support they are entitled to.
GN Law Expertise - Court of Protection
Our Court of Protection Solicitors specialise in all aspects of capacity law from financial and welfare deputyships to the deprivation of liberty safeguards.
GN Law Expertise - Family
Our Family Law Solicitors provide expert advice from complex divorce settlements and pre-nuptial agreements to private children matters and care proceedings.
GN Law Expertise - Mental Health
Our Mental Health Solicitors help patients detained under the Mental Health Act. GN Law is one of the largest UK providers of Legal Aid mental health law advice.
GN Law Expertise - Power of Attorney
Our experienced Power of Attorney Solicitors can provide advice and help you obtain an LPA, including looking after all the paperwork. Fixed fees are available.
GN Law Expertise - Wills Trusts Probate
Our specialist Wills, Trusts and Probate Solicitors provide legal advice and help clients to plan for their future and the future of their families.
Join our vibrant legal team at GN Law! We’re hiring across multiple areas and our current vacancies include Family Team: Family Law Solicitor (1-3 year PQE), Court of Protection Team: Court of Protection Solicitor, and Mental Health Team: Law Society Panel Member. Embrace exciting opportunities for career growth, competitive salaries, and a hybrid work model.

Recent Articles

Two commonly used tools for couples to set out their rights, responsibilities, and financial plans are Cohabitation Agreements and Prenuptial Agreements. But how do they differ?
Our People - Loretta Orsi-Barzanti
The prospect of getting a divorce can be overwhelming, especially when attempting to understand the divorce procedure, related costs and timescales.
Our People - Loretta Orsi-Barzanti
A pre-proceedings meeting, or legal gateway meeting, means that the Local Authority is concerned about the care of your children and is considering taking the matter to Court.
Our People - Jalpa Vadgama
Receiving a pre-proceedings letter from Social Services can be a concerning and pivotal moment for families. The PLO letter indicates that the Local Authority is troubled about the welfare of your children and is contemplating court involvement.
Our People - Jalpa Vadgama
The term "Divorce Day" has gained traction, labelling the first Monday in January as a peak in divorce applications. But does this title accurately capture the surge in New Year divorce filings or merely serve as a journalistic trope?
Our People - Kathleen Bennet
Probate without a will, also known as intestacy, presents a unique set of challenges in the UK's legal landscape. When an individual passes away without a will, the distribution of their estate is governed by specific rules, and the process involves obtaining a Grant of Letters of Administration.
Our People - Andrew Guile
GN Law provides many useful guides focusing on the aspects of the law we specialise in, including making a will, applying for probate, divorce proceedings, complaints against the police and compensation claims against the police.

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Explore our most popular articles across a various domains of law, from probate and wills to divorce, family matters, power of attorney, and the Court of Protection. Click on each topic to delve into essential legal considerations and gain comprehensive insights into navigating these legal complexities.

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