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Please click on a specialist area below for details on how to contact one of our legal representatives.

Traditional blue lantern outisde a station depicting GN Law expertise for actions against the police
Experts in compensation claims against police, prisons, hospitals, public bodies for assault, false imprisonment, malicious prosecution, human rights.
GN Law Expertise - Community Care
Our community care team is 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
We specialise in all aspects of capacity law including Court of Protection matters, financial and welfare deputyships and the deprivation of liberty safeguards.
GN Law Expertise - Family
Expert advice on family law from complex financial divorce settlements and pre-nuptial agreements to private children matters and care proceedings.
GN Law Expertise - Housing
Experts in housing law including homelessness, disrepair claims, anti-social behaviour orders, landlord and tenant disputes, evictions, S21 notices and leases.
GN Law Expertise - Mental Health
We are one of the biggest providers of Legal Aid in UK mental health law, helping patients detained under the Mental Health Act seeking discharge from hospital.
GN Law Expertise - Power of Attorney
We can help you to obtain an LPA. We offer our services on a fixed fee basis where the fee depends on how much or how little you are asking us to do.
GN Law Expertise - Wills Trusts Probate
Our specialist team helps clients to plan for their future and the future of their families. We provide legal advice on probate and estate management.
GN Law provides many useful guides focusing on the aspects of the law we specialise in, including making a will, divorce proceedings and compensation claims against the police.

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A Standard Authorisation is used to lawfully deprive someone of their liberty in order to care for them. Can you challenge this? Is legal aid available?
Our People - Olivia Allen
Anna Johnson considers the upcoming changes to the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards and what the changes may mean.
Our People - Anna Johnson
This article will explore a victim’s rights when disagreeing with a decision made by the police or Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) not to prosecute a suspect. The police have investigatory powers and present their evidence to the CPS. The CPS are a body that determines whether there is a suitable amount of evidence to persuade...
Our People - Ayana Porteous Simpson
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