A law firm providing high quality legal advice to businesses and individuals. Based in Lichfield and London the service we offer is practical and positive. The emphasis being on building a strong relationship with our clients.
We offer a partner led service which focuses on delivering results. Combining technical excellence with a sound understanding of our clients requirements we can ensure we meet your expectations both in terms of service delivery and budget.
We provide a high quality service tailored to your needs. We act for large insurance companies and plcs who require the same standards from us as that of any large legal practice. Those high standards which we employ are applied equally to all our clients from the owner managed business, many of which we have acted on behalf of for more than one generation, to schools, churches, new ventures, etc. We forge strong links with our clients and are able to offer them a full spectrum of services.
We also pride ourselves on our expert private client team who are well known locally and have strong connections in the Lichfield area.
We would be delighted to act for you but if you have any questions which are not covered by this website please do not hesitate to contact us.
Free Seminar – Using the Force in Human Resources
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Keelys LLP help to raise over Ten Thousand Pounds for St Giles Hospice
In October 2015 Keelys again took part in the Make a Will Fortnight for St Giles Hospice, along with other local firms over ten thousand pounds of legal fees were donated. The work was carried out by Erica Burt-Moore and … Continue reading
Challenging the Terms of a Will: New Developments
You may recall that in July 2015 a woman, Heather Ilott, who had been cut out of her mother’s Will, obtained a Judgment in the Court of Appeal entitling her to one-third of her late mother’s estate. Mrs Illot first … Continue reading
Landlords: Do your Tenants have the “Right to Rent”?
From 01 February 2016 all private residential landlords are required by law to check that their tenants have permission to live in the UK and correspondingly have the “right to rent”. In practice this means that a landlord must undertake … Continue reading