Bakerlaw Solicitors

Gostrey House
Union Road

Contact Name: Nikki Lynch
Telephone: 01252 733770
Fax: 01252 730751

Geographical Regions Covered: Surrey, Hampshire and the Southern Home Counties, London, International
Disabled Access: Yes
Legal aid: No
Mediation: No
Collaborative law: No
Special Initial Interview Offer: Yes. Initial 30 minute interview with Martin Chambers is free of charge and without obligation when mentioning Divorce Aid
Fixed Fees Available: Yes

Head of Family team: Nikki Lynch
Family Team Members: Wendy Armstrong, Martin Chambers, Victoria Hedges, Nikki Lynch
Resolution Members: Martin Chambers, Victoria Hedges, Nikki Lynch
Resolution Areas of Expertise: Nikki Lynch – Complex financial and property matters, Children law – disputes between parents or relatives
Specialist Panel Memberships: Martin Chambers – member of the Law Society Family Law Panel

Other Departments:

(i) Building disputes
(ii) Clinical negligence
(iii) Employment
(iv) Defending motor prosecutions
(v) Professional negligence
(vi) Property
(vii) Services for businesses
(viii) Wills and probate

About us

Martin Chambers

Bakerlaw is a modern firm of solicitors based in Farnham in Surrey. The firm is past of Michael Baker solicitors Limited which also operates from locations in London, Aldershot. Farnborough and Redhill. The firm advises both private and commercial clients originating from the UK and overseas.

Our family team comprises Wendy Armstrong, who has over 20 years’ experience in family law, working in the Surrey and Hampshire areas; Martin Chambers, a member of the law society family law panel and a trained family mediator; Victoria Hedges, who is a chartered legal executive and Nikki Lynch, who is a resolution accredited specialist in both financial property and children matters.

We act for husbands and wives, for civil partners and for male and female partners in unmarried relationships. We deal with divorce, nullity judicial separation and civil partnership dissolution and the financial, property and pension issues arising from relationship breakdown, we deal with “private law” children matters, including residence and contact, and inheritance act and trusts of land act claims.

We practice within the law society’s family law protocol and the resolution guidelines, seeking to retain the maximum assets within the family unit, including by utilising mediation and collaborative law. Where it is not possible to resolve disputes in a non-confrontational manner, we litigate firmly but fairly to ensure that the interests of our clients are fully protected.

Martin Chambers offers an initial 30 minute interview that is totally free of charge and without obligation.

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