SA Law is a leading UK solicitors practice
Based in Hertfordshire and London
Whatever you need to achieve, our team of solicitors & legal experts can help you get there.
SA Law is a leading, full-service UK solicitors practice that can help with all legal aspects of your business and personal life. We have an exceptional track record of winning success for our clients, whether resolving disputes, optimising commercial ventures or minimising risk.
Contact our team of solicitors and legal experts in St Albans or London and we can chat about how to achieve your objectives together.
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We are business experts who specialise in law, with everything you need to make the most of opportunities, and minimise potential risks.
October 2020 is Black History Month, as well as World Mental Health Day on 10th October
Black History Month Resources
October is Black History Month. First celebrated in the UK in 1987, Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements of the black community,…
Thank you Essential Workers
We’re incredibly grateful for all of the ways you’re helping us. And we want you to know we’re here to help you too.
SA Law are announced as joint headline sponsor of the Inspiring Herts Awards 2020
The Inspiring Herts Awards provide an opportunity to showcase performance and achievements of businesses of all sizes in Hertfordshire.
Watford Football Club
SA Law are the official Legal Partner and Solicitors of Watford Football Club. Find out how we support WFC on and off the pitch.
Congratulations to SA Law’s newly promoted team members
We are thrilled to announce the promotion of Simon Walsh to Partner, Clare Mackay to Senior Associate and Victoria Thomson to Associate.
SA Law response to COVID-19 pandemic
SA Law is carefully monitoring the coronavirus situation.
We have taken appropriate actions with the wellbeing of our clients, colleagues and our wider community being foremost in our minds.
We have successfully implemented home working for both lawyers and business operations staff. Our lawyers remain available to support you in any way we can and we'd be delighted to hear from you.
For the time being our St Albans office remains open only for clients where visits are absolutely essential and additional hygiene as well as distancing measures have been put in place. Other than essential visits, we advise that you do not attend in person and that we work together ‘virtually.’
Our London office closed at 5.15pm on Tuesday 17th March 2020 until further notice, however our St Albans office remains open with a skeleton team of staff. We have made arrangements to ensure that post and deliveries to the offices are dealt with.
Please note during the office closure SA Law will accept service of documents by e-mail but not by fax during this period.
A new age: working from home and GDPR
What GDPR issues may arise from working from home and what you should do to reduce risk and stay compliant.
Changing a Child’s Name
Family Solicitor, Simran Gupta explains the different ways you can change your child's name and the legal processes you may have to go through.
Buying a retirement home – What you need to know
Andrea Tankel explains what you need to know before buying a retirement home.
What is ‘no fault divorce’ and what does it mean for divorcing couples?
The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill re-entered Parliament in January 2020 with the main purpose being to modernise the divorce process. Marilyn…
Investing in legal advice as a start-up cannot be underestimated
Partner and Head of Corporate, Vincent Billings gives his opinion about the importance of investing in legal advice as a start-up.
The impact of Brexit on Britain's independent legal system
Senior Associate, Simon Walsh examines the impact of Brexit on the British Legal System and what we should look out for in the future.
What happens to shared childcare arrangements during the Covid-19 pandemic?
Head of Family Law Marilyn Bell answers important questions to help parents at this time.
Alternative dispute resolution: Why should you mediate (and what happens if you don’t)?
Clare Mackay explains mediation in a commercial setting and how it can be employed to resolve disputes.