Camerons Jones, a Legal Services Provider for all aspects of UK Law
Camerons Jones is a well-established solicitor's practice located in South Harrow Middlesex, that offers a comprehensive range of legal services to both individuals and commercial organisations. The firm places great importance on providing specialist advice and assistance to all members of the ‘family unit’ in both domestic and business environments.
Whilst we are ideally placed to serve individuals and businesses in the London Boroughs of Harrow, Brent, Ealing & Hillingdon, we can offer our services to clients located anywhere in the U.K. We also provide services to overseas clients who have interests in the U.K.
We anticipate changes in the law on pre-nuptial agreements which will be of benefit to couples who enter into them. To review our thoughts - please read
Outline of Camerons Jones Legal Practice
The practice is divided into four main departments and each is run by a partner or a senior solicitor who can draw on a substantial amount of knowledge and experience to provide an expert service to our clients.
Law Society’s Quality Accreditation 2013. To confirm Camerons Jones' continuing commitment to excellence we are happy to say that our Conveyancing Department has once again secured the Law Society’s quality accreditation. The process of gaining the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme is rigorous and represents a mark of excellence in the home buying process. You can find the full story and details here.
Given the economic climate Camerons Jones Specialised Services in Employment Law and Redundancy can help both employer and employee.
For the Employer we help you identify your responsibilities and options
For the Employee we show you your rights and entitlements
When Employment Law hit the headlines in 2011 following the case of Mrs Miriam O'Reilly vs. BBC, it made employers aware that ageism in the workplacecan cost.
Our Newsletter We continue to update our Newsletter which provides our clients with topical news items about developments in the law. We have selected four topical and relevant articles for March 2015 which raise some interesting points on different aspects of the law. To receive the full issue please email us.
Court stops ex-director poaching firm’s staff and clients more
Public Guardian prevents misuse of dementia sufferer’s money more
Mediation may prevent ‘costly and absurd’ neighbour disputes more
Pre-nups now more popular – and not just with the rich more