Coles Miller’s Bournemouth Office
Our Bournemouth office is on the West Cliff:
Coles Miller Solicitors LLP
4 Durley Chine Road
T: 01202 355697
F: 01202 294963
Opening Hours, Location
Saturday-Sunday (and bank holidays): Closed
Our office is located in Durley Chine Road close to its junction with the roundabout at the top of Poole Hill. There is parking on site.
We also have offices in Poole town centre (Head Office), Fleetsbridge, Christchurch, Broadstone and Wimborne. See all our Dorset office locations.
Below you will find details of all our Bournemouth solicitors, legal executives and other lawyers and how they can help you.
Residential Conveyancing Solicitors In Bournemouth
Our award-winning Bournemouth residential property lawyers will help to ensure that your big move goes as smoothly as possible. They can help you with:
- conveyancing – buying or selling property
- shared ownership schemes – a more affordable way to buy your home
- remortgages – use a conveyancing solicitor that you know and trust
- equity release – borrowing money based on the value of your home
- solar panel leases – always seek expert legal advice before signing a lease
- declaration of trust/trust deeds – for joint ownership of a property
- planning law – applications, appeals, enforcement.
Coles Miller’s Bournemouth conveyancing team includes:
- Partner Jason Barnett
- Solicitor Inga Pope
- Conveyancing Executive Pam Coniam
- Trainee Solicitor Georgia Foster.
Residential Leasehold Property Solicitors, Bournemouth
Coles Miller’s leasehold solicitors are based at our Bournemouth office. They assist leaseholders (tenants) and freeholders (landlords) across the country.
Legal services include:
- buying the freehold (Section 13 notices)
- extending your lease (Section 42 notices)
- varying a lease
- service charge disputes
- restrictive covenants, breaches of the lease
- right to manage, appointing a property manager
- right of first refusal.
Our residential leasehold team includes:
Divorce/Family Law Solicitors, Bournemouth
Coles Miller is a member of Resolution, the association of family law professionals. Members are committed to resolving separation and divorce issues constructively, reducing confrontation.
Our expert family solicitors can help you with:
- divorce, separation, dissolution of civil partnerships
- children arrangements
- resolving finances
- mediation and collaborative law
- surrogacy and fertility law
- prenuptial, post-nuptial and financial agreements
- change of name.
For more information, contact Associate Solicitor Anna Burton at our Bournemouth office.
Wills And Probate Solicitors In Bournemouth
Drafting your will requires careful financial planning. When doing so, it is important to consider matters such as:
- Inheritance Tax (IHT)
- powers of attorney, applications to the Court of Protection
- care home funding
- equity release
Our Bournemouth wills and probate team includes:
- Associate Solicitor Clare Bland
- Paralegal Lea Rose.
Other Legal Services
Coles Miller offers a wide range of legal services at our six Dorset offices. Find out more here about:
- Personal injury compensation claims (no win no fee) – including brain and spinal injuries, road accidents, motorcycle accident claims, cycle claims, taxi claims, workplace accidents, slips/trips/falls, criminal injuries, sporting injuries, accidents abroad.
- Medical negligence compensation claims (no win no fee) – brain injuries, surgical errors, misdiagnosis, delayed diagnosis, birth injuries, dental claims, sepsis, cerebral palsy, cauda equina.
- Commercial law – company commercial, planning, business disputes, hotels and leisure, marine law.
- Commercial property – development, leases, licences, finance and secure lending, buying and selling small businesses, commercial property investments.
- Employment Law – unfair dismissal, redundancy, termination of employment, settlements, contracts and policies, director and partnership disputes.
- Disputes and litigation – including contracts, landlord and tenant, contested wills, residential property, boundaries, professional negligence.
- Recovering debts – letters before action, court proceedings, credit control, recovering rent arrears, issuing and serving statutory demands, tracing debtors, enforcing judgements, winding up proceedings, bankruptcy, repossessions, charging orders, attachment of earnings, warrants of control (formerly warrants of execution), applications to obtain financial information (formerly known as oral examination).