Q&A

Questions and Answers

Immigration Law

1You are British national, and your family joined you in the UK and wonder whether your children can be register as British national?
Your children may be eligible to be register as a British Citizens, the Secretary of State can use his/her discretionary power and can register a child as a British national. We have recently made successful applications. The application will be based on individual and family circumstances of each applicant, to discuss it in detail please call us on 07940657357 or contact us via email: info@whmaliksolicitors.co.uk
2I am EU national working in the UK can I bring my non-EU family to the UK?
Yes, of course you can, even after Brexit you can still bring your non-EU family members to the UK, You also may be able to bring other relatives to the UK who are dependent on you they will fall into the Extended family members category. To discuss the requirements etc in detail please call us on 02080045666 or 07940657357 or contact us via email: info@whmaliksolicitors.co.uk
3Are you satisfied with the services you received?

If you are satisfied with our services, then feel free to write a review about us and our services which you received or receiving.

If you are not satisfied with the services you received or receiving from us then don’t hesitate to contact us, if you are not happy while we are dealing with your matter, let us know the issue and we will get it resolved.

Family Law

1What are our charges/fee for family law related matters?
The fee for the family matters will be charged at the flat rate of 150GBP per hour, Unless we agreed to the fix fee sum, further, the litigant has to pay all the disbursement including court fee, Barrister/Counsel fee, document translation, Court bailiff services or any other private services like Process Server etc. To discuss it in detail please call us on 07940657357-02080045666 or contact us via email: info@whmaliksolicitors.co.uk
2What are the Reasons/Grounds for Divorce?
There are 5 grounds/reasons on the basis of which divorce petition can be filled, the petitioner has to provided on of the 5 grounds to establish that his/her marriage is irreversibly broken down and cannot be saved. These grounds are: A). Unreasonable Behaviour which includes Physical violence or torture, verbal abuse by any means, threats, insults, drunkenness or taking drugs, refusal to pay towards the shared living expenses etc. B). Adultery C). Desertion which means your husband or wife has left you at least two years before the filing of the divorce petition. D). The Couple have been separated from your spouse for two years before the filing of the divorce petition. E). The Couple has been separated for five years or more on the date of the filing of application. To discuss it in detail please call us on 07940657357-02080045666 or contact us via email: info@whmaliksolicitors.co.uk
3Divorce or Separation Child arrangements are very important?
In Divorce or Separation, looking after of the child arrangements are made between both the parties. Some time parties agree by having parental plan or using mediator or ask the court to decide or agree mutually for the looking after of the child or children in all respect including, with whom they will live, how much time they will spend with each parent, how child will be financially supported by each parent also known as child maintenance. To discuss it in detail please call us on 07940657357-02080045666 or contact us via email: info@whmaliksolicitors.co.uk
4Assets and Financial Settlement when relationship ends?
The petitioner and his/her ex-partner can choose how to settle money and property issues. If the parties can agree mutually after mediation, then a contract can be made between parties and if the parties does not agree on anything then they can ask the Court to decide on that point. To discuss it in detail please call us on 07940657357-02080045666 or contact us via email: info@whmaliksolicitors.co.uk

Personal Injury

1How we deal with Personal Injury matter?
We will deal with your matter on no win no fee basis for which a conditional fee agreement will be prepared and signed by the concerned parties. For details how your case will be dealt, and do you have to pay anything towards our services, please call us on 07940657357 or contact us via email: info@whmaliksolicitors.co.uk
2Is there any time limitation for making claim for personal injury compensation?
Yes, most of the personal injury claims in the UK are subject to the time limitation and that is 3 years, however, every claim/accident has its own circumstances, so if you are involved in any kind of accident and wants to make a personal injury claim then don’t delay and make a claim as soon as possible. To discuss in detail please call us on 07940657357 or 02080045666 or email us on info@whmaliksolicitors.co.uk
3If you are involved in road traffic accident and it’s not your fault?
In non-fault accident cases, the claimant can claim personal injury and other damages including vehicle damage and loss of earnings. To discuss how to claim feel free to contact us by calling on 07940657357 or 02080045666 or send us an email on info@whmaliksolicitors.co.uk

Housing Law

1How we charge our professional fee for housing matters?
Our professional fee for the housing matters will be charged at flat rate of 150GBP per hour no VAT applicable, unless we agree to a fixed fee. The litigant has to pay all the disbursement including court fee, Barrister/Counsel fee, Notices serving, Court bailiff services or any other private services etc, to discuss in detail please contact us on 0208004566 or call on 07940657357 or write to us via email: info@whmaliksolicitors.co.uk
2Can a landlord take possession of the rented property?
Yes, the landlord can take possession of his rented property legally, however, landlord has to comply with the legal requirements like giving notice etc. The landlord can give notice to the tenant on the breach of tenant obligations .i.e paying rent etc, the landlord can also give notice to end assured short hold tenancy agreement provided he/she should give 2 months to notice to vacate the property. There are different types of the rental agreements between the parties and each agreement has its own term and conditions providing different rights to the landlord and tenants. To discuss in detail please call us on 02080045666 or 07940657357 or contact us via email: info@whmaliksolicitors.co.uk
3What is possession order and how it is granted and implemented?
The order of the possession is made by the Court after the hearing of the parties and is made on claim/request of the landlord. The tenant is normally given a certain date and time to vacate the property and if tenant fails to vacate the property then bailiff is required to enforce the possession order. To discuss in detail please call us on 02080045666 or 07940657357 or contact us via email: info@whmaliksolicitors.co.uk
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