Areas of Practice

  • Commercial Litigation
  • Corporate and Business Law
  • Estate Planning and Business Succession
  • Finance, Lending & Banking
  • Intellectual Property
  • Labor & Employment
  • Real Estate
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Tax
  • Family Law
  • Entrepreneurial & Start-Up
  • Business Litigation
  • Bankruptcy and Restructuring
About us

Forbes Solicitors is a full-service law firm based in England, and we provide a broad range of commercial legal services to our clients on a local, national, and international basis.
The team draws together specialists from business immigration, employment, commercial, dispute resolution, corporate, commercial property, insolvency, intellectual property and insurance, each of which support clients across a variety of sectors.

The object of our inter-disciplinary team is to help our clients to navigate their way through the increasingly complex network of regulation, legislation and standards that govern international trade. Whether you wish to trade overseas or you are considering establishing a UK offering for your products and/or services, our experts can provide legal and commercial guidance to make this process as streamlined as is possible. Servicing clients from the small, owner-managed businesses to some of the nation’s biggest companies, we cater for a full range of legal requirements. The team at Forbes have specialist knowledge, enabling their advice to be tailored to the respective needs, priorities, and size of a client’s business, whether trading on a national or international basis.

The firm is ranked as a Legal 500 Top Tier Firm and a Chambers and Partners Leading Firm.

Further information can be found here International | Forbes Solicitors or by emailing international@forbessolicitors.co.uk.

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