welcome to A O & Associates Solicitors

We have been offering professional and legal services to our numerous clients for several years. Our legal services are delivered by our team of experienced and committed solicitors and in-house barristers specialising in all areas of Social Welfare law such as housing law, homelessness law, immigration and nationality law, children law, family law and divorce, domestic violence matters, employment law and consumer debts. Our Solicitors and in-house barristers are available to deal with your matter swiftly, diligently and professionally.

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our Services

Immigration and Nationality law

At A O & Associates Solicitors, we can assist you in all areas of your immigration matters. We are experts in Personal Immigration Matters and Business Immigration matters. We are reliable, affordable and dependable. Whether…

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Landlord and Tenant law

At A O & Associates Solicitors, we can assist you in all areas of your landlord and tenant matters. Whether you are a tenant or you are a landlord, our Solicitors are available anytime to…

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Housing and Homelessness law

At A O & Associates Solicitors, we can assist you in all areas of housing matter. If you are renting your property from social landlords such as the Council or Housing Association, and / or…

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child and Family law

Child Law Solicitors At A O & Associates Solicitors, we have a team of friendly family lawyers with vast experience of providing advice in children related matters to individuals across South East London, Manchester, Birmingham,…

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Consumer disputes and Consumer debts

Our complaints handling policy We are committed to providing a high-quality legal service to all our clients. When something goes wrong, we need you to tell us about it. This will help us to improve…

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latest news

Housing Possession Claims

24.08.2020

In relation to Possession Action at the County Court on the basis of Section 21 of the Housing Act 1988, the Notice periods given to tenants from 29 August 2020 to at the very least 31 March 2021 must be at least 6 months – The Coronavirus Act 2020 (Residential Tenancies: Protection from Eviction) Amendment) (England) Regulations 2020. The Notice…

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