Solicitors in Belfast
94 Ann Street
Bernard Campbell, known throughout Northern Ireland as “Barney Campbell", opened his office in Belfast City Centre in 1908. His son Brian Campbell continued in his fathers footsteps until retirement in 1993. His grandson Mark Campbell continues the practice in a rapidly changing legal world. Margaret McGauley joined the firm in Christmas 1992 as the first woman partner.
Since then the practice has continued to develop to meet the changing needs of all of its clients. We are a forthright practice with a wealth of experience and capable of embracing new ways of resolving legal problems.
Bernard Campbell & Company have an office in Belfast and an office in Carrickfergus.
Are you having problems with your spouse or partner? Are you worried about your home, the children or money? We will advise you on separation proceedings whether by agreement or not, maintenance for yourself and the children, residence and contact of the children, can you defend these proceedings? Domestic Violence, emergency protection, non-molestation and occupation orders, injunctions, divorce and property settlements, ward ship proceedings, rights of separated fathers in respect of children and maintenance, rights of unmarried mothers to claim maintenance, adoption proceedings, matrimonial agreements, settling all your matrimonial problems out of court, collaborative agreements and child support agency.
Are you thinking of buying or selling a house? We can offer you an efficient and jargon-free service with minimum stress to you our client, plain talking when it comes to costs, and a full written fee estimate at the outset of your transaction, advice on obtaining a survey, whether you are buying with a mortgage or without, step-by-step guidance and support throughout the course of your transaction, close contact with your estate agent, mortgage broker and other parties.
Bernard Campbell and Company are members of the Law Society's Home Charter Scheme, which regulates and sets standards for domestic conveyancing within Northern Ireland. Please feel free to contact any of our offices should you wish us to provide a fee estimate on your proposed transaction.
Have you made a Will? Are your affairs in order? Your family may face legal difficulties after you die if you have not made a Will. We can advise you how best to provide for family and make provision for inheritance tax. If someone close to you has died we can assist you in the administration of their estate. If you have been left out of a Will or if there is no Will, we can advise you of your rights. All matters will be treated with the strictest of confidence and you may be entitled to legal aid.
Are you buying a business or entering into a commercial lease? Are you setting up a Company or Partnership? Proper professional advice in these complex areas is essential. We can assist you in all these matters.
Are you in trouble with the police? Have you received a summons for court? We will advise you on the whole range of criminal proceedings, road traffic offences, no insurance, careless/reckless driving, drink driving and speeding, offences of breaches of the peace, disorderly behavior, assaults, offences of dishonesty – theft, shoplifting, DHSS fraud, burglary
Serious criminal offences. You have rights while in police custody and ask for us at the police station and we can attend and assist you.
Are you entitled to compensation? We will advise you as to whether you have a claim arising out of car accidents, tripping cases, accidents at work, medical negligence, diseases contracted at work. We can also advise you in all aspects of litigation, from whom you can sue to what you can sue for consumer problems, debt recovery and disputes over land.
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