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Proudly Serving Clients Since 1975

Paul Linton & Co is a family run law firm that provides a quality service to its clients in a friendly and approachable environment. We pride ourselves on a high level of personal contact with our clients.

Residential & Commercial Conveyancing

We are experienced in all areas of residential and commercial property work. As solicitors we ensure a high level of service.


We work with our clients to meet their needs and ensure that all timescales are adhered to. We are easily reachable and we excel at keeping our clients informed and updated with all developments of their transaction.


Our range of services include:




Sale and Purchase of Freehold/ Leasehold properties


Right to Buy

Shared Ownership Leases

Transfer of Equity




Sale and Purchases of businesses

Purchase and sales of properties at auction

Landlord & Tenant

Drafting and renewals of leases

Wills & Probate, Lasting Power of Attorney, Court of Protection



Making sure your money and property are distributed to the correct people after your death is only possible with a Will.


We can prepare a Will and organise your affairs in the most tax efficient way.




We can obtain a Grant of Probate and help with the administration of a deceased's estate, specifically resolving all claims and distributing the deceased property and money under a valid will.


If the deceased did not make a will then they are deemed to die intestate. We will obtain Letters of Administration and deal with the distribution of the deceased estate.


Claims under the Inheritance Act


You may have a claim under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975, if you can show that you were dependent on the deceased at the time of death. If you are successful, the Court can make a variety of orders, which effectively rewrite the Will or the Intestacy Rules to ensure that reasonable financial provision is made for you.


We can also act for you if you are to defend a claim.


Lasting Powers of Attorney


Lasting Powers of Attorney enable you to choose someone you trust to make decisions on your behalf regarding your finances, property, health and welfare, should you lose your mental capacity.


Court of Protection


We can assist in making an application to the Court of Protection for people who lack the capacity to make specific decisions due to reasons such as dementia, disability, stroke, mental health or head injury.

Leases, Lease Extensions,

Business Contracts and Purchases

We are able to advise on a range of disputes. If negotiation fails we look at the possible benefits of mediation or some other form of alternative dispute resolution and as the last resort a formal application to the relevant Court or Tribunal.

We advise on:

County Court actions

Debt problems

Landlord and Tenant matters

Possession proceedings/occupation of land

Rent arrears

Neighbour disputes

Disputes over Wills and claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975

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