Welcome to Makka Solicitors Ltd
Makka Solicitors Ltd was established over a decade ago in 2007. Since then we have grown rapidly and we now operate from Tooting Bec, London and have a branch office in Islamabad, Pakistan.
We are committed to putting our clients’ needs first by providing tailored legal advice and assistance at affordable costs which we believe are lower than our competitors. Our overall aim is to provide honest and sincere advice in a timely manner to achieve the best results for every client whilst keeping the costs to a minimum. Our clients can expect to receive clear and honest advice regardless of their race, colour, ethnicity, sex and religion.
We are proud to say that we are recommended by our clients and most of our new business derives from client referrals. We aim to continue maintaining our reputation of a firm that comes highly recommended by existing clients.
We have a team of lawyers and support staff who have the expertise to assist you with your needs. Our staff can provide advice in many languages including Bengali, Urdu, Hindi and Punjabi. Our team provides specialist advice on all aspects of immigration; nationality; family; children; residential and commercial property; contracts; litigation; dispute resolution; Court of Protection, wills and probate. We specialise in judicial review in immigration law and we can undertake work in this area of law either on “no win low fee” or “no win no fee” basis. We instruct Barristers who specialise in judicial review cases and have substantial experience in this area of law. We have been informed by our leading judicial review barrister, Mark Blundell that our success rate in judicial review cases is much better than others.
We are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority who set the standards for solicitors in England and Wales. We are also accredited by Lexcel, part of the Law Society quality mark, which sets the benchmark for excellence in legal practice management and client care.
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