Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Office Closure

These are extraordinary times, and our absolute priority is to ensure the health and safety of our staff and Clients As a precautionary measure against the ongoing risk of COVID-19, we have decided that from Monday 23 March 2020, we will temporarily close our office to our clients and general public. However, we are working on-line and you can contact us by email at or on 020 8767 9090 or 07903 999 999.

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.

May God keep you and your family safe!

Welcome to Makka Solicitors Ltd

Makka Solicitors Ltd was established in 2007. Since then we have grown and we now operate from Tooting Bec, London and also have a branch office in Islamabad, Pakistan.

The firm is committed to put its clients’ needs first by providing tailored legal advice and assistance at affordable costs which we believe are reasonable and competitive. Our overall aim is to provide honest advice in a timely manner to achieve the best results for our client whilst keeping the costs to a minimum. Our clients can expect to receive clear and sincere advice regardless of their race, colour, ethnicity, sex and religion.

From our clients feedback and comments by other professionals we have reasons to be proud and state that our services are second to none, and hence 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.

Our team of lawyers and support staff have the expertise to assist you with your legal needs. Our staff can provide advice in Bengali, Hindi, Punjabi, Turkish and Urdu. We provide specialist advice in Commercial Property; Contract; Court of Protection, Dispute Resolution; European; Immigration; Family; Litigation; Nationality; Residential Property;  wills and probate law.

We specialise in judicial review in immigration law and we can undertake work in this area either on a “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 as solicitors 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.

Our office is served with good transport links by bus and mainline rail network via Clapham Junction and Balham. We are conveniently located on the ground floor with wheelchair access at 44 Upper Tooting Road, London SW17 7PD which is only two minutes walk from Tooting Bec underground station.

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Our Services


Property We offer legal advice and assistance in the sale and purchase of residential and commercial property, including, land, garages, shops, and businesses ...
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Family Divorce & Separation The breakdown of a relationship or marriage is an emotional and stressful time. It is an unfortunate fact of ...
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Litigation The commercial reality is that even though people do not want to spend their valuable time in fighting expensive litigation in courts ...
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Wills What is Will? It is a legal declaration of how you wish to dispose of your property/assets on your death. In order ...
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Our Other Services

Our Other Services The list of our practice is not exhaustive. Therefore, please contact us to find out whether we can assist and ...
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Landlord & Tenant

Landlords & Tenants We offer specialist advice for both landlords and tenants. As we act for both landlords and tenants are able to ...
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Latest news


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Our People

Mr Fida Chaudhary (Director)
Mrs Monawara Roshid (Director)
Mr Haroon Sarwar (Consultant Solicitor)
Mr D Khan (Consultant)
Mr Haseeb Ali (Office Administrator)