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Our Bristol lawyers cover family law, corporate and commercial law, employment law, medical negligence claims, personal injury claims, real estate matters, maritime law and insurance, dispute resolution law, private wealth and private client.
We have the only maritime team currently based in Bristol and have recently added two new partners, including a Partner to lead our specialist maritime law and marine insurance capability, enhancing Ince's global maritime offering.
Our private wealth offering, the legal sector’s first fully integrated service for those with significant private wealth, provides a range of premium legal and wealth advisory services and solutions for high-net-worth individuals, families, business owners and entrepreneurs with complex financial affairs, in the UK and internationally.
With over 700 people, including 450+ legal and business services professionals, our Bristol solicitors are part of The Ince Group, an international legal and professional services group dedicated to empowering our clients to seize new opportunities for growth.
Ince offers a broad range of services and has deep sector specialisms making us the partner of choice for all our clients’ complex legal and strategic needs. We provide legal advice, strategic guidance and business solutions to clients ranging from individuals, including ultra high-net-worth individuals, to sector-leading businesses in many different industries.
Corporate and commercial law
Our corporate solicitors cover all aspects of company and commercial law and advice you might need, whether you are a new business just starting out, are planning to exit through IPO or sale, or you're a fully established and capitalised global enterprise. As part of a full-service firm that operates internationally, we have access to lawyers with a wealth of expertise and can help you, no matter what the situation. Find out more.
From simple contract disputes to complex disputes against the largest organisations and companies in the world, our dispute resolution solicitors will act for you to protect your reputation, your privacy, using arbitration and mediation wherever possible to avoid long drawn out litigation and legal costs. Our solicitors can act for both individuals and corporations. Find out more.
Our employment solicitors deal with a variety of issues including gig economy, IR35, unfair dismissal and other employment termination including redundancies, boardroom disputes, harassment, discrimination and business immigration. We specialise in managing complex, high profile, high risk situations, including for both individuals and companies. Find out more.
Family and matrimonial law
No matter what your family situation, whether divorce, relationship breakdown, child support, child welfare, adoption, surrogacy, pre-nuptial or post-nuptial agreements, co-habitation agreements, or other family need, our family lawyers will work with you to achieve the outcome you want. Find out more.
Our clients value our firm's long history and strength in the insurance industry. Our insurance team has the specialist industry knowledge, geographic reach, experience and reputation in the insurance market that few law firms can match. We have particular expertise in the yachting and leisure craft sector. Find out more.
With over 150 years in the maritime sector, we can assist you with all aspects of maritime law. This includes dry shipping, transactional matters, financing, yachts and super yachts, ports, offshore oil and gas, admiralty, piracy, pollution and defendant personal injury. We also provide an emergency response service. Find out more.
Medical negligence claims
If you suffer an injury as a result of negligence from a hospital, consultant specialist or GP, we can help you claim compensation, usually on a no win no fee basis. We can also help you claim for medical negligence following cancer misdiagnosis or mistreatment, birth injuries, sepsis injury, and far more. Find out more and speak to one of our medical negligence solicitors to find out how we can help you.
Personal injury claims
If you've been injured and its not your fault, you may be able to claim for compensation on a no win no fee basis. Our highly ranked personal injury solicitors, led by a top-ranked Bristol lawyer in Chambers & Partners UK, will help you through the legal process and ensure your claim is settled for the maximum amount possible. Find out more and speak to our personal injury solicitors to find out how we can help you.
Private client and tax
Our private client solicitors offer a complete service to our private clients, whether based in the UK or overseas. This includes inheritance tax, succession planning, wills, power of attorney and lasting power of attorney, trusts, estate planning, estate administration, real estate, tax planning, offshore trusts, probate and trusteeship. Find out more.
Our private wealth solicitors and consultants have a proven track record of providing a full suite of advice and legal services to local and international individuals, families and the institutions that support those with significant private wealth. This includes wealth management, trusts, asset acquisition, protection and management, succession planning, real estate investment and management, immigration, financial regulatory matters including bribery, anti-money laundering and financial crime, disputes and contentious issues including privacy and reputation management, probate and estate administration. Find out more.
Our real estate solicitors and conveyancers advise on both commercial and residential matters, including property development, investment acquisitions and disposals, asset management, property construction, leasing and management work for owners and tenants, real estate finance, property disputes and all elements of corporate real estate transactions. Our solicitors advise a wide range of clients including individuals, family offices, property companies, real estate developers, investors, funds and leading entities involved in many industries, both in the UK and internationally. Find out more.
Daniel Crockford / Partner and Head of Maritime Law and Marine Insurance / Bristol
Gillian Clark / Partner and Head of Medical Negligence / Bristol
Kerry Graham / Partner and Head of Family and Matrimonial / Bristol
Kay McCluskey / Partner and Head of Personal Injury / Bristol
Cherry Stuckey / Partner and Head of Private Client (Bristol/Cardiff) / Bristol
Susan Morris / Partner, Residential Conveyancing / Bristol
Alex Penberthy / Partner, Maritime Law and Marine Insurance / Bristol
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