Professional legal help for you and your family whenever you need it , with courtesy and service you can depend on.
We talk in plain English and we don’t cost the earth. We will always make your legal costs clear, with no surprises. That's a promise.
Specialist business law advice, when you need it, from experienced commercial lawyers.
Service you can depend on and we will always make your legal costs clear, with no surprises. That's a promise.
Gotelee is now accredited to the Conveyancing Quality Scheme, The Law Society's trusted mark for high standard conveyancing solicitors.
Fixed price legal fees are available in many areas of legal advice. No hidden costs. No surprises.
The highest levels of courtesy and service - that's a promise to our clients. Read the Gotelee Client Promise in full.
Meet with a solicitor to discuss relationship breakdown, divorce or separation for a special inclusive fixed fee.
Gotelee was the first Suffolk business to receive the Suffolk Carbon Charter at Gold level, in recognition for its work to reduce energy consumption.
Struggling with some legal terms, click here for our Legal dictionary
The public service union UNISON is challenging the Government over the introduction of fees for employees who wish to bring a case to an employment tribunal, but a decision on the challenge is a long way off
Buying or selling a house? Win £500 off your legal fees!
The world of BIG BRANDS - Saga, AA, Tesco, CooP, Stobart etc etc – arrives in the legal services arena. How does this effect you? Our Strategy Director, Alistair Lang explains.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that an employer that only offered a disabled employee reduced hours for a fixed period was not in breach of its duty to make reasonable adjustments.
In a case where the issue was whether a claim for unfair constructive dismissal was lodged in time, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) looked at whether the words “I have no alternative but to resign my position” were ambiguous.
Even when an employer has a reasonably held belief that an employee’s actions amount to gross misconduct, dismissal will not always be fair.
Employers could be forced to pay out billions in backdated holiday pay claims following Employment Tribunal ruling.
Provisional statistics for the year April 2012 to March 2013, published by the Health and Safety Executive, show an 11 per cent drop in major injuries compared with 2011/2012
The ‘naked rambler' has failed in his appeal against a disorderly behaviour conviction after the High Court condemned his behaviour as ‘deliberately provocative’.