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Putting you ahead

When it comes to looking after your interests, we've got you covered - from beginning to end

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Augment

Lupton Fawcett's fixed fee retainer for all your HR needs

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Introduction to Employment Law

Training: An Introduction to Employment Law - Day 1

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Introduction to Employment Law

Training: An Introduction to Employment Law - Day 2

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Residential Conveyancing

Pre-sales service to enable your house sale to be undertaken quickly

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Quick Smart

What you should consider next when buying your home

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Family Business

We've been helping business families for over 100 years. Here's how

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Passport

Explore your legal funding solutions when disputes occur

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Education News

Issue 1 of our latest newsletter

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Education News

Issues 2 of our latest newsletter

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Accreditations / Awards

Legal Awards 2020 Winner’s logo
Leeds United Business Club
FSQS Accreditation
Conveyancing Quality Scheme
Corporate Team of the Year 2019
YLA Employment Team of the Year 2019
Partner of the Year 2019
Trainee Solicitor of the Year 2019

Mr Richard Buckley of Lupton Fawcett ,gave me excellent advice and help recently with a legal document .In these times when little face to face contact is possible he was always available on the phone and made the experience trouble free and very satisfactory

Clare White

"I instructed Chris Burns to advise me in relation to my divorce and financial issues following the breakdown of my marriage. One of the key issues in the case was whether a long period of cohabitation would be factored in when considering the length of the marriage and the financial settlement I would be entitled to. During the course of the case, Chris provided me with clear and consistent advice and was able to deal robustly with the other party. I achieved an outcome I was very happy with and was very pleased with the advice and service levels which Chris and his team provided me with."

Anonymous

I was faced with a situation where it wasn’t “a solicitor” that I needed, I needed a “solicitor with a heart” and that’s what I found in Sam Hirst. Kind, efficient, to the point and I’d give her 10 out of 10 for fighting my corner. Thank you Sam, I shall forever be grateful for you representing me during my most difficult time. Wish you the very best.

Swarni Williams

Malvern

“The Archbishop of York is glad to announce that Louise Mary Connacher, Deputy Registrar of the Diocese of York, Master of Arts (cantab.), Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales and Partner of Lupton Fawcett LLP has accepted the invitation to become Acting Diocesan Registrar from 15 April 2019 and Deputy Registrar of the Province of York, to be known as Acting Provincial Registrar.”

The office of the Archbishop of York

“I am delighted at how they got to grips with the very complex issues and completed exceptionally difficult negotiations against the clock”

Bradford City Football Club

“It is a great reflection on the advice we give, and the way we handle matters, that many new cases come through recommendations from former clients.”

Chris Burns, Lupton Fawcett Head of Family Law

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Chris Burns, Head of Family Law, discusses the new divorce laws - Video Thumbnail

Chris Burns, Head of Family Law, discusses the new divorce laws

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Lupton Fawcett Partner, Louise Connacher, discusses the issues around Gender Pay Gap Reporting, Changes to Data Protection law and the National Minimum Wage. - Video Thumbnail

Lupton Fawcett Partner, Louise Connacher, discusses the issues around Gender Pay Gap Reporting, Changes to Data Protection law and the National Minimum Wage.

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