At Mercers we have a number of Private Client Solicitors who are accredited members of Solicitors For the Elderly (SFE), which this month became The Association of Lifetime Lawyers (TALL). Rebranding from SFE to TALL was thought important as advice previously considered pertinent to older clients, has become equally valuable to our younger clients. Lifetime […]
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Mercers focus on supporting individuals and businesses in private and commercial matters where expert legal advice is required.
Our client-focused approach has been successfully supporting clients for 200 years in Henley on Thames, Wallingford, Watlington, Dorchester, Marlow, Wargrave, Sonning, Pangbourne and throughout England.
Whenever disputes occur Mercers specialist Trusts & Disputes department take a pragmatic, cost-effective approach whilst providing expert advice on all matter of Contentious Probate and Court of Protection matters.
With our experience of mediation and litigation we can help whenever contentious residential property, landlord and tenant, professional negligence, commercial debt and trust & estate disputes occur.
The experienced team at Mercers help Private Clients with all aspects of inheritance planning including Wills, Probate, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Inheritance Tax Planning and Trust & Estate administration.
Mercers offers a comprehensive conveyancing service. We specialise in residential property sales, purchases and refinances.
One of Mercers Associates, Sarah Crowther, offers a specialist Notary Public service, usually needed when people are relocating overseas and documents or copies of documents require a notarised witness.
What our clients have to say about Mercers Solicitors
We should like to place on record our appreciation of the highly professional and yet patient and stress-free manner in which Mercers have handled these matters for us.
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Forgery of signatures presents persistent challenges in the legal sector, particularly when they involve the authenticity of a will. The 2023 case, Fraser v Khawaja  EWHC 3143, serves as a striking illustration of such challenges, showcasing the pivotal role of the court in navigating contentious probate disputes. The case highlights the seriousness of will […]