RKB Services & descriptions
At RKB Law, we specialise in 8 specific areas of law and have specialist solicitors handling matters in each of these complex areas.
If you are hoping to find a solicitor that is the best fit for your case then our team will be able to offer the support and guidance that you need.
If you need representation for your matter, then please get in touch today.
Public law is the system by which courts can review and control the administrative functions of the state.
Public law is there to ensure that all decisions taken by a government body are taken lawfully and that fair procedures are followed.
We provide specialist guidance for Landlords and tenants on a wide range of Housing Law matters.
Our Property Solicitors are highly experienced at providing solutions for Housing Law issues for both tenants and landlords, and act fast and tenaciously to address cases as quickly as possible.
Immigration law can affect all aspects of our lives.
Whether you have a Visa or Immigration issue you need a specialist Immigration Solicitor who can bring your matter to the best outcome.
Human rights law applies to all action brought by public bodies.
Whether the public body is the Government, the Courts, regulators, NHS organisations, local authorities, defence forces, the police, or the prison services all legal action and decisions must be informed with respect to human rights.
Family law issues are often very sensitive, whether you are facing a divorce, separation, issues involving children, or are the victim of domestic violence or abuse.
We understand that when an individual experiences difficulty in their private or family life a compassionate approach to resolving family disputes is required.
The right to freedom from discrimination is contained in Article 14 of the ECHR. This means that it is illegal to discriminate on any grounds, including sex, race, language, religion, political beliefs, gender, sexual orientation, and disability.
If you have experienced discrimination because of any of these personal attributes, you may be able to make an equality and discrimination claim.
Court of Protection & Mental Capacity
If unsolvable disputes arise between people who are responsible for making these important decisions, it may be necessary to seek assistance from the Court of Protection.
The Court of Protection is the judicial body responsible for making decisions that relate to the management of finances and other affairs of individuals who lack the mental capacity to do so themselves.
Getting the right community care for you or someone you care for is key for a dignified life.
Community care covers a broad range of subjects, but its main function is protecting access to health and social services from the NHS and Local Authorities for vulnerable individuals.