Joanna Connolly Solicitors is a sole practitioner law firm with a commitment to providing a high level of service, specialising in the areas of Consumer Credit, Contentious Probate, and Insolvency. We offer a professional friendly service with a clear pricing structure. Joanna Connolly (LLB Hons) is a Solicitor Advocate - a solicitor with Higher Rights of Audience who is qualified to represent clients as an Advocate in the higher courts in England and Wales.
Joanna was previously Head of Consumer Credit Litigation at MSB Solicitors and has had extensive litigation experience both at County Court and High Court level. Joanna had conduct of the lead Consumer Credit Act High Court case Carey v HSBC Bank Plc  EWHC 3417 (QB) as well as cases in the Court of Appeal. Joanna thrives on constantly enhancing her knowledge and experience.
We can provide assistance in the following areas:
1. Defending County Court claims or statutory demands issued by creditors. We are specialist solicitors who always put our clients interests first. We do not act for banks or lending institutions which enables us to focus 100% on achieving the best possible outcome for you.
2. Mortgage Mis-selling of first mortgages by brokers and lenders in respect of first mortgages both in negligence and under the Mortgage Code pre-regulation and since November 2004 claims for damages under FSMA 2000 S 150 for breach of MCOB.
3. Financial Mis-selling and Unfair Relationships in financial mis-selling in individual agreements and in consolidation transactions, including PPI mis-selling, mis-selling of second mortgages or unregistered first mortgages and the developing area of law in "Unfair Relationship".
We are also able to advise and, where appropriate, provide representation on areas including:
1. Will Disputes & Inheritance Act Claims
2. Personal Insolvency
3. Employment Problems
4. Lasting Power of Attorneys (LPA's)
Unlike some debt advisory services, we are a specialist solicitors and do not work in conjunction with lenders. This enables us to focus 100% on achieving the best possible outcome for you.
We offer a comprehensive range of legal services to individuals. If you are experiencing debt problems and being threatened with possible court action it is important that you seek advice at the earliest opportunity and at Joanna Connolly Solicitors, we have vast experience in helping people to deal with their debt / finance claims. We recognise the difficulty and stress that can arise when dealing with these type of problems and are able to provide you with legal advice as to the options available to you.
If you need legal help and don't have much money or can't warrant paying high legal fee's to see if you have a chance of success then we can help! Not only do we consider Conditional Fee Arrangements (CFA's) but we also offer a bespoke Pay As You Go service which allows you to pay for legal help as and when you need it.
A loan or credit card may prove to be unenforceable for a variety of reasons. If you've been served a claim form and require expert legal advice then you've come to the right place. We have a wealth of consumer credit legal experience and have been involved in various key cases which are still used in persuasive argument to this day.
Inheritance claims are far broader than simply contesting or disputing a Will because Inheritance Laws give a variety of options depending on the different situations that people find themselves in. Our Contentious Probate service can help you with disputing or contesting a Will, and can provide immediate legal representation anywhere in England & Wales.
As personal insolvency and bankruptcy solicitors, we offer immediate, impartial and confidential advice to enable you to manage and reduce your debts. We will listen to your problems and offer you a solution that will allow you to get your finances back under control. We will make you aware of your options and advise you on the best possible solution.
If you have a problem at work we can quickly provide you with immediate legal advice and assistance in dealing with your employer, and if necessary, formally take up the matter with your employer. We will clearly explain what your legal remedies are, including writing to your employer and if necessary, take the matter to an Employment Tribunal for you.
Solicitor Advocates are a relatively new breed of lawyer. Solicitors first acquired rights of audience in the higher courts in 1994, but it was not until after Lord Carter of Cole's review of publicly funded legal services in 2006 that things began to change. We can now offer a full advocacy service and attend court for you, for a set one-off fee agreed at outset.
There are numberous factors to take into account when offering legal services however our typical pricing (shown below) should help assist you to get an idea of what fee you'd be expected to pay for some specific services that we can provide to you. You will be able to purchase one-off Pay As You Go (PAYG) legal services at any time with prices starting at just £250 for a specific, agreed legal service to be performed by us. On occasion we may be able to offer a Conditional Fee Arrangement (CFA) meaning there would be no cost to you for utilising our legal services (for that case).
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