At Hamilton Ross Solicitors our civil court lawyers and solicitors provide court services to our clients in Airdrie, Coatbridge, Motherwell, Bellshill, Wishaw and throughout the rest of Lanarkshire and beyond. We are able to provide advice in connection with any of the following:
- Housing issues including eviction actions for rent arrears
- Neighbourhood disputes, including interdicts
- Debt matters
- Benefits advice
- Guardianship orders
- Bankruptcy and sequestration
- We also advise on Compensation Claims and Family Law including divorce, separation, parental rights and child contact and residence disputes
- Contractual issues
- Local agency work to appear in civil court cases in Airdrie Sheriff Court on behalf of other legal firms
We aim to tailor our services to meet the needs of the individual client depending on their circumstances and the nature of the dispute in connection with which they seek assistance. Our lawyers and solicitors are based in Motherwell and Airdrie and they provide professional advice, focused on achieving the most successful outcome in as swift and economic a fashion as possible.
Over many years our lawyers and solicitors have also developed excellent working relationships with other solicitors and the local sheriff courts. These relationships can often facilitate positive negotiation with a view to achieving swift results for our clients. Our lawyers often appear in Airdrie Sheriff Court, Hamilton Sheriff Court, Glasgow Sheriff Court as well as other courts in Lanarkshire and throughout Scotland. We are therefore able to offer a comprehensive civil court service to our clients. Our offices in Airdrie and Motherwell mean that we are well placed to provide advice to clients throughout Lanarkshire including areas beyond Airdrie and Motherwell such as Coatbridge, Bellshill, Wishaw, Cumbernauld and Hamilton.
We are able to offer Civil Legal Aid and Advice & Assistance to those who may qualify for legal aid. Our lawyers and solicitors based in Motherwell and Airdrie will be able to advise you further if you think you may qualify for legal aid to cover the cost of your legal advice.