MORGAN HAS SOLICITORS IS A GENERAL LAW FIRM LOCATED IN THE UPCAMING STOKE NEWINGTON AREA OF LONDON

Morgan Has Solicitors is a general law firm located in the Stoke Newington area of London.

As a firm, the aim is to serve the needs generated by both the general members of the community and also businesses. The firms founding principle, Ali Has, has a wealth of experience in different areas of Law and is a specialist in Criminal Law.

The firm provides specialist services in:

  • Criminal Law
  • Commercial and Residential Conveyancing
  • Landlord and Tenant
  • Regulatory Law
  • Debt
  • Immigration
  • Civil Litigation
  • Wills and Probate
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Family/Children Law
  • Personal Injury
  • The ethos on which Morgan Has was formed is to provide the communities of London (and elsewhere) with advice and legal guidance on a variety of legal areas under one roof without the need for them to search elsewhere for legal help.

    The Mission is not only to offer a great service, but also efficient and superior client care; client satisfaction is our paramount objective.

    Since its launch, the firm has already secured its place in the market. Within its client base, the company seeks to attract both business clients as well as personal clients.

    The firm is also involved in public interest work (pro-bono) through providing advice and assistance in drop in sessions and legal workshops, aiming to assist the more deprived members of the community.

    Morgan Has is an Equal Opportunities firm and places emphasis on the equality between its clients and staff.

    RECENT LEGAL DEVELOPMENTS

    Recent Legal Developments

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    Forced marriage now a crime

    Forcing someone to marry against their will is now a criminal offence. New legislation introduced on 16 June 2014 by the government is designed to help people in England and Wales. It also applies to UK nationals overseas

    Supreme Court dismisses ‘right to die’ appeal

    The Supreme Court dismissed the right to die appeal brought by the wife of the late Tony Nicklinson and campaigner Paul Lamb in a landmark judgment today. The appellants claimed the prohibition on assisted suicide in section 2(1)

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