Bradley Grant - Litigation Solicitor
Welcome to the Team
It is certainly not the easiest of times to make a move in your career but we were delighted when Bradley agreed to join the F Barnes team at the beginning of this year.
Bradley comes to us from another local solicitors having worked there for four years. He has gained a wealth of experience in Civil Litigation and having decided to take his next step on the 'career ladder' joined our Litigation department under the guidance and expertise of our Managing Director and Head of Litigation, Tiina Juhanson. Tiina has over 30 years experience in Litigation,she is an astute lawyer, an excellent advocate when representing her clients in court and has the wealth of experience to pass onto Bradley.
Bradley is an ambitious solicitor who has excelled at his previous practice. He prides himself on being approachable and thorough with his clients. He argues, that by paying particular attention to detail he is able to explain all the options, clearly and coherently to his clients. In short, he is committed to providing the very best legal advice with his client's best interests in mind.
Bradley is experienced in dealing with complex litigation cases, he specialises in commercial lease renewals disputes and property dilapidations, all debt collection/claims for both businesses and individuals in excess of £10,000, tenant disputes, contested probate and TOLATA proceedings.
Bradley completed his law degree at Buckinghamshire New University graduating with LLB Honours. He went on to complete the Legal Practice Course and Master's in Law LLM at The University of Law.
Bradley is based at our Romford office and specialises In:
- Commercial lease renewal disputes
- Rent review disputes
- Property Dilapidations
- Debt collection/claims over £10,000
- Enforcement of debt collection claims to include charging orders
- All areas of alternative arbitration such as mediation, arbitrations and part 36 settlement
- Setting aside judgements
- Settlement agreements
- Contested Probate
- Divorce matters
- TOLATA proceedings