Bradley Grant joined our Litigation and Family department in 2021.
Bradley is experienced in dealing with complex litigation cases he specialises in commercial lease renewal 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 prides himself on being approachable and thorough with his clients. He pays particular attention to detail which gives him the ability to advise his clients of their options clearly and coherently. In short he ensures their best interests are of the highest priority.
Bradley is very ambitious and is eager to build a solid foundation within F Barnes.
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 has worked as a Paralegal and trainee for four years in the same practice specialising in litigation and family.
In his spare time, Bradley enjoys socialising with friends and playing chess.
Bradley is based at our Romford office.
Bradley 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
What the clients say:
Bradley was very helpful and understanding and very detailed I would recommend him. L Phillips
Thanks to Bradley for his assistance in dealing with my matter in a professional, quick and effective manner. R Stanton
Thank you Bradley for your advise, and closing the matter very quick.(Settlement Agreement) AH
Very happy with the service provided. Kept in the picture and contacted continually seemed very professional would definitely use again and recommend to somebody who needed assistance.S Jackson