Welcome to Tassells Solicitors
We are a client-focused Kent law firm with over 200 years in business, unique in our understanding of the local market and its needs.
Our approach is not only to explain the law, but also to provide clear and practical legal advice to our clients. Everything we do is crafted to a particular client’s needs, and our professional staff are passionate and committed problem-solvers offering a sympathetic and understanding approach to our private clients, and commercially focused and pragmatic advice to our business clients. Offering quality services for individuals, families and businesses, we have grown to become one of the most trusted firms in Kent.
We are regulated and authorised by the Solicitors Regulation Authority No: 69834
Tassells Solicitors News
This week we were excited to see that our collection box was full. We were delighted to count £55.16, which has been paid to our local Cancer Research UK shop. We want to say a huge thank you to all for your continued generosity.read more
There can be a number of reasons why you may decide to leave gifts to charity in your Will. This may be that you want to leave something to a cause that is close to your heart, ensuring that a local project can survive in the long term and other reasons. Gifts to...read more
We have received a lovely letter this week from Leila Ilkhan, the Community Fundraiser Manager at Pilgrims Hospices, thanking us for our donation of £902.31. We were delighted to read that over the last four years we have raised a fantastic £4,197.22 through our...read more
The Supreme Court’s decision in the long running case of Mills –v- Mills has now been made. The Supreme Court was asked to look into whether or not the court was entitled to decline an increase in Mrs Mills’ maintenance payments in respect of some or all of her rent...read more
A survey was recently carried out by a think tank called Centre for Future Studies on behalf of Solicitors for the Elderly. Two-thirds of people surveyed believe that their next of kin will be in a position to make medical and care decisions if mental capacity is...read more
If someone dies and the evidence is that they had the Will in their own possession, but it cannot be found, the legal inference is that they revoked the Will by destroying it. Where this happens an earlier Will may be revived, or there may be an intestacy. The truth...read more