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
A commercial tenant may want to bring their Lease to an end before it runs out. This is usually only possible if the Lease contains a “break clause”. Before exercising the break there are things which the tenant should check and be aware of, for example: The Lease...read more
This year Tassells are helping raise funds for The Alzheimer's Society by taking part in their Cupcake Day. If you happen to be dropping in on Thursday 13th June, consider grabbing a cupcake from us for a good cause. Alzheimer's Society websiteread more
I completed my skydive on 25 May and I can honestly say that it was the most amazing and surreal experience. I feel very fortunate to have been able to have the opportunity to take part. I am very grateful to my instructor who made me feel very safe which enabled me...read more
In preparation for Dementia Awareness Week, staff at Tassells received their Dementia Awareness training today from Alison Carter. Alison is a Dementia Friends Champion, a media volunteer for Alzheimer Research UK and Chair of Faversham Dementia Action Alliance. The...read more
The head of our Residential Conveyancing department, Tracey Freeman, is doing a skydive on 25 May to raise money for the Alzheimers’s Society. She says; “I really want to raise as much money as I can for this brilliant charity to ensure that those living with...read more
March has been a busy month in government. It may be this that has delayed a debate on the draft order increasing the court fee for applications for grants of probate. The order is still (as at 28th March 2019) draft. The fees will not increase without notice, and...read more