Welcome to Osbornes Law
We are an award winning private client London law firm offering a bespoke personal service for all our clients across the UK and abroad.
We earn our reputation for excellence by recruiting, training and retaining the best lawyers. They are known for their work in high value and complex Family, Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence, Wills, Probate & Estates, Dispute Resolution, Adoption & Surrogacy, Property and Public & Housing law.
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Osbornes Lawyers – on your side
Young at heart have heads in the sand over old age
The number of over-65s is expected to increase by more than 40% within 20 years, with most of us likely to live well into our 70s and 80s. This means a higher risk of living with age-related illnesses, such as dementia, and the real possibility of needing help managing our day to day affairs. Whether […]Read More
Running for AvMA
On Sunday 1st March, Nicholas Leahy, Medical Negligence Solicitor and Joseph Gunn, Wills and Probate Solicitor are running The Big Half in aid of AvMA. AvMA support people affected by avoidable harm in healthcare, with the aim of helping them achieve justice, and to promote better patient safety for all. AvMA are completely independent and […]Read More
‘Glass in Hand’ Lecture – Should we be nervous of trees?
Hampstead residents will be able to find out about their legal rights when trees damage or overhang their property, next week. The Heath & Hampstead Society and Hampstead-based law firm Osbornes Law are presenting their ‘Glass-in-Hand Lecture’ on the latest technical and legal issues surrounding the potential impact of trees, hedges and other plants on […]Read More
BBC Essex – Not being able to say a proper goodbye
On Breakfast with Ben & Sonia, on BBC Radio Essex, they spoke to a relative of Stephen Drummond. Mr Drummond’s remains are still being kept in an Essex hospital morgue as a family dispute continues regarding what should happen to his body. The family are divided about whether he should be buried or cremated. Stephanie […]Read More
Co-buying a property with friends – the pros and cons
For many young people getting on the property ladder is just a dream, with spiralling house prices making it impossible for many to buy a home. As a result, more and more are pooling their financial resources with friends to co-buy a property. But what do you need to do and is this a safe […]Read More
Divorce – the impact of spending to avoid sharing
When going through a divorce some decide to spend their money on fast cars and other luxury goods to avoid sharing with their partner. Lisa Pepper, Partner, Family Law team at Osbornes Law commenting in the Daily Express Newspaper today urges caution as spending to avoid sharing will be expensive. Lisa said “The only way […]Read More
Basildon Inquest – Serious failings in the hospital care of mother after childbirth
Gabriela Pintilie lost six litres of blood after giving birth to her daughter via cesaran section at Basildon University Hospital in February 2019.The Romanian born mother bled to death several hours after doctors conducted emergency surgery and serious delays followed, along with a failure to deliver the right further care. Our client, Ionel Pintilie. Gabriela’s […]Read More
Inquest held for former cab driver
A former black cab driver starved himself to death in hospital after being allowed to refuse food and drink despite having a history of mental health problems, the inquest heard on 16 January 2020. Mr Frederick Payne died 31 days after he was admitted to the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Harlow. When he died he weighed […]Read More
New Year, New Lease – Leasehold Reforms
Following consultation, in 2018, and having received over 2600 responses to the consultation, on the 9th January 2020 the Law Commission published its recommendations for simplifying the process by which Tenants can acquire their freeholds or extend their leases. The aim of the reforms are to make it simpler and cheaper for Tenants to buy […]Read More
Inquest into death of Gabriela Pintilie concludes
Gabriela’s husband Ionel Pintilie said: “Losing Gabriela at a time that should have been one of the happiest of our lives was devastating for us as a family. But, to hear the catalogue of errors before her death, including the fact that she was not given the blood products that could have saved her life, […]Read More