Coles Miller is one of Dorset's leading law firms with offices in Poole, Bournemouth, Broadstone, Christchurch and Wimborne, and is one of the largest and most established in the region.
As well as providing a full legal service for the private client, the firm also has one of the largest dedicated commercial departments in the area and can count some of the region's major businesses amongst its client base.
Any property transaction can be complicated – even more so when commercial premises are involved. Our team of specialist solicitors takes out the stress and replaces it with clear, straightforward advice.
By working with you and developing a strong working relationship, we understand your business goals so we can better help you to achieve them. By offering you clear, practical and commercially driven advice we can help you stay one step ahead in this fast-paced environment.
We’re established in the local community and as such already have great working relationships with many businesses and a wealth of knowledge of the local area. This means that we have the knowledge and working relationships needed to deliver to tight deadlines.
Value For Money
We understand the challenges which come from running your own business and believe in tailoring our service to your requirements. We go the extra mile and ensure that your financial and commercial interests are protected and limit any legal risk or liability.
Commercial Property Areas We Cover
· Office, industrial, residential and retail properties
· Hotels, leisure and licensed premises
· Investment property including SIPP purchases
· Landlord and tenant
· Plot sales
· Conditional contracts
· Joint ventures
· Sale and leaseback arrangements
· Acquisitions and sales of portfolios
· Property finance.
Coles Miller became a Limited Liability Partnership registered in England & Wales under number OC318707 on 1st May 2006.
Commercial tenants struggling to pay the rent can breathe a sigh of relief ahead of the June Quarter Day (June 24). They will be spared eviction – for the moment at least.
There is a greater risk that parties may need to delay their move because someone is showing symptoms of coronavirus or is self-isolating.
We have taken a substantial number of calls from clients who are concerned as to how their conveyancing transaction is going to be affected by the current Covid-19 Pandemic.
Because of the nature of our business, we sometimes hear stories where our clients are going through a particularly challenging or stressful time. Coles Miller Moments allows us to support our clients by giving them a little something to brighten up their day and give them confidence when they need it most.
Coles Miller Solicitors is celebrating two promotions and the arrival of three new trainees.
Coles Miller Dream Machines 2019 ended on a high with an epic season finale on Poole Quay.The final Dream Machines night of the season was marked by the hotly contested Bike of the Year competition sponsored by Coles Miller Solicitors.
Family lawyers from firms across Dorset will be getting expert advice at a training seminar hosted by Coles Miller and 3PB barristers.The aim is to boost best practice in the legal profession – benefiting clients needing help with divorce, separation, children arrangements, mediation and other family law matters.
Coles Miller Solicitors has expanded its team of commercial property lawyers to meet growing demand from across the country.The Commercial Property team is led by Partner Kerry Houston-Kypta: “We are very busy – we are seeing quite a few clients from London,” she said.
As a commercial litigation solicitor, the three words I hear most from clients phoning for help are ‘breach of contract’.Either they haven’t been paid on time (if at all). Or the goods and/or services they were promised haven’t materialised. And the problem needs sorting quickly and cost effectively.
Five charity cyclists from Coles Miller Solicitors will be among the intrepid fundraisers in the forthcoming Macmillan Dorset Bike Ride.Neil Andrews, Laura Hall, Chris Whittle, Nick Balchin and Joe Edwards will be among hundreds taking part in the popular annual ride, which is sponsored by Coles Miller.