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About Paul Britton.
At Britton and Time Solicitors, we put successful Dispute Resolution at the forefront of everything we do. How do we do this? By putting the people we act for at the heart of our operation in every single case. The world we live in is increasingly becoming full of individuals who are only out to look after themselves. We work tirelessly to balance our client’s lives and take the stress out of everyday legalities.
I believe strongly in getting results fast and ensuring justice is not only done but is seen to be done. Britton and Time Solicitors is founded on these principles. We represent those who have been legally wronged, pushed to one side without any considerations, or accused of crimes they did not commit. It is for these reasons that I founded Britton and Time Solicitors.
I started my professional career working as a Business Manager for the then FTSE 100 Daily Mail and General Trust. In 2009 I decided to make the change and become a Solicitor.
After graduating as a mature student, I went on to pursue a training contract at a boutique London based litigation firm while undertaking a Master’s degree at the University of Law.
Time and time again, I came up against book smart solicitors who lacked the common sense needed to ensure any litigation is successful. The real world does not care for books. The reality is that it’s ruthless, harsh and unforgiving if you do not get it right first time. It demands lateral thinking, tenacity and pro-activity backed by an academic understanding of the law, not led by it.
I knew there was an opportunity to provide a better service to clients, which is why I set up Britton and Time Solicitors. With all our cases Britton and Time promises a London level of service quality to the commuter belt.
Paul graduated from the University of Law, Guildford in 2014 and has been qualified since 2017. Coming from a multi-legal background, Paul supervises all practice areas at Britton and Time.
Paul works on litigation matters, both civil and criminal, family issues, employment matters and landlord and tenant disputes. He has most recently acted for a client with a complex admiralty court case which crossed with a claim under the Inheritance Act as well as a serious fraud matter.
2015 – Paul was involved in a highly complex, £40 million proceeds of crime case involving multi jurisdictional issues as well as seized goods, frozen accounts and assets.
2016 – Paul acted for a client in the well-publicised case of Powell v Thomas.
2017 – Paul acted for an international client regarding a contractual interest in property which dated back several years.
2018 – Paul was instructed to act in a complex Admiralty Court case (Queens Bench Division) which crossed with a claim under the Inheritance Act in the Property, Trust and Probate Court (Chancery Division).
2019 – Paul acted for an elderly client who had been subjected to a sophisticated fraud and undue-influence by her then accountant.
2020 – Paul acted for and successfully defended a client who was accused of crimes under the Proceeds of Crime Act.
Three things make Paul stand apart from other solicitors: knowledge, communication and a will to win.
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