What we offer

We offer a wide range of legal services, no matter how complex the legal issue is, our primary objective is to work very closely with you and deliver the best outcome possible. We are specialist in all the legal services we provide and offer over a decade of industry experience. We are extremely confident we can help you.

Business Law Practice

The firm is proud to be part of Lawyers for Your Business, a Law Society scheme that offers small businesses a free 30 minute initial consultation on relevant legal matters. Please contact us to find out more about this service. We advise clients on a case-by-case basis. Stella Maris Solicitors LLP also offers a comprehensive in-house legal service to clients. This has proven to be an effective solution for clients who wish to benefit from regular advice on legal matters relating to their business.

Based in the City of Swindon, South West of England Stella Maris Solicitors LLP is well placed in assisting businesses in their commercial matters. The firm has considerable expertise in enabling entrepreneurial clients turn their ideas into successful businesses.

What We Do In Business
  • Contract
  • Company structures and formation
  • Ordinary and special shareholders resolutions
  • Intellectual Property (including trademarks and patents)
  • Business and share acquisitions
  • Partnerships
  • Shareholder agreements
  • Director’s service contracts
  • Articles of associations (adopted)
  • Certification service

Family Law

Our Family law team offer specialist services to people who are going through divorce and separation issues, marriage and relationship breakdowns plus children matters. Our breadth of experience enables us to offer a wide range of skills to meet your personal circumstances.

Our team of expert based in Swindon can advise, file and represent your family law matters, such as Non-Molestation Order and Occupation Order, Child Contact Order, Financial Arrangement Order, Prohibited Steps Order, Residence Order and Divorce application to the Family Court.

Criminal Law

The Crime department offer assistance 24 hours a day by providing help to those who are under arrest in Police Stations and appearing in Magistrates court in all matters throughout in England and Wales. We have a dedicated barrister to represent you at all Courts. We accept instructions on a private basis and at a reasonable rate.

If you have been charged or summoned by the police, do not worry, contact us immediately for professional advice and assistance.
Our Criminal law solicitors will advise you with regards to:

  • Summary offences such as Common assault , S4 Public Order offence, Taking a conveyance, Driving without insurance and other driving offences.
  • Either way offences such as Theft, Burglary ,Wounding/ inflicting GBH, Aggravated Vehicle Taking, Dangerous driving.
  • Indictable offences such as Robbery, Rape, Murder and Manslaughter.

Employment Law

We are Employment Law Solicitors based in Swindon. We can advise you with:

  • Settlement Agreement
  • Unfair Dismissal
  • Constructive Dismissal
  • Wrongful dismissal
  • TUPE
  • Redundancy
  • Health and Safety matter at work
  • Direct and indirect discrimination
  • Drafting Employment Contract and so on.

    We can also advise on all issues regarding Furlough.

Housing Law

Our team of Housing Law Solicitors will advise you with regards to evicting your tenants, section 21 notice to quit, rent arrears, repossession, unlawful eviction, homelessness, and breach of tenancy.

Civil Litigation

Our specialist lawyers represent our clients for various proceedings such as pretrial hearings, arbitration, and mediation in conjunction with specialists Barristers. We are committed to getting the result you want from your litigation case, we work for you to get the compensation and results that you deserve.


We are expert Immigration Solicitors based in Swindon and can advise and represent your complex immigration matter at every stage from Home Office, First tier immigration tribunals, Upper tribunal, High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court.

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Wills and Trust Practice

Nearly 70% of us do not have a Will in place. Making a Will creates certainty, reduces worry and gives you peace of mind. The absence of a Will can mean instructions on how your estate should be dealt with are unclear and lack legal standing. This can lead to disputes over property, possessions and finances after your death. Making a Will is usually the first step to take in structuring your affairs in order to minimise your liability for inheritance tax. We review your situation and advise you how best to plan for the future.