Venters is a well-respected law firm with offices in South London and Reigate, Surrey. The firm was established in 1991 by its Managing Partner June Venters QC.
Venters Solicitors has an established reputation evidenced by their Managing Partner being appointed Queen's Counsel in 2006. This makes her the first and only Woman Solicitor Queen's Counsel in the Country.
The firm's dedicated team of lawyers and case workers specialize in the following areas of law:
Venters Solicitors are highly regarded in all aspects of family law including private and public law proceedings.
Whilst we will always seek to achieve agreement, where possible, if court proceedings are necessary we will always adopt a firm but fair approach, ensuring that our client's interests are advanced and protected.
As members of Resolution; Association for Lawyers and the Law Society Children Panel we are required to observe the highest professional standards.Find out more
Mediation is an alternative method of resolving a dispute. Venters specialize in family and civil mediation. This means that we are qualified to work in cases involving separation, divorce, finance & children matters.
We are also able to mediate in cases involving civil dispute including employment law, neighbour dispute, contract dispute etc.
If disputes are settled outside the courts, solutions are more likely to succeed than when imposed by the Court, it can also be cheaper and quicker.Find out more
Venters are expert in all aspects of criminal law including motoring offences.
We are able to represent you at the investigation stage as well as throughout the court proceedings.
We can accompany you to interviews at the police station or other prosecuting authority offices and at any form of tribunal or court hearing.
The offences can range from minor offences such as speeding and drink drive offences, assaults and breaches of public order to very serious offences such as murder, causing death by dangerous driving; fraud and perverting the course of justice.Find out more
June Venters QC has a high media profile appearing regularly on television and radio. In 1996 the BBC broadcast a documentary about her working life entitled "Law Women." Since then, her views and reactions are sought within the media and on programmes which have included Breakfast Television, News night, ITN/BBC/Channel 4 news, Radio 5, LBC, FLR radio.Find out more