The SKB Law Academy We’re thrilled to launch the SKB Law Academy – our exciting new leadership platform for future leaders. In addition to in-house training for the SKB Law team, The Academy will prepare more young people for the world of work. Over the last ten years, the firm’s Managing Partner Sarah Khan-Bashir MBE…

We’ve got some exciting news! From March 2019, the firm’s name will change from Shire Solicitors to SKB Law. It’s still us, but over the next few months, you’ll notice some changes. A fresh new logo. New colours. New contact details.  The new identity will reflect our three key areas of work: Family Law Specialists…

Many Muslim women in Britain are unaware that their marriages aren’t legally recognised.  Our Managing Partner, Sarah Khan-Bashir MBE explains how women can secure their legal rights in Channel 4’s documentary The Truth About Muslim Marriage. Watch it here: https://www.channel4.com/programmes/the-truth-about-muslim-marriage

It can be difficult to understand what to do next when you’ve reached the decision to divorce. Our step by step guide helps you understand the process, and how long it can take. We highly recommend that you seek legal advice to protect yourself and your family. You will usually only need to visit our office…

SKB Law Academy partners with  Yorkshire Building Society to equip students with employability skills. The below article originally appeared in the Telegraph & Argus on 26 March 2018.  Students in Bradford are being equipped with the key skills to thrive in the workplace through a pioneering programme with Yorkshire Building Society. The Unwritten Rules programme run…

Your handy guide to changing your name – adults and children. How long does it take for a Change of Name Deed? The Deed can be prepared very quickly if required. SKB Law are able to prepare a Deed within a week. Contact the family line team on 01274 727373 I want to change my child’s surname, can I?…

Since the referendum, there has been confusion about the rights of EU Nationals in the UK. EU Nationals become an initial qualified person by exercising their treaty rights in the UK through employment, self -employment, as a jobseeker for six months, studying in the UK or being economically self-sufficient. The last 2 categories require Comprehensive…

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