Burke Niazi Solicitors

During times of personal difficulties, we strive to provide you with excellent legal advice and support to ensure a swift resolution to your concerns.

Coronavirus: supporting our clients through challenging times

We confirm that Burke Niazi will remain open for business notwithstanding the Coronavirus.


Our solicitors and legal support staff are still available to you. We can assure you we are continuing to deal with your legal matter and we welcome new client enquiries.


Our teams will endeavour to respond promptly to any questions or queries you may have regarding your legal matter.

• Our solicitors and staff will work remotely where possible.
• We will organise conferences and meetings via telephone or Skype.
• Our solicitors can access your files remotely and importantly securely.

We are contactable on the usual office numbers 020 7263 7887 (Holloway) and 020 8613 7900 (Catford) between 9am to 5.30pm on weekdays or by email. Our general email address is enquiries@burkeniazi.com


Our out of hours contact numbers are:-
For the mental health department please call 07966 482008 or 07966 787311
For the family department please call 07966 787312
For the housing, community care or Court of Protection departments please call 07597 368285

For the safety of our clients and staff our office in Holloway is open to clients and third parties by prior appointment only. Our office in Catford is not open to clients or third parties.

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New divorce laws are aiming to achieve a faster process while ending the hostility and blaming between couples.

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Government pledges to reintroduce new Domestic Abuse Bill

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Boris Johnson has promised the introduction of domestic abuse legislation that would offer further protection for victims. The Domestic Abuse Bill would place a legal obligation on council’s to seek secure housing for victims and their children who are fleeing an abusive relationship.

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Mental incapacity and the best interests of patients: the tension between bodily autonomy and medical opinion

September 19th, 2019

Mr Justice Hayden, sitting in the Court of Protection earlier this month, ruled that doctors could perform a caesarean section on a patient with previous mental health issues if she were to become agitated and subsequently lose mental capacity during labour.

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