Personal legal services in Portsmouth
With offices at 1000 Lakeside, Portsmouth and in Waterlooville, Verisona Law are a local law firm who have been helping people like you for many years. We are a friendly firm and we really pride ourselves in providing the best possible customer service.
Whether you need legal advice to realise your dreams, to protect the people you love or to see you through rougher times, you can count on our knowledge, experience and commitment to get you the results you need.
How can we help you?
We can assist with the following matters:
- Business services
- Buying, selling or remortgaging a property
- Claiming for personal injury or clinical negligence
- Claims for those who suffered historic abuse as a child
- Disputes with third parties
- Divorce and cohabitation advice including pre and post nuptial agreements
- Inheritance claims and disputes
- Employment related advice
- Marine services
- Wills, trusts and probate and protecting your assets
To speak to one of our legal advisers and to find out more about how we can help you, call us today on 023 9298 1000 or send us an enquiry here.
What our clients say about us
“Sue was easy to deal with and offered all options available. Jane was in contact beforehand to tell me what information was needed and Sue was prepared for our meeting. I cannot praise Sue and Jane enough and would have absolutely no hesitation in recommending Sue and her team.”
Employment law for individuals
"We have now received all of the information for the deputyship. We are delighted with the outcome. I would like to take the opportunity to say thank you for your work and support. It was a difficult thing for us due to the circumstances, but you made it easy and that really helped.”
Wills, Trusts & Probate
"Your help in pursuing and fighting my case is greatly appreciated, not by just myself but my whole family. Only through the progression of the case have I found it easier to talk about it and this has helped deal with something I had locked away since the day I left the school. It has allowed me to talk about my experiences far more openly and without the stigma of shame I had felt for so long.”
Historic Child Abuse