Gambian Lawyer & Attorney
Gambian Legal Advice: 00 220 437 2522

Solie Law Chambers

P..O. Box 1783, Banjul
2nd Street East,
Fajara "M" Section
The Gambia, West Africa

Tel: +220 437 2522
Cell: +220 799 0419

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Free Legal Advice

If you have a legal problem in Gambia and would like a lawyer, solicitor or barrister to represent you, please telephone, email or write.

Our lawyers are happy to provide brief preliminary legal advice on any investment, business or personal legal problems you may have in The Gambia


Solie Law Chambers

Our commitment to quality and service is absolute. Continuous improvements through training, investment in new technology and individual development benefits our Clients by providing consistent quality and value.

We believe that our Clients deserve the best in terms of service and legal advice.  Solie Law provide this with a high level of commitment throughout the firm.

If you have a legal problem in The Gambia and would like a lawyer, solicitor or barrister to represent you, please telephone, email or write.

Lawyers, Attorneys, Barristers & Solicitors in Gambia

In addition to checking and advising you on the terms of any legal contract in The Gambia. Solie Law can also negotiate any amendments with the other party.

From matrimonial or family affairs to matters of property, dispute resolution, inheritance tax and estate planning, our lawyers work with you to ensure that issues are dealt with as swiftly, amicably and as economically as possible.

Solie Law provide personal and corporate tax advice to private individuals, businesses and companies in The Gambia with actual or potential tax problems, back taxes, tax debts or tax liabilities

Working with established businesses of all shapes and sizes in The Gambia, our commercial lawyers provide advice on a wide range of commercial and corporate arrangements - from employment to finance, disputes and arbitration to commercial property matters, planning issues, technology and media.

Lawyers in The Gambia

Corporate Attorneys, Lawyers, Barristers & Solicitors
Corporate Lawyers in Gambia: Solie Law Chambers are commercial & corporate attorneys, lawyers, barristers & solicitors offering legal services to business & companies in The Gambia,
Setting Up A Business
Land & Property in Gambia: Legal advice on buying, selling, renting or leasing holiday apartments, retirement homes, investments, developments, building land & compounds in The Gambia
Free Legal Advice In Gambia
Divorce & Marriage Break Up: Solie Law are divorce law, family & childcare lawyers specialising in maintenance provision, child care, access and visitation rights, child abduction, ets
Business Problems & Commercial Disputes
Commercial Litigation: We aim to prevent litigation by working to resolve business problems and commercial disputes and avoid expensive and time consuming court cases in The Gambia
Setting Up A Business
Setting Up A Business: Legal advice on starting a company, the management & administration of the company’s affairs, taxation, service contracts and the liabilities of the company and its directors
Debt Collection & Recovery
Debt Collection & Recovery: Solie Law offer business debt advice and can issue legal proceedings for the collection and recovery of bad business debts in the Civil Courts of The Gambia

Legal Services in The Gambia

Solie Law advise individuals, partners, companies and lenders wishing to form, finance or invest in a new start up company or to transfer their existing business to a company. Our lawyers can set up new companies for you together with a bank account and the necessary registration. We also advise well established companies on company law, procedure and company secretarial matters in The Gambia

We recommend that you contact us as soon as possible after you have decided to embark upon your residential or commercial property sale or investment.

A great deal of our business comes from other professionals – Lawyers, Accountants, Banks, Financial Advisers etc.  This is because many recognise that they do not have the expertise to give legal advice in The Gambia.