Rameez Dar, Principal/Director Solicitor

Rameez Dar, Principal/Director Solicitor


Rameez Dar, a highly skilled lawyer with extensive expertise in a wide range of legal matters holds the position of Director at Trojan Solicitors. With over a decade of focused work in Family and Immigration matters, Rameez has played a pivotal role in the firm’s expansion and established a strong reputation for delivering expectational advice and services ever since the firm’s inception in 2019. He qualified as a Solicitor-Advocate in 2017 following which he regularly appears before Immigration Tribunals and Family Courts. He is well-known for his strategic mindset and aptitude for quickly identifying and resolving complex cases. With clients spanning across the country and abroad, Rameez provides personalised and tailored services, prioritizing the specific needs and goals of each individual client.
Rameez is dedicated to upholding elevated levels of case preparation and consistently achieves outstanding outcomes for clients by diligently and efficiently carrying out his work.

He possesses extensive knowledge and proficiency in a diverse array of legal areas with expertise in:

• Immigration & Asylum
• Civil Litigation
• Family Law
• Employment Law
• Leasehold Disputes
• Landlord & Tenant Disputes


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In view of the current situation relating to coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to help to protect the health of ALL our clients and solicitors, as a result our office is currently closed until further notice.

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