About Us

Our History

A high-street firm in the West End of London, Moss Beachley Mullem & Coleman has been serving the local community for over 40 years.

Previous founding partners of our firm were appointed Judges. Ron Moss left the firm in 1984 to become a District Judge at the Magistrates Court. He was later appointed a Crown Court Judge. Margot Coleman was also appointed a District Judge.

We began as a general practice with a heavy emphasis on Legal Aid. The commitment to publicly funded work remains strong, though the focus is now on two main areas of law, housing and family.


Family Law includes domestic violence cases. We offer free advice on domestic violence at weekly clinics at local police stations. Emergency injunctions to protect the victims of such abuse and the children caught up in it can be obtained in hours. We also act in child care cases where the local council is involved. We may advise and represent the child, the guardian, the parents or other relatives. One of our Family Law experts is a nationally elected Law Society council representative for child care law, and also serves on the Family, Children and Access to Justice Committees. She is experienced in matters of adoption, forced marriage and international child abduction. Much of the advocacy in court is done in-house as a further reassurance to the client.


In Housing Law we usually act for the tenant, often protecting their rights against landlords who may have locked them out, or begun harassing them in other ways. We intervene in disputes arising from the exact nature of the client’s tenancy. In homelessness cases, we argue the client’s case against local authorities who deny that they have a duty to provide suitable accommodation. Our Housing Law experts have years of experience and a good track record in winning for our clients.

Within the practice there is also a great deal of expertise in the areas of Commercial and Residential Property, Company Law and Wills and Probate. Your house purchase or your probate will be handled professionally and at very competitive rates.


Alan Mullem Qualified Solicitor – Family, Housing and General Litigation, Wills, Probate, Conveyancing and Company work

Ms Mine Oguz – Qualified in 1998 and specialises in Family and Housing matters. Mine Oguz graduated from the London School of Economics in 1994 and qualified as a solicitor in 1998. She completed her training and became the only female and youngest salaried partner in the firm at the time. Mine moved to Central London firms continuing to specialise in family and housing cases then moved to Dubai for 5 years returning to the UK in 2013 to resume practice as a senior solicitor. Mine specialises in all areas of Family Law to include domestic abuse, private and public children act cases, divorce and nullity, high and low net worth financial matters for married and cohabiting couples. Mine also specialises in all areas of Housing law with a particular emphasis on the Homelessness Act.

Legal Aid
Legal aid is means- based. If your income & savings or assets don’t reach certain limits then you may be entitled to legal advice & representation, paid for in whole or in part by the Legal Aid Agency. Please contact us for further information or to see if we can assist.



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MELODIE Melodie Hyams, Communications Officer

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We are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA ID 560660). We practice through Moss Beachley Mullem & Coleman Limited, a Company registered in England and Wales with registration number 07637446. A list of our directors and their professional qualifications is open to inspection at our registered office 37 Crawford Street, London, England, W1H 1HA We operate in accordance with a code of conduct and other regulations contained with the Standards and Regulations. For further information or to see a copy of the Handbook, please visit www.sra.org.uk.

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