London Office

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New Broad Street House, 35 New Broad Street, London, EC2M 1NH
T: 0203 949 8290
Opening hours: 9am - 5pm

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Your local London solicitors

Our London office can be found in New Broad Street House, immediately adjacent to Liverpool Street station, and a short distance from Moorgate tube station.

In the heart of the City, our office is close to numerous London landmarks and tourist attractions, including The Gherkin, the Bank of England and the Barbican Centre.

The office is permanently manned, and our clients are welcome to use the meeting rooms and business lounges when in the area. If you would like to arrange a consultation with one of our team, please call 0203 949 8290 to make an appointment.

How can we help?

Our London team offer a wide range of services for both private clients and businesses.

For private individuals, we can offer help and advice on family law, divorce law, residential conveyancing, wills, trusts and estate planning. Our London team of solicitors also specialise in alternate dispute resolution and family mediation.

For London-based companies, our team specialises in commercial law, commercial property, corporate law, employment, restructuring and insolvency and dispute resolution services.

We also specialise in numerous sectors, including advanced manufacturing, agriculture and rural affairs, defence and security, education, construction and engineering, and health and social care.

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