We are a firm of solicitors based in Norwich providing a wide range of legal services to private individuals and businesses.
Our leading practice has operated from its convenient city centre premises for over a century, during which time we have built our reputation for honesty, integrity and excellent standards of service.
No matter what your requirement for legal assistance, our goal is to understand your personal situation, provide you with a cost effective, clear solution and deliver with our usual exceptional customer service.
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Buying a Home?
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I am a property developer. I recently purchased and renovated a property and now wish to sell the property on. My solicitor informs me that a buyer who requires a mortgage may not be able to obtain one, as I have not owned the property for six months yet. Why can a potential buyer not obtain a mortgage?Read more
Partner Michelle Collins, head of our Wills, Probate & Estate Planning team, takes a brief look at the things you need to consider if you want to make a Will.Read more
The sources of damaging rumours on the Internet can be enormously difficult to track down. However, in one case, an American tour operator managed to do so and, with the assistance of British...
In a case which underlined the importance of high-calibre conveyancing, residents of a 17th century mansion which had been partitioned into smaller dwellings ended up in dispute a generation later...