Solicitors for Marlborough, also covering, Hungerford, Pewsey and surrounding towns
Marlborough Law is an established law firm based in Marlborough Town and provides expert litigation, dispute resolution, family and divorce, serious and catastrophic injury, employment and emplyee disputes and wills and probate legal services in Wiltshire and South.Berkshire
We are a small, practice, located in Wiltshire, genuinely enthusiastic about building good, long term, working relationships within the local communities. All our solicitors are fully qualified and locally trained to understand the needs of rural communities and small towns. We operate out of offices in; Marlborough, Hungerford and Pewsey.
We have solicitors available for interviewing clients covering: Hungerford, Pewsey, Newbury, Swindon, Ramsbury, Aldbourne, Lambourne, Burbage, Bedwin, Collingbourne, Chiseldon and Broad Hinton,
Our Solicitors listen with genuine care and a minimum of legal jargon. We approache a legal problem from a practical point of view using common sense, understanding, thoughtfulness and business awareness. The practice is managed by well experienced and mature business people and ensure that from the moment the client walks through the door of the office our legal team of will endeavour to meets the client’s objectives with the minimum amount of fuss, the maximum of skill, and the minimum of expense. We give 30 minutes free initial consultation and we ask for no upfront costs on account. Unlike most Solicitors we only invoice for acceptable work done.
Our firm of Solicitors in is a BSB (Bar Standards Board” Entity and regulated by the SRA Solicitors Regulation Authority. BSB entities required an open and transparent approach to all facets of the legal profession.
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Marlborough Law Ltd. BSB Entity Reference Number – 169285 www.barstandardsboard.org.uk
Marlborough Law SRA ID: 644548. www.sra.org.uk/
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Resolution is a community of family justice professionals who work with families and individuals to resolve issues in
a constructive way.
Resolution members follow a Code of Practice that promotes a constructive approach to family issues and
considers the needs of the whole family, in particular the best interests of children.