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Conveyancing, Divorce, Wills & Probate Solicitors in Burnham on Crouch

34 High Street, Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex, CM0 8AA

Telephone: 01621 784838 Fax: 01621 782210

We are your local solicitors serving the people of Burnham

 

The Burnham-on-Crouch Branch of Kew Law is situated at 36 High Street. Having incorporated Harvey Escott & Co in June 2011 Kew Law continues to provide the local community with a service built on high standards, professionalism and approachability.

We remain a small and friendly office holding traditional values but benefit from the support gained by being one of nine other offices that Kew Law have in Essex. Our continued investment in modern technology means that we are able to offer an extensive, effective and efficient service to our clients.

We recognise our clients are individuals and that each case needs to be treated on a purely individual basis. Every case is different and our team is wholly able to adapt speedily to challenging situations. Kew Law offers a fresh approach to Client Care. Our solicitors are accessible and want to provide a truly personal service – home visits can be arranged where necessary – this is particularly useful for elderly clients or those with mobility problems. The Burnham conveyancing department is run by Patrick Smith, Solicitor, who deals with both Commercial and Residential matters. Patrick qualified in 1975 and has wide experience in legal matters.

The Burnham-on-Crouch branch offers services including Residential Conveyancing, Commercial Conveyancing, Wills and Estate Planning, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Court of Protection, Eldercare, Probate and Estate Administration, Family and Divorce, Professional Negligence, Debt Recovery, Employment Law, Disputes and LitigationSettlement Agreements and Business and Commerce.

To make an appointment contact us here or call 01621 784838.

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