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Conveyancing, Divorce, Wills & Probate Solicitors in Maldon

1/3 Gate Street, Maldon, Essex, CM9 5QW

Telephone: 01621 843056 Fax: 01621 858127

We are your local solicitors serving the people of Maldon

 

The Maldon Branch of Kew Law is situated at 1/3 Gate Street, a well known building which for around 300 years has been a solicitors firm, latterly Crick and Freeman Solicitors who closed in early 2010 following the death of Robert Irvine. The Maldon Branch specialises in Residential Conveyancing, Divorce and Family LawDisputes and Litigation and Wills & Probate. Our solicitors offer a fresh approach to Client Care. Our solicitors are accessible and want to provide a truly personal service – we have a large client car park and home visits can be arranged where necessary – this is particularly useful for elderly clients or those with mobility problems.

Our Maldon branch also provides sevices including Commercial Conveyancing, Estate Planning, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Court of Protection, Eldercare, Probate and Estate Administration, Family and Divorce Law, Professional Negligence, Debt Recovery, Employment Law, Disputes and Litigation, Settlement Agreements and Business and Commerce.

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