The office, which serves a range of clients all throughout Cumbria, from South Lakeland up to the Scottish Borders, has a very strong presence in the regional Property and Construction sector as well as all aspects of dispute resolution.
The arrival of Jan Wright in April 2014 allowed our team of lawyers in Kendal to further their collective expertise in private client matters by providing professional legal advice to high net worth individuals, including family trusts and those in the Farming, Food & Rural Business sector.
Our Kendal solicitors also deal with the administration of estates, such as disputed matters, and advise on Elderly Client issues, including powers of attorney and Court of Protection applications. We also deliver services for our commercial clients in the field of mergers and acquisitions to avoid the need for local clients to travel out of the South Lakeland area.
So if you are looking for a solicitor in Kendal or an experienced property lawyer in Cumbria, get in touch today. We make it possible.
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Harrison Drury & Co Ltd
Bridge Mills, Stramongate
Tel: 01539 628042
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