At Harrison Drury we have a team of vastly experienced, friendly lawyers on hand to help you with your legal requirements, whatever they may be.
Our clients have access to a full range of legal services, including specialist advice on mergers and acquisitions, employment law, divorce and family law and dispute resolutions. The lawyers at Harrison Drury in Lancaster are also experienced in various property and manufacturing legalities, helping to support the continued growth of these industries in the Lancaster area.
Our Lancaster solicitor’s office covers both sides of the M6 corridor between our Garstang and Kendal offices, as well as all clients based in Lancaster, Morecambe and throughout north Lancashire.
The Lancaster office is located just a two minute walk from the train station, directly opposite the iconic Lancaster Castle, with ample city centre parking also located nearby. This convenient location makes it possible for clients to visit by rail or road.
Our specialist team are waiting to help you, so if you require a solicitor in Lancaster please get in touch today. We make it possible.
Harrison Drury & Co Ltd
21 Castle Hill
Tel: 01524 548967
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