Harrison Drury has a proud tradition of serving private clients with a reputation for extensive expertise and a breadth of experience in acting for individuals, business owners, company directors of SMEs and professionals.
Our aim is firstly to discuss your requirements and comprehensively advise you to prevent legal problems arising by ensuring your personal legal documentation in respect of your home and family life are up-to-date and cover every possible eventuality.
Our home and family lawyers are here to guide you through the process – explaining everything in detail along the way with a professional and proactive approach. We have a team of divorce lawyers to provide family legal advice for family disputes, wills and probate solicitors to help you with the death of a relative and mortgage solicitors to guide you through the process of buying a home.
Services we provide within the home and family law sector include:
Wills and Probate Law
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