With one of the county’s largest commercial property teams, we make it possible for you to keep your project on time and on budget.
Our Experienced Home, Family and Private Client teams are here to guide you through life’s many twists and turns…
We attract talented, dedicated solicitors and experts so that we can make it possible for you and your business.
We make it possible to navigate your future, offering specialist legal advice and putting you in control.
Whatever the circumstances, our solicitors make it possible for you to take charge of your future.
How we make it possible
Harrison Drury are award-winning solicitors with a unique approach that centres on making it possible for our clients.
We look at every situation with a client hat on. We listen, we understand and we pull out all the stops to get the right results, whether it is a commercial or personal matter. Our track record has made Harrison Drury a leading choice of solicitors for business, family, divorce and private clients across the region. We also strive to be an employer of choice, giving our clients access to passionate, talented advisers, and our people an enjoyable and rewarding career.
We make it possible by…
“Having a culture that challenges the conventional law firm approach and focuses our energy on getting results for clients, while attracting and developing brilliant people”
Making it possible for your business.
We have built our reputation on understanding our client’s needs. Providing more than simple legal advice, we understand the market you operate in and the pressures you face. We work with our team to develop specialist sector expertise in the following areas:
Our knowledge is your strength
Our expert team of solicitors and legal experts produce regular resources and updates to help you keep up-to-date with the latest information
What does the new digital land register mean for conveyancing?
With the first digital mortgage emerging in April and the introduction of HM Land Registry’s new digital Local Land Charges Register. Harrison Drury Solicitor, Hannah Hughes, looks at what affect…01/08/18
Why lease renewals shouldn’t be left to the last minute
Property litigation lawyer, Hayley Bamber, examines a case which considered the implications of seeking to amend a lease renewal claim after the expiry of the statutory s26 notice period provided…27/07/18
Mills v Mills – Maintenance payments after divorce
It’s an interesting time in the field of family law. We recently discussed the case of Owens v Owens in the supreme court, and now we have seen the case…26/07/18
Getting your commercial properties ready for new EPC Regulations
With new Energy Performance Certificate Regulations looming from 1 April 2020, property lawyer Allan Sumner looks at what landlords must do to get their properties ready. The minimum EPC standard…24/07/18
A guide to retirement planning for business owners
Eve Carter, head of private client at Harrison Drury, outlines the key five areas that business owners need to address when doing their retirement planning. Like most things in life,…
What should go in my business terms and conditions?
Jack Stephenson, solicitor in the corporate team at Harrison Drury solicitors, offers a simple guide to what should be in a business’ standard terms and conditions. Standard terms and conditions…10/07/18
Harrison Drury strengthens team with trio of new appointments
Harrison Drury has made three new hires across the Preston and Clitheroe offices. Family solicitor Helen Maguire joins the firm’s Clitheroe office as an associate after 12 years with firms…09/07/18