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Lancaster Solicitors: Going strong one year on


It may only have been 12 months, but a lot has happened in that time for Lancaster-based solicitor firm Harrison Drury as the company continues to expand its services into every corner of the North West.

Lancaster was originally chosen as the location for the firm’s fourth, and still most recent, office to serve as a strategic midpoint between existing offices in Garstang and Kendal; helping local businesses with legal advice and creating lasting relationships.

More importantly, the city is home to a vast and diverse business community so the opportunity to offer expertise across numerous business sectors was identified as a key factor in the move.

Associate solicitor and corporate and commercial law expert, Brett Cooper took charge at the new city-centre office upon its opening in January 2014. Originally from Heysham, Brett is a familiar face to many individuals and businesses within the area, dealing with company mergers and acquisitions.

This has since become a hallmark of the Lancaster lawyers’ services as well as making the most of the city’s strong links with the wider property and manufacturing sectors. Harrison Drury has already built up a strong track record with clients based in and around Lancaster as well as stretching out to the coast at Morecambe.

Quite simply, Harrison Drury’s team of property lawyers in Lancaster make it possible for individuals and businesses to access high-quality legal advice from experienced lawyers in Lancaster.

If you are looking for lawyers or solicitors in Lancaster, particularly those who specialise in property law and manufacturing law, call our team today on 01524 548967.


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