Find the best Solicitors in Brighton and Hove as recommended by local Brighton and Hove people in thebestof Brighton and Hove's Solicitors directory.
Dakers Solicitors in center of Brighton are a well established, friendly, expert and efficient solicitors offering a wide range of personal and commercial legal services. They have served the Brighton and Hove area as solicitors for over 30 years. They are conveniently situated in the centre of Brighton, Queens place, by Saint Peters Church.
Melanie J said
Melanie J and family recommend this firm highly. We use them for conveyancing, wills and business matters and find all are helpful and patient, and always act in our best interests. Never hesitate to recommend to family, friends and clients
Crosby and Woods are a solicitors with some of the most comprehensive range of services in the Brighton and Hove area. They can offer to clients a conveyancing service, advice on family and property law,notarial services, will writing service and assistance in making medical negligence and personal injury claims.read more
P B Law - Solicitors serving Brighton and Hove and offering a wide range of legal services. A well-established, independent firm of Solicitors located in Southwick and within easy reach of Brighton and Hove, with cheap parking available. Also taking on coutrywide clients for legal services via the website.
E B said
Easy, pleasant service. Everything made very clean. No fuss. No wasted words - brilliant!
T: 01273 796 076
Having issues with employment law, housing law or community care law? martin searle solicitors is a firm of expert lawyers dedicated to providing the best legal services in Brighton and Hove. Youâll find us approachable, efficient and good value for money and we will do our level best to make the whole process as stress-free as possible. Contact us now to explore your options.
John R said
I wanted to say how much I personally appreciated the service you provided for my dad. Itâs a difficult process, and I thought you handled it with real humanity: not something usually associated with legal matters.