Wace Morgan Solicitors
  • 21 St. Mary's Street, Shrewsbury, Shropshire
    SY1 1ED
Wace Morgan Solicitors; expert legal advice from offices in Shrewsbury and Newtown.

Wace Morgan Solicitors of Shrewsbury has been providing expert legal services to both businesses and individuals for over 200 years. With a large number of clients across Shropshire and Mid Wales, their legal practice continues to grow through a combination of Personal Attention and Professionalism.

Experienced Solicitors in Shrewsbury for a comprehensive range of legal services


  • Agriculture & Commercial
  • Commercial & General Litigation
  • Debt Recovery
  • Elderly Client & Funding of Long Term Care
  • Employment
  • Family & Mediation
  • Personal Injury
  • Residential Property
  • Wills, Trusts, IHT & Probate


From specialist will writing and estate planning to conveyancing and personal injury claims, Wace Morgan Solicitors has the team in place to help you. Shropshire clients can visit one of their offices in Shrewsbury or Newtown.

Developing new initiatives continues to be a key focus of Wace Morgan, such as their 24-hour domestic violence helpline (07823 777774)



Shrewsbury Litigation Specialists

The Wace Morgan litigation team is based in Shrewsbury. Their wide scope of work includes debt recovery, employment contracts, professional negligence, partnership / business issues, bullying at work and road traffic accidents.

For a cost effective, responsive debt recovery service, contact Glenda Hammond on 01743 266865.


"Thank your for your prompt and professional advice - I would have no hesitation in recommending your services."



To find out why people are happy to recommend Wace Morgan Solicitors, please call 01743 280100. Further information and contact details are available through their new legal website, which can be accessed by clicking on the weblink at the top right.


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