Your local solicitors in Bedlington and Blyth

 
 


QualitySolicitors Lawson and Thompson is a name you know you can trust. Based in Northumberland we provide expert legal advice to both individuals and local businesses. Modern and progressive, QualitySolicitors Lawson and Thompson is part of a national network of law firms dedicated to providing the very best in customer service excellence.

Gaining access to legal advice couldn’t be simpler. We know that many people appreciate talking to someone first before deciding what action to take. Our initial consultation allows you to discuss your matter without the worry of an unexpected bill. Before we start work for you, we promise to be clear on the likely costs so you know what to budget. Keeping in touch is important – so you’ll find we do. If you have a query, you have direct access to your lawyer – not some message taker. And you’ll also find we only use plain and simple words, not legal jargon. The law is complicated enough – we aim to explain everything clearly so you understand.

We have two offices in Northumberland; in Blyth and Bedlington so if you're in need of legal advice contact us for a professional, friendly and efficient service. 

For whatever life brings trust your local law firm - QualitySolicitors Lawson and Thompson.

 

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Why QualitySolicitors Lawson & Thompson?

QualitySolicitors is the largest network of law firms in the UK, with local law firms spanning the whole of England and Wales and customer service at the heart of everything we do.

We are dedicated to providing the highest quality legal advice and expertise for our clients, but in a way that’s far friendlier, more accessible and clear-talking than you might expect from a law firm.


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