Your local solicitors in Blyth
What is the Law Shop?
The Law Shop is a friendly place where you can pop in at your convenience for a free chat with a lawyer, or to get some initial legal advice in the privacy of a consulting room, and all with no obligation to take things further.
Or, if you’re still at the ‘information gathering’ stage – then why not call in and browse through our touchscreen information points, or choose from a selection of free information packs to take away and read when you get home?
Basically, if you have any queries about what a lawyer could do for you, then a quick visit to the Law Shop will answer them for free. We’re sure you’ll feel more well-informed after visiting us!
Solicitors in Blyth with a fixed fee service
We offer a fixed fee service to make sure you know just where you stand with legal costs and what can be done as well as “no win, no fee” agreements for personal injury
We provide free law clinics in Blyth
We hold regular Free Probate Clinic for wills and probate matters every Wednesday afternoon from 1pm to 5pm with a specialist probate solicitor and once again you don’t need an appointment. It’s free, so come along and get answers to any questions you might have about probate.
For personal injury claims, or employment law related matters call in at the shop for advice. There’s no need for an appointment – call in for a free opening chat about your matter so we can clearly explain what we can do for you.
How to find us in Blyth
Coming by car? We are on the corner of Regent Street at the Market Place just a few steps away from Keel Row shopping centre where there’s plenty of free parking.
Coming by bus? The main bus station is just outside Keel Row shopping centre and we are a very short walk away through the shopping centre and just outside the Market Place exit/entrance.
For specific directions to us, hover over our location on the map below and enter your postcode in the box that appears. A route will then be calculated for you using Google Maps.
Disabled access is available at the Law Shop in Blyth, or alternatively if it’s easier a home visit can be arranged by request.