Wadsworths Solicitors Warwick
We opened our Warwick Office in April 2020 following our merger with established Family Law firm Duncan Watts.
Situated in the heart of Warwick Town Centre in Market Place, the two companies aligned perfectly, sharing similar client centric philosophies together with a high standard of client care.
Together, the firms’ exceptional reputation and Duncan Watt’s long history in the town has enabled us to attract a variety of clients, all of whom are looking for advice from an experienced and efficient team.
We hold ourselves to the highest standards of professional service and consider there is nothing more important than ensuring our clients are satisfied with the service that they receive.
We always act with the best interests of our clients at the forefront of our minds and where particular work demands it, will be tenacious and determined in ensuring that we achieve the outcomes sought.
How can Wadsworths help you
From first time buyers to property developers, we have years of experience acting for a wide range of buyers and sellers. We are experts in both the field of property law and also the local property market.
Assisting our clients to get LPAs in place setting out their wishes regarding their finances and health and wellbeing in the event they lose capacity for any reason in the future.
Losing a loved one is always a very traumatic experience.
We aim to ease the stress and burden of Estate Administration during this difficult time, assisting our clients with as much or as little help as they require.
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