Our new office in Thornbury is now open, bringing all the specialist legal advice you’ll ever need to the heart of another community.
With many of our existing clients already based in the area, Thornbury is a natural location for us and brings to 12 the number of offices we have in and around Bristol, Bath and North East Somerset, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.
What services do we offer?
Our Thornbury team of specialist legal experts provide a full range of legal services to both individuals and business owners.
This includes family law and divorce, Wills, trusts and probate, conveyancing, dispute resolution and personal injury as well as commercial property, insolvency issues and employment for SMEs.
Why choose Wards Solicitors?
Recognised for excellent client service in the latest independent Legal 500 guide, all our solicitors combine expertise with a practical, sensitive and down to earth approach.
We take pride in knowing the local areas and communities in which we work inside out and we take our commitment to clients, many of whom we’ve known for years, extremely seriously.
Where are we in Thornbury?
We are easy to find on Thornbury’s High Street with ample car parking available nearby.
Current Covid restrictions mean we are not able to see clients in person at the moment, but we look forward to welcoming them to the office as soon as the rules allow.
Wards’ Partner and Head of Conveyancing Rebecca Stuart, says: “The opening of our new Thornbury office is an exciting move for Wards Solicitors and continues our drive to bring specialist, one-stop-shop legal advice to the heart of the communities in which we work. Our new office is fantastically placed to serve both individuals and business owners.”
Get in touch
Call us: 01454 204899
Our address is: 41 High Street, Thornbury, BS35 2AR
Wards Solicitors remains open for business during the national lockdown and we are taking on new cases. We are available for video call and telephone meetings but cannot currently offer face to face meetings with clients except in some specific emergency situations and at court hearings.
How to get in touch:
A list of our 12 branches is available here. Our telephones lines are operating as normal behind closed doors.
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