Family Law & Residential Conveyancing Solicitors in Chelmsford
The Chelmsford office of Cunningtons Solicitors was founded as Colemans by Brenda Coleman in 1979. The branch has been run by Cunningtons Solicitors since 2001.
The Senior Associate of Cunningtons Solicitors Chelmsford is Louise Paynter, Cunningtons’ specialist matrimonial Solicitor. Louise is a member of Resolution (formerly the Solicitors Family Law Association), the Family Law Panel and a Resolution Mediator. Cunningtons’ Chelmsford branch specialises in residential conveyancing and family law, and they have opened another branch of Cunningtons Solicitors also practising as Colemans in Wickford, specifically to deal with family law.
The Chelmsford office of Cunningtons Solicitors is situated on the New London Road and mainly deals with residential conveyancing in the Chelmsford and mid-Essex area, including Brentwood, Epping, Basildon, Ingatestone and Maldon.
Chelmsford, which began as a Roman settlement, is the county town of Essex, and has just been awarded City status to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee It is situated equi-distant between London and Colchester. The town incorporates the districts of Broomfield, Great Baddow, Springfield and Widford. It is close to Stansed Airport, as well as the towns of Dunmow, Ingatestone and Writtle, and has excellent transport links to London. The town’s cathedral is the second smallest in England, and became a cathedral in 1914. The town is also host to the Essex County Cricket Club
Chelmsford is home to the leading independent Catholic school of New Hall, located in the Tudor palace of Beaulieu, to the grammar schools of Chelmsford County High School and King Edward VI Grammar school, as well as part of the Anglia Ruskin University.