Cunningtons LLP: Your Lawyers for Life
Throughout our lives there are times when we all need a solicitor. From buying a house and having a family right through to making a will and the bumps in between, your solicitor gives you the legal help that will keep you and yours safe. Cunningtons LLP provide all the legal services you need through our network of branches across England.
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Our specialist Employment Law department assists employers and employees with all aspects of work from contracts, fairness, dismissals and much more. We offer a range of advice, from initial consultations to full representation.
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Mo and his team did an excellent job for us. he was patient and professional at all times.
Bryony was very helpful and generous with her knowledge. We very much felt she understood our needs and concerns and gave us advice accordingly.
Kate and her team were fantastic. All issues were dealt with promptly and we were informed all the way through. this is the second time we have used Kate's team at Wickford.
Paul & Lindsey are fantistic! Extremely knowledgeable and efficient. I'm always recommending you and just wish that my buyers/sellers used you as well!
Great company! That's why I am using again! I have also recommended and new client has also instructed. Kate Hunt has been exceptional!
Cunningtons LLP in Great Square and Tofts Walk in Braintree, Essex, is the head office for Cunningtons Solicitors across the UK. Established in 1748, the Braintree head office in Great Square is still in its original offices. This amounts to almost 300 years of Experience and Tradition.
The Brighton & Hove office of the firm Cunningtons LLP was opened on 1 April 2014 by Cunningtons Senior partner Jason Bradshaw, and is located on Duke Street in Central Brighton. The office specialises in residential conveyancing in Brighton and Sussex, and also provides you with access to a range of other legal services through our branch network.
If you are selling your home, buying a new home, or simply remortgaging your existing home, our firm of residential conveyancing solicitors make sure that all the legal aspects are taken care of. To find out how much conveyancing will cost, click here:
The Chelmsford office of Cunningtons LLP was founded as Colemans Solicitors by Brenda Coleman in 1979. Colemans was incorporated with Cunningtons Solicitors in 2001.
Cunningtons’ Chelmsford branch specialises in residential conveyancing and family law.The Chelmsford office of Cunningtons LLP is situated on New London Road and deals with residential conveyancing in the Chelmsford and mid-Essex area, including Brentwood, Epping, Basildon, Ingatestone and Maldon.
The Croydon branch of Cunningtons LLP was opened in January 1995, and specialises in residential conveyancing and commercial property issues.
Jason Bradshaw, who was based at the Croydon office when he joined the firm, is the Partner with overall responsibility.
Nicholas Brothers joined Cunningtons Solicitors as a Senior Associate in 2006 and is based at Croydon. Nicholas is Cunningtons’ specialist commercial property solicitor.
The Ilford office of Cunningtons LLP was opened in October 1994 by Cunningtons Partner John Simpkin who has only just retired from the firm after more than 20 years of service to our clients. However he will still be acting as a consultant and so his much valued experience will still benefit our clients. Mohammed Moula is now the Partner with responsibility for the office. The office is conveniently located in Cranbrook Road on the northern outskirts of Ilford Town Centre within easy reach of the M11 and A406 North Circular. The office is also within a few minutes walk of the main shopping area, Ilford station and bus routes. The area is served by the London Underground Central Line in the north at Redbridge, Gants Hill and Newbury Park. There is also metered parking in both Cranbook Road and Beal Road within a very short distance of the office.
The Solihull branch of Cunningtons LLP was established in July 1994, and is now run by managing partner Aymer Hutton. Aymer is a specialist residential conveyancing solicitor, and became a partner of Cunningtons Solicitors in 2001.
The Solihull branch of Cunningtons LLP deals mainly with residential conveyancing enquiries, covering a large area of the country including Birmingham, East and West Midlands, Wales, Leicestershire, Warwickshire, Coventry, West Bromwich and Wolverhampton. The Cunningtons Solicitors Solihull branch also works closely with other Cunningtons branches so they can offer the full range of Cunningtons’ services to our clients, with dedicated specialists in matrimonial law, personal injury, wills and probate, litigation, immigration and commerial property.
Cunningtons LLP’s Wickford Office was opened in 1989 by Cunningtons LLP Managing Partner Paul Fenton and is located on London Road in Wickford. The office specialises in residential conveyancing.
Cunningtons LLP Wickford offers a dedicated and personalised residential conveyancing service for the local community. Cunningtons Solicitors Wickford believes in the traditional approach of an office based around the personal touch with each client telephone call being answered by the solicitor or secretary. The modern benefits of the technological world prevail in the methods we employ to gain information upon properties. The internet is utilised to request information from the Land Registry and the search results upon properties are e mailed to each solicitor to save any unnecessary postal delay. Clients regularly comment on the friendliness and efficiency of the service.
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