Finding solicitors in Cornwall

There are a variety of small and medium-sized law firms in Cornwall. Solicitors working in these firms provide a range of legal services. Law firms in Cornwall specialise in areas of law for the individual, such as employment, wills and probate, conveyancing and family law. Essentially, they offer legal advice in all areas law that may be relevant for residents in the area.

There are, however, some medium-sized law firms that offer legal advice to local businesses in Cornwall. Solicitors working at such firms can offer advice on commercial and corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, and banking and finance.

If you require preliminary legal advice and cannot afford a private solicitor it may be worth visiting your local Citizens Advice Bureau (‘CAB’) in Cornwall. Solicitors do not generally work in CABs but do in some instances train some of the advisers. The address of the CAB in Cornwall is Shire Hall, Mount Folly Square, Bodmin, Cornwall. It should be stressed that CABs are limited in terms of the amount of advice and assistance they can provide; unless the assistance you need is very minimal, in most cases it is best to instruct a specialist solicitor who can take full control of your case.

Some law firms in Cornwall are able to offer eligible clients free legal advice and assistance through legal aid. If you are not eligible for legal aid, there may be alternative ways to pay for legal advice; a solicitor can discuss costs and funding options with you at the outset.

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