Solicitors in Southampton

Southampton is one of the largest commercial ports in Europe. The city is also the base for a number of high profile companies including Ordnance Survey and the Ford Transit factory. Southampton is also well known for its association with the Titanic, which sailed from the city on April10 1912.

Southampton University is one of the main educational centres in the UK. The University’s School of Law is a major centre for law training. With the city’s long association with the maritime industry, many of the specialist solicitors that handle maritime law are based in Southampton. If you have a legal issue that is linked to maritime law, solicitors in Southampton will have detailed knowledge and experience of this section of civil law.

Solicitors in Southampton can also offer advice on:

  • family law
  • employment law
  • commercial and residential conveyancing
  • wills and probate

Two courts serve the city. The first is the Southampton Combined Court. You can find the court at:

The Courts of Justice
London Road
SO15 2XQ
Main switchboard: 02380 213 200

For all civil cases, Southampton also has a magistrates’ court. This will hear all civil cases including those involving family law. You can find the court at:

Southampton Magistrates’ Court
100 The Avenue
SO17 1EY
Main switchboard: 02380 384 200

If you need initial legal advice, especially about legal aid, Southampton has a branch of the Citizens Advice Bureau at 3 Kings Park Road. You can contact them by phone on: 02380 221 406. Southampton also has a coroner’s court. You can telephone the court on: 02380 710 452.

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