Solicitors in Worcester

Worcester is a city in the West Midlands and is the county town of Worcestershire. Its closest major towns are Birmingham and Gloucester. The town has one member who represents the Worcester constituency. A former major centre for glove manufacturing the town has grown rapidly in the engineering industry and has the perfect blend of economic drive and old English heritage. Solicitors in Worcester practise in all areas of the law, from employment and commercial law to conveyancing and wills and probate.

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Worcester solicitors have two choices of courts in which to file their paperwork; Worcester Magistrates’ Court and the civil courts at the Combined Court Centre. The former predominantly deals with criminal matters and can be found at Castle Street, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR1 3QZ, and can be contacted on 01905 743 200. The latter has civil jurisdiction, meaning it deals with adoption, family law and bankruptcy on top of other civil matters. It can be found at The Shirehall, Foregate Street, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR1 1EQ.

The local employment tribunal is based in Birmingham and hears all employment cases: it can be found at Phoenix House, 1-3 Newhall St, Birmingham, B3 3NH and can be contacted on 0121 236 6051.

Caven can put you in touch with solicitors in the area. If you are looking for preliminary advice you can contact the local Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) - found at The Hopmarket, The Foregate, Worcester, WR1 1DL and contactable on 01905 611 371.

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