Headleys Solicitors

Station Road 39a
Lutterworth, Leicestershire
LE17 4AP

Since 1928

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We have a long and proud history of helping to resolve our clients' legal problems, since the establishment of our firm in Leicester in 1928. We have close ties to the local area with our Leicestershire heritage and now support our clients from two offices - in Hinckley and Lutterworth. We combine our historical values with a highly modern approach to legal practice. We have the up-to-date understanding of the law that you would expect, across a broad range of specialisms for both business and personal law. We provide a personal service to our clients in order to ease the stress that is often involved with issues that require the support of a solicitor, in whom you can place your trust.

Services

Lawyer - Solicitor
Lawyer - Solicitor

Staff

We have a small number of highly skilled and dedicated staff able to guide and assist you through the legal issues that you require help upon. The firm was set up in 1928 by our founder Arthur Headley and is now a partnership of 3 solicitors Robert Broughton, Kevin McCole and Rod Stephenson, with Geoffrey Headley the son of our late founder a consultant to the firm, who works alongside our other fee earners located at our two offices in Leicestershire.

Memberships

Headleys are Regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.

Area of Business

We provide a personal service to all our clients across a broad range of legal topics, including commercial and residential conveyancing, employment, wills, probate and trusts, matrimonial and family law, business and employment issues, litigation, debt recovery and personal injury claims.

Fees

We shall at our first meeting with you, detail our charging structure and provide you with an estimate for our services, which we shall regularly update, so that you can budget accordingly. We shall only incur costs on your behalf with your prior notification and authority, we will also seek whenever possible to recover costs that you may incur on your behalf, by way of example in cases involving civil litigation where the Courts have the power to award costs to successful claimants.