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If you need a solicitor, you want to be confident that your interests are properly looked after. Our teams of legal professionals have an extensive range of skills and experience to offer our clients, who also enjoy the added benefit of dealing with a firm that is large enough to provide specialists in the many areas of legal issues that we cover including; family matters, employment problems, house purchases and sales, wills and probate, personal injury, medical negligence and dispute resolution.

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“We just wanted to say a huge thank you for all your help and guidance through a truly traumatic time. Many thanks”

A Client

Eaton Smith has dealt with my and my family's affairs over many years. I have always found legal representatives to be reliable, helpful and courteous. Thank you for all your help. 

A. Bloom

Very helpful Receptionist, very nice helpful solicitors, nice clean fresh waiting area and good service and also the speed of service is excellent. I would definitely recommend Eaton Smith having used your firm for many years and always received a good service. 

K. Nadeem

A very helpful and friendly team of people, made everything clear and straightforward.

Mrs Schofield

Eaton Smith have helped our family for at least three generations. We have trusted and relied on your professional help for which we are very grateful.

Mr & Mrs Wilson

The service we received was first class, all of the people who dealt with our case were friendly and professional.

A Client

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06/05/2021

Flexible Working: Your Questions Answered

Lewis Holroyd

As a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, the way we work and live has been forever changed. Many people have enjoyed the flexibility of working from home, including avoiding a commute, saving on parking costs, setting their own hours and being able to see and take care of their children more.

Employers can... Read More


15/04/2021

Employment law update April 2021

Irina Polyakova

New rates for the national living wage and national minimum wage

The government accepted in full the Low Pay Commission's proposed increases to the national living wage and national minimum wage rates, which came into effect on 1 April 2021.

The new rates are:


15/04/2021

Five tips for businesses dealing with unpaid invoices

Jane Gregory

Carrying the weight of unpaid invoices can make doing business challenging. The coronavirus pandemic has caused financial difficulties for many and could be making the problem of late payments worse for both small businesses, the self-employed and freelancers.

The Forum of Private Business indicates that 1 in... Read More


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