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Bakers Solicitors

Specialist solicitors in the field of Family Law.

With a dedicated team who is highly trained in its area of expertise, Bakers Solicitors prides itsself on its standards of service, putting clients' interests first and progressing all cases to a satisfactory conclusion. Bakers Solicitors is also renowned in the area as having an established Criminal Law department who also offer 24hr Police Station attandance. Road Traffic Law, Personal Injury and Licensing are also integral to the portfolio.

Family Law

Bakers Solicitorsí Family Law department will provide a high level of support for anybody experiencing a family dispute or crisis.  We have experience in the most complex divorce and separation cases as well as the more straightforward ones.

Criminal Law

A strong and reputable criminal department has flourished at Bakers Solicitors since the firms inception. We have acted for clients throughout the NorthWest from their arrival at the Police Station through to Magistratesí Court and Crown Court, and, Court of Appeal.

Road Traffic Law

For the majority of drivers, a driving ban would have a detrimental impact on their livelihood and impose extreme hardship on day to day living. Disqualification is no longer inevitable for a high proportion of drivers and conviction may be avoided with proper legal representation.

[This is just an indicator of the services for this business, for full and current descriptions please visit their website or contact them.]

Website: 
www.bakers-solicitors.com
Email: 
Phone: 
01457 859123
Address: 
89 High Street West, Glossop, Derbyshire, SK13 8BB
   
Category: 
Solicitors / Legal

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