We provide our clients with a caring and understanding approach to the important process, putting our clients' wishes and best interests first at all times.
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Thorneycroft Solicitors are a leading law firm, delivering high quality legal services and advice to individuals and businesses. Founded in 1990, we have offices in Macclesfield, Holmes Chapel, Buxton and Whaley Bridge, but we look after the needs of clients wherever they are located throughout the UK. Our solicitors and legal specialists cover a wide range of legal services, providing the very best advice as well as the highest levels of customer care, with integrity and cost effective results.
Thorneycroft Solicitors never cold call or send spam texts or emails to attract clients. We don’t make contact with people unless they ask us to. We are strongly against this practice and wish to stamp it out. If you believe you have been contacted by someone posing as Thorneycroft Solicitors we would welcome any information you can provide to us by emailing [email protected].
This last week of November is resolution’s ‘Good Divorce Week’.
It gives us great pleasure to announce that Nicola Dickinson, our Head of Volume Legal services, is to take a position on the Thorneycroft Board.
As part of our community support initiative within our local area, we are delighted to announce that Thorneycroft Solicitors have reached an agreement to sponsor Buxton FC.
The joys of riding in the hot summer sun can feel like a distant memory for some motorcyclists as winter begins to take a hold of Britain. Dark nights, wet roads and cold weather all combine throughout the winter months to make it one of the most dangerous times of the year for those who
According to Headway – the brain injury association there are approximately 1 million people who visit A&E following a head injury each year in the UK. Whilst some of these head injuries will show physical signs of their seriousness, for example, they may be unconscious, some may only appear to be minor head injuries.