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.
Thorneycroft Solicitors Managing Director Rachel Stow talks about the range of services offered to clients and the approach that we take, in order to ensure the finest levels of care advice and support.
We provide cost effective conveyancing service that safeguards your interest at every stage of the transaction, whether you are buying, selling or remortgaging your property.
+Applies on properties up to £500,000.
Thorneycroft Solicitors is a full service law firm based in Buxton.
We provide a wide range of market leading legal expertise, advice and support to individuals and businesses in the High Peak area.
As legal specialists and forward thinking solicitors, we are committed to providing the highest quality of service, expertise and efficiency.
The greatest compliment we have is from the high level of repeat business provided to us by many of our clients based in Buxton. We pride ourselves on the calibre and quality of our team who are passionate about delivering excellent service to their clients. 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 have recently received a complaint from someone who was cold called by someone posing as Thorneycroft Solicitors. 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]
Our office is conveniently located in the centre of Buxton, at 23 Terrace Road. Our postcode is SK17 6DU.
If you’re looking for highly trained solicitors, call us now on FREEPHONE 0800 1979 345 or make an enquiry
We do not nuisance cold call
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 have recently received a complaint from someone who was cold called by someone posing as Thorneycroft Solicitors. 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]
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