Solicitors in Blackburn

Blackburn is a large town in Lancashire, England, north-northwest of the city of Manchester. Textiles have been produced in Blackburn for many years, coinciding with the industrialisation and expansion of the textile industry. However, in recent years the town has suffered from de-industrialisation, economic deprivation and housing issues like many other northern cities during difficult times. As a result there is many civil law solicitors in Blackburn, many of whom practise insolvency and debt work.

Blackburn, like most other towns, has its own county court covering civil work like divorce, other family law matters, care and bankruptcy, and which also houses the District Registry. It can be found at 64 Victoria Street, Lancashire, BB1 6DJ and can be contacted on 01254 299 852.

Blackburn’s magistrates’ court deals predominantly with criminal matters and is located at The Court House, Northgate, Blackburn, Lancashire, BB2 1AA, and can be contacted on 01254 687 500. Blackburn does not have its own employment tribunal and as a result a Blackburn solicitor would bring their cases in the Manchester Employment Tribunal. The address is Alexandra House, Parsonage, Manchester, M3 2JA and the tribunal can be contacted on 0161 833 6100.

Basic legal advice on any of the above matters can be obtained from the Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) which can be found at the St. John's Centre, Victoria Street, Blackburn, BB1 6DW. Further advice and any necessary action can be taken by solicitors in Blackburn with whom Contact Law can put you in touch with.

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