Solicitors in Chester

You can find a solicitor in Chester to represent you in all areas of law. This is because Chester is the neighbour to some of the UK’s biggest cities, such as Liverpool and Manchester. It therefore has a high population living in Chester and the nearby communities, which both works locally and commutes to the major cities. As a result of this relatively high population all types of legal services are required.

Depending on the services you require, solicitors in Chester may have to submit your claim in one of the following courts. If you require family work such as divorces, adoptions, civil partnership dissolution, probate as well as bankruptcy and technology and construction then you are likely to have your case heard in the Civil Justice Centre and Probate Sub–Registry at:

Trident House
Little St John Street

Employment matters are generally dealt with by employment tribunals to help take pressure off the courts and allow experts to deal with these matters. Chester does not have its own employment tribunal and most cases are normally dealt with in the Liverpool employment tribunal. Criminal matters are dealt with at the Crown and magistrates’ courts with the latter also dealing with some civil and family matters. They can be found at the following addresses:

Chester Crown Court
The Castle

Chester Magistrates’ Court
Grosvenor Street

If you require preliminary legal advice about legal aid before going to a local Chester solicitor you can always contact the Citizens Advice Bureau which can be found at:

Folliott House
Northgate Street

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