Solicitors in Cumbria

Cumbria is the second largest county in England, and has a population of over half a million people. The county is home to the renowned Lake District and over half of the county is designated as a National Park or an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The main industries in Cumbria include manufacturing, public sector and tourism-related businesses. The county houses many law firms which cater for a full range of legal problems, and if you have a specific legal issue you would like to discuss then it is advised that you speak with solicitors in Cumbria who can provide you with the legal advice you need. We can transfer you to experienced solicitors in Cumbria who are best suited to your needs.

In Cumbria the county court is the court which deals with divorce, civil matters and issues relating to bankruptcy. The county court is based in Kendal and can be located at:

The Court House
Burneside Road

Further details for the court can be found by going to the HM Courts Service website at So, for instance, you would need to visit the county court in Cumbria if you wanted to apply for a divorce. You would be required to collect and file your divorce petition at the court.

If you are thinking about divorcing your spouse then you should consider speaking to specialist divorce solicitors in Cumbria who can explain the procedure to you and this will best place you moving forward. Our solicitors are highly experienced and come recommended, so whatever your legal problem we can direct you to solicitors in Cumbria with the skill and expertise to guide you through your legal matter.

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