Whatever you tell us will be in total confidence and the first meeting is usually free.
Making an appointment: please telephone or email us using the form on this page.
Our hours of business: our office is open from 9am to 5.30pm from Monday to Friday. We can arrange meetings at other times, by appointment.
Our fees: the first meeting is usually free; we will tell you if we think we can help you and what you should do next. We will explain how we charge for our services and any other fees which may be necessary. We will prepare a written cost estimate and give you a copy of our terms of business. If we think you qualify for legal aid, we will tell you and apply on your behalf.
Languages: we conduct business in English, Dutch, German, Spanish, Punjabi, Urdu, Mirpuri and Bengali. Please tell us if you would like an interpreter to be present or if you need any documents to be translated.
We have a free car park for visitors
Your Data: Any data that you submit using this web form firstname.lastname@example.org will be held by Abbey Solicitors as Data Controller and will be held securely and in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation for 6 months before being securely and
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Any data that you submit using this web form will be held by Abbey Solicitors as Data Controller and will be held securely and in accordance with [the General Data Protection Regulation][the Data Protection Act 2018] for 12 months before being securely and confidentially destroyed.
[unless you have consented to join our mailing list in which case your contact details will be removed only when you unsubscribe].
Your data will not be disclosed to any third parties without your consent or as otherwise allowed by the relevant Data Protection legislation and will only be used for responding to your query (or purposes associated with that purpose). You have the right to be informed about what data we hold about you along with other rights set out in the legislation. Further information about your rights under the data protection legislation can be found at www.ico.org.uk