Solicitors in Watford


Watford is within the M25 corridor and has close links to London making it a haven for small businesses. Watford’s history is in agriculture, but with the construction of the Grand Union Canal the Industrial Revolution arrived in the town in the late 18th century. Like the majority of UK towns today, Watford is a major retail centre. As such, much of the legal work that is carried out covers commercial property development, and solicitors in Watford will have to be knowledgeable in this area.

Many larger businesses are also based in Watford, from retail giants to oil companies. This has meant business law has also developed in the town. General and specialist legal advice is now available from a plethora of law firms. No matter your legal requirements, you will be able to easily locate solicitors in Watford to help you.

Watford has two main courts. The first is the county court which hears family and other civil cases. You can locate the court at:

3rd Floor
Cassiobury House
11-19 Station Road
WD17 1EZ
Telephone main switchboard: 01923 251 317

The second court in Watford is the magistrates’ court. You can find the court at:

Clarendon Road
WD17 1ST
Telephone main switchboard: 01923 251 317

Solicitors in Watford will be familiar with both courts and court procedure.

If you don’t need to contact a solicitor in Watford right away, but need general legal advice, contact the Citizens Advice Bureau which has offices in Watford. You can find their offices at St Mary’s Churchyard, High Street, telephone: 01923 251 317.

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