Harrogate Solicitors

Our Harrogate Solicitors office, at Windsor House, Cornwall Road, Harrogate, HG1 2PW, is conveniently located a short walk away from Harrogate’s busy town centre and conference centre. With free client parking available, we offer a complete legal service to Harrogate and the surrounding areas. There are disabled access facilities.

Mark Fagan is our resident partner, specialising in property litigation with particular expertise in Landlord and Tenant matters. Mark acts for both local and national clients. Katrina Allen is our property partner, who advises on both residential conveyancing and commercial property matters. She is often recommended by Harrogate estate agents, for her friendly clear communication and diligence in making sure your sale or purchase runs smoothly.

The team in Harrogate is strengthened by Paul Grindley,  partner in employment law, who acts for a number of small and medium sized businesses in and around Harrogate. Advice on settlement agreements and disciplinary processes are his particular strengths.

Howard Cohen is our Wills Trusts and Probate partner, who can be relied on to provide sympathetic and efficient service to all age groups. Emma Farrell is our partner specialising in business dispute resolution. Emma is the person to call for debt collection, contractual disputes and negligence claims.

Appointments can be made to see all partners at any of our three great office locations in Harrogate, North and City Centre Leeds. 

Get directions to Harrogate office at Windsor House, Cornwall Road Harrogate HG1 2PW.

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Understanding the new Inheritance Tax Rules

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