Our Chichester office is located on Westgate, a short distance from Chichester Cathedral, and is easily accessible by car, public transport or on foot. Our expert solicitors have a depth of expertise and are well placed to offer quality legal services to both individuals and business.
To get in touch with a member of our Chichester team, please refer to the contact details below, or use our enquiry form to send through a query.
Our offices are open 9am - 5pm Monday to Friday.
How to reach our Chichester office
Reaching us by car
We have visitor parking available at our Chichester office. Alternatively, there is one-hour on street parking available on Westgate or you can use Orchard Street Car Park, which is only a short walk away.
Reaching us by bus
There are several bus stops within walking distance of our Chichester Office, served by the numbers 48, 51, 52, 53, 71. 107, 600, 700 and U7. A full list of nearby bus stops can be found here.
Reaching us by train
Our office is a 10-minute walk away from Chichester Train Station.
We want to make sure that our services are as accessible as possible for all of our clients. So, if you have any specific requirements prior to visiting our Chichester office, please get in touch so we can discuss how to best accommodate you.
Our legal services in Chichester
We offer a wide range of legal services from our office in Chichester, catering to the needs of individuals, families and businesses.
Buying and selling property is an incredibly exciting process, but it also comes with plenty of potential risks, especially if the correct approach is not taken from the outset. The importance of consulting expert legal advice whenever you carry out a property transaction should not be underestimated.
Our residential property team in Chichester has substantial experience when it comes to handling property transactions, ensuring that all of our clients are able to move ahead with confidence and minimal delay.
We have expertise in:
- Selling property
- Residential sale pricing
- Buying property
- Freehold residential purchase pricing
- Leasehold residential purchase pricing
- Remortgage pricing
- Lease extension
- Lease enfranchisement
- Share ownership schemes
Our team’s expertise has been recognised by the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme.
We also provide a free online conveyancing quote for all of our clients.
Dealing with an estate can be very complicated, whether it is your own or that of someone who has passed away. There are lots of decisions to make and legal processes to complete, so specialist legal advice can be highly valuable.
Our Wills and Probate solicitors in Chichester can help plan for the future of your estate as well as guiding you through administering the estate of someone who has died.
Making an effective Will is an absolute necessity if you want your estate to be passed on to the loved ones of your choosing, and for your wishes to be followed when you pass away.
Our Wills solicitors in Chichester can work alongside you to draft a Will that takes your entire estate into account, amend an existing Will and advise you on other related matters, such as minimising Inheritance Tax.
When someone passes away, their loved ones will usually be tasked with administering their estate. Without the right advice and guidance from expert estate administration and probate solicitors, this can prove to be a complicated process.
Whether you are an Executor of an estate or the next of kin, our probate lawyers in Chichester can provide practical guidance that allows you to effectively deal with someone else's estate.
A trust can be used to protect assets from Inheritance Tax. It can also be used to provide for a loved one long-term e.g. children or dependant adults. There are many types of trusts to choose from and it is vital to have the right support at all stages.
Our Chichester trust lawyers can help you pick the right sort of trust for your requirements and get it set up. We can also provide ongoing support for trustees and trust beneficiaries.
Making good use of nil-rate bands and tax-efficient vehicles such as trusts can mean your beneficiaries receive much more of your estate in the future. The right advice can help you ensure your estate is as tax-efficient as possible, maximising its value.
Our Inheritance Tax planning solicitors in Chichester can provide tailored advice on the various options you can use to minimise your estate’s Inheritance Tax burden.
Should you ever lose the capacity to make important decisions for yourself, a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) will allow you to appoint attorneys to take on those responsibilities on your behalf.
Our Powers of Attorney solicitors in Chichester can help you to appoint one of your loved ones as an Attorney in relation to your Property & Affairs, Personal Welfare, or both.
Court of Protection
If a loved one has lost the capacity to make decisions about their finances, property, health and/or welfare, this can be very challenging. Unless they have an appropriate Power of Attorney in place, you will normally need to apply to the Court of Protection to be able to make decisions on their behalf.
Our Court of Protection solicitors in Chichester can assist with applying to become a Court of Protection deputy, one-off applications to the Court (e.g. to sell property) and ongoing advice to deputies. Our team are also experts in resolving Court of Protection disputes.
Whether you are a commercial landlord or tenant, you need to make sure that you are properly advised and represented so that you are on top of all your rights and responsibilities.
Our commercial property team in Chichester can advise you on a wide range of associated matters, which means you have the very best legal advice and support at all times.
Our expertise includes:
- Sales and purchases of commercial properties, both freehold & leasehold
- New leases
- Lease renewals & terminations
- New developments
- Overage agreements
- Option agreements
- Deeds of Easement
- Auction sales and purchases
- Lease extensions, enfranchisements & right to manage
- Property-based business sales e.g. public houses, post offices & petrol stations
- Secured lending
- Telecommunication mast licences and leases