Our Services

About PWJ Solicitors

We have served generations of individuals and local businesses, providing comprehensive legal advice.

The Law Society - Conveyancing

Our Legal Services

Our experienced team of lawyers cover a range of practice areas and work in close partnership to ensure that the needs of our clients are catered for by the most qualified and appropriate lawyer. Our aim is to understand and respond to your specific legal needs and concerns and we pride ourselves on the personal legal service we are able to provide.

Legal Service - Business and Commercial

Business & Commercial

Our business and commercial solicitors can offer advice & guidance on a wide variety of company, partnership and commercial law matters.

Legal Service - Buying and Selling Property

Buying & Selling Property

Buying or selling your home can be a stressful and complicated experience. Let us take care of all aspects of conveyancing and other property related legal matters.

Legal Service - Employment


Get assistance as an employer or employee with selected areas of employment law including contracts of employment and dispute resolution.

Legal Service - Leases and Tenancies

Leases & Tenancies

We can advise landlords & tenants regarding commercial & residential letting, including tenancy agreements, lease extensions and tenancy deposit protection.

Legal Service - Powers of Attorney and Court of Protection

Powers of Attorney & Court of Protection

PWJ’s specialist team can assist with establishing temporary or permanent attorneyship and Court of Protection applications.

Legal Service - Wills, Trusts and Probate

Wills, Trusts & Probate

Exercise control over your future affairs and choose those you trust to manage them with professionally drafted, valid Wills, Lifetime IHT plans and Trusts.

Our Locations

Our office locations
New Rules for Registration of  Relevant Trusts and Declarations of Trusts Relevant Trusts in existence at 6th October 2020 (even if subsequently closed) must be registered with the new Trusts Registration Service by 1st September 2022 to avoid penalties and charges.  This rule also applies to relevant property trusts where the legal ownership position differs from the equitable ownership position; for example where a Declaration of Trust sits behind the Title with details of equitable owners such as where parents have loaned money to purchase a property and have their interest protected by a Declaration of Trust but are not named on the Title Register. Trusts formed after this date may also be subject to complex registration requirements. Please contact us if you are concerned that the above may apply to your Trust and would like advice or assistance with the process.