Solicitor services in Ayr


Like many towns the Industrial Revolution had an impact on Ayr, as it did on most other towns and cities across the UK. Coal exports were the major product of the town, whose other industry was shipbuilding because of its proximity to the River Ayr which flows through the Firth of Clyde.

Ayr is close to Glasgow Prestwick Airport, which affords the town efficient transport links. This has meant that even though Ayr didn’t industrialise to the level that other towns did, Ayr has still remained relatively affluent. The town still has a commercial seaport for instance.

Solicitors in Ayr will have plenty of experience of maritime and commercial law as you would expect with a working seaport. Ayr is also a vibrant retail town, and as such it has the legal support from solicitors that you would expect with thriving retail businesses.

Under Scottish law the main court in Ayr is the Sheriff’s Court. You can find the court at:

Sheriff Clerk's Office
Sheriff Court House
Wellington Square
Main switchboard tel: 01292 268 474

If you need initial advice before you contact a solicitor, you can use the Citizens Advice Bureau. They are particularly useful if you require legal aid. Ayr does not have its own office, and the closest office is in Kilmarnock. You can find their offices at 2 John Dickie Street, telephone 01292 268 474.

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