Solicitors in Armagh

 

Contact Law works with several specialist solicitors across the county of Armagh, part of the Ulster province. The county is located on the north-east, and its name derives from its county town, Armagh city.

We have solicitors who can serve all towns in Armagh, including Armagh city, Newry and Craigavon.

For private clients

If you are a private individual looking for legal assistance, contact us and we will put you in touch with a specialist local solicitor free of charge. Our solicitors can help you with any legal matter, including:

  • Unfair dismissal
  • Divorce
  • Injuries
  • Buying, selling or renting property
  • Family disputes

For commercial clients

Here at Contact Law we have several specialised commercial solicitors, who can help you with a wide array of legal issues:

  • Advice on starting a business
  • Commercial law matters
  • Employment law queries
  • Copyright law
  • Insurance

Court services in Armagh

In the courthouse in Armagh city sits Magistrates' Courts and County Courts. The Crown Courts are found in the towns of Craigavon and Newry.

All Magistrates' and County Courts in Northern Ireland offer a Witness Service. This service gives you the chance to speak to someone before the commencement of a trial. By doing so, you can familiarise yourself with the judicial process and the surroundings. There are also measures put in place for assisting witnesses during, and after, the trial.

Contact Law is an established legal brokerage company, helping you find the right solicitors in Northern Ireland. Whatever your situation, call us on 0800 1777 162 or fill in the web-form above and let our dedicated case handlers match you to the best solicitor for your needs.

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