Solicitors in Swindon

 

As one of the main towns in Wiltshire, Swindon has developed a large concentration of businesses because of its mainline rail station to London Paddington. This easy access to the capital has mean Swindon has maintained close links with the financial centre of the UK.

Swindon is also the base for a number of national and multinational companies most notably Honda. Many different finance and technology companies also have their UK headquarters in or near to Swindon, in part due to its position along the ‘M4 Corridor’. As the town has a diverse industry base, the legal services here have developed in tandem with this. Legal support is available from a wide range of solicitors in Swindon. Specialist solicitors in Swindon can provide specialist advice as well as more general legal advice, and they are easily accessible by businesses or the public.

Swindon has two main courts. The first is the Combined Court. You can find the court at:

The Law Courts
Islington Street
Swindon
Wiltshire
SN1 2HG
Telephone main switchboard: 01793 690 500.

The second court is the magistrates’ court. You can find this court at:

Princes Street
Swindon
Wiltshire
SN1 2JB
Telephone main switchboard: 01793 699 800.

If you don’t need solicitors in Swindon straight away, you can get general legal advice from the Citizens Advice Bureau. You can find their offices at 1 Farringdon House, telephone 08444 994 114.

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