Matthew & Matthew Solicitors of Bournemouth offer conveyancing and other specialist legal services to businesses and private clients alike.
Our specialist solicitors offer a range of legal services, including Conveyancing, Wills, Trusts and Probate and Commercial property services from our individually structured departments, staffed by experienced yet friendly and approachable professionals and support personnel.
We are based in Southbourne, Bournemouth and have traditionally served clients in Bournemouth, Poole, Christchurch, Ringwood, Dorset and Hampshire as well as in the South of England and Nationally.
Founded in 1982 the firm has seen steady but controlled growth and has established solid foundations in Bournemouth and surrounding areas. This has been the result of consistent and calculated expansion of the work generated by ourselves combined with acquisitions of other legal practices. We pride ourselves in the efficient, down to earth, and no nonsense way in which we represent our clients and guarantee that once you have given us a try you won’t want to go elsewhere! We only speak ‘plain English’ here.
We are pleased to have been accredited with the Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) standard again for the second year running by the Law Society. This is an accreditation only given to those firms who reach the high standards in their conveyancing services which the CQS scheme requires and only firms awarded this kite mark are permitted to display the CQS logo.
If you have any legal matter that requires assistance then please call us on 01202-431943 or read more about the team.
We offer a first class service to clients when selling or buying your new home or refinancing an existing property.Find out more
Assisting you in purchasing an office or shop premises to taking a new business lease or an assignment of an existing lease.Find out more
If you are purchasing a newly built property or one in the course of construction, we can help.Find out more
Meeting all of your needs from preparing a simple Will to advising on the most complex Inheritance Tax problems.Find out more