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Who Are Broadbents Solicitors?

Broadbents Solicitors have expertise in advising clients throughout Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire, including customers from Derby, Heanor, Alfreton in all matters concerning Criminal Defence, Family Law, Road Traffic Law, Wills and Probate, Care Proceedings and Conveyancing.

Our highly trained team of Solicitors work in-house and provide each and every one of our clients with the same care, attention and professionalism. Over the years our reputation has grown and today we are established as one of the leading solicitors in Derby because of our supreme standards of work and our wide range of specialities.

The legal areas we cover include: Police Station Representation, Criminal Law, Family and Matrimonial, Children’s Law, Divorce, Domestic Disputes, Driving Offences and more – and, we deliver the same unbeatable standards of service

Available 24/7

Contact our team Monday to Friday 9AM-5PM, or use our emergency line for urgent enquiries 07921 870810.

We are always on hand to talk through your legal option, to offer help, advice & assistance.

Solicitors You Can Trust

Over 200 Years of Expertise

3 Branches in the East Midlands

Emergency Service Available 24 Hours a Day

What Makes Us Different?

Our aims are clear, we believe in providing a dedicated service that is tailored to the client, and we believe in a down to earth approach. We understand how hard it can be to discuss personal matters with a stranger, which is why one of our priorities is to help you feel as comfortable as possible, so you receive the best representation available.

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