Stratford upon Avon T: 01789 293259
Henley in Arden T: 01564 792261
Cheltenham T: 01242 228370
Birmingham T: 0121 200 0890

About us

For over 230 years, we’ve been delivering the legal advice our clients need, when they need it.

Lodders is a law firm built around outstanding legal advice and exceptional service to regional, national and international private clients. Lodders was established over 230 years ago in the Stratford upon Avon area. We currently have four offices, 25 partners and approximately 110 staff. Lodders’ main office is in Stratford upon Avon and houses all the main departments of the firm. We also have a fast-growing office in Birmingham and an office in Cheltenham which offer services to clients in South Warwickshire, the Cotswolds and Gloucestershire. Our Henley in Arden office enables us to service local clients in and around Warwickshire.

We specialise in work for private clients and privately owned businesses. From business owners through to wealthy families, landowners, farmers and successful individuals, clients choose Lodders for our renowned technical expertise and our friendly partner-led service. As a client of Lodders you receive a very personal service that is designed to support you, your business and your family in every aspect and at all stages of life, from complex business and property transactions, through to preserving, growing and transferring your wealth and the care of elderly or vulnerable relatives.

Find out more about the legal services at Lodders Solicitors.

 

Testimonials

An exceptional team in the Midlands
Chambers Guide to the UK Legal Profession
A friendly atmosphere and the highest quality service
Chambers Guide to the UK Legal Profession

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