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Wilford Smith Solicitors

Wilford Smith Solicitors was founded by Stephen Smith MBE and incorporated in 2017 but its history goes back much further. The firm was founded in 1981 and has now celebrated over 30 years in the profession becoming a most prestigious law firm with a richly deserved reputation for independence hard work and results.

Wilford Smith Solicitors provides quality legal services for both private and commercial clients. Our expert solicitors routinely provide advice on complex legal matters in a range of areas - our teams of estate planning lawyers and wills, lasting power of attorney, Trusts and probate solicitors, real estate lawyers, employment solicitorsimmigration / visa solicitorsinsolvency lawyers, divorce solicitors, commercial agreements lawyers and criminal defence lawyers can help you today. We can also help you with regulatory and compliance legal matters, reputation management and many other legal and commercial services. To find out more about our exceptional service, have a look at our client testimonials.

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Our teams of lawyers serve clients throughout England and Wales. Contact one of our expert solicitors today on 01709 828 044 to find out how we can help.


“On every occasion, I have engaged the services of Wilford Smith and without fail they have given me a service that is second to none. Their knowledge and expertise together with the ability to retain the country’s best barristers have made my life a lot easier.

I would not hesitate to use Wilford Smith again and recommend their services to anyone who finds themselves in difficulties. So much so they are now on my speed dial!" Mark, Doncaster

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