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Coronavirus COVID-19

Please note that due to the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak we shall be limiting access to our premises at Lower Mary Street to only essential appointments. Our office remains open. However please contact us to discuss alternative meeting arrangements which can be facilitated by telephone or video call. 

Caring, Dedicated, Professional

Formed in 1948, in premises very close to our present location in the heart of Newtownards Town Centre, the Practice has a firmly established reputation for providing resolute legal advice and sound assistance to both private clients and companies particularly in the Ards and North Down areas and further throughout the Province.

We also provide legal services to individuals and companies throughout the UK and abroad for their Northern Irish interests, as a more personal and economic alternative to city centre firms.

Whilst the firm has many years experience in a broad range of legal spheres, we recognise the changing demands of our clientele and tailor our services accordingly to provide individual solutions.

Areas of expertise

With almost 70 years experience in serving the people of Newtownards we’ve developed a wide range of expertise in various legal matters.

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Buying or Selling a home during COVID-19?

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Our Location

Our Offices are located on Lower Mary Street, which adjoins both High Street and Frances Street in Newtownards, close by Conway Square and within easy walking distance of a number of town centre car parks, the closest being just behind the Office building after the Public Toilets on Frances Street. Disabled Parking is available directly outside our front door.

Latest news

Mother and Baby Homes Northern Ireland – Inquiry

Chilling testimonies are emerging from women who were forced to attend Mother and Baby Homes in NI. Calls for an urgent inquiry and compensation for these victims and survivors.

Redundancy is soaring, highest since records began.

Official statistics reveal over 10,000 redundancies have been determined by NI employers since March 2020, doubling 2019 figures.

If rugby causes brain damage, what next?

Rugby players have been coming forward with multiple cases of brain damage and dementia which they attribute to playing rugby. What is the future for rugby?

Rugby, football and brain damage..

Ex-rugby union internationals have recently commenced legal proceedings against their governing bodies for negligence, claiming that matches and training practices have left them with brain damage.