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Courtyard Solicitors LLP

2 Saint Mark's Place, Wimbledon, London, SW19 7ND
Open today: 09:00 - 17:30

About Courtyard Solicitors LLP

Established in 2008, Courtyard Solicitors LLP are London's leading immigration law, employment law, corporate law and litigation law firm and their aim is to provide clients with an exceptional level of legal expertise, a genuine service that is tailored to their business or personal needs. Concentrating on these areas in-depth allows them to maintain a deep understanding of the law surrounding these practice areas.

Specialisation also grants the opportunity to get to know their clients on an intimate level, and anticipate their legal needs. For an initial consultation and any other enquiries in Farsi or English, please contact Mr Ahmad Asadi at Courtyard Solicitors LLP.

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Janet Anderson

3 months ago

I notice the following reviews date from three years ago, and this firm is unrecognisable from my experience of it. The service was appallingly unprofessional: after I had paid his fee Jonathan Green did not respond to emails or phone messages. After six weeks he emailed with incorrect advice as he had clearly misremembered details from our meeting. He also never provided a letter in hard copy, which he had promised. Since then he has ignored my request to reduce or refund his fee. Likewise the senior partner, Sean White, has remained silent. Disgraceful service, and a waste of money.

Mark O'connor

5 months ago

Tremendous work by Sean White (Partner) in managing a very lengthy Probate case for us which was complicated by external factors . Highly recommend Sean and his team

Roiseen Hardiman

9 months ago

Mr Shepherd was extremely professional and diligent in the work he had done for me. I would highly recommend this firm for any legal issue.

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Opening Hours

Monday09:00 - 17:30
Tuesday09:00 - 17:30
Wednesday09:00 - 17:30
Thursday09:00 - 17:30
Friday09:00 - 17:30
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed