Forbes Solicitors has continued its expansion with the opening of a new Commercial office at the centre of the Lancashire motorway network.
The premises, at Oak House, Sceptre Way, Walton summit, near Preston offers a full range of Commercial services from a location within minutes of the M6, M65 and M61 motorways.
The new office’s location is easily accessible for businesses from across the region and it will provide a central base to support Forbes’ existing Commercial offices in Blackburn and Preston.
Forbes is the largest legal practice in the North West outside the major cities and its Commercial solicitors advise a wide spectrum of business organisations across most sectors and industries and of a range of sizes.
Pauline Rigby Partner & Head of Corporate & Restructuring at Forbes said: “The new office offers an additional location with great links to the motorway network, whilst complementing the services we will continue to offer at our Preston and Blackburn offices.”
The new office is open from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday and people wishing to get in touch can call 0333 207 1130 or go to www.forbessolicitors.co.uk/offices
Forbes is one of the leading law firms in the North with 36 partners, 8 offices and more than 320 staff.
Office locations include Blackburn (3), Accrington, Preston, Chorley, Leeds and Manchester.
The firm provides legal advice and representation to individuals in relation to Clinical Negligence, Family, Crime, Domestic Conveyancing, Financial Services, Personal Injury, Wills, Probate & Trusts.
And to businesses in relation to Business Law, Dispute Resolution, Commercial Property, Business Start-up services, Intellectual Property, Debt Collection, Employment, Health and Safety, Housing & Regeneration, Insurance, Business Crime and Public Sector.
" The new office offers an additional location with great links to the motorway network, whilst complementing the services we will continue to offer at our Preston and Blackburn offices."
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