We are a firm of solicitors based in Norwich providing a wide range of legal services to private individuals and businesses.
Our leading practice has operated from its convenient city centre premises for over a century, during which time we have built our reputation for honesty, integrity and excellent standards of service.
No matter what your requirement for legal assistance, our goal is to understand your personal situation, provide you with a cost effective, clear solution and deliver with our usual exceptional customer service.
Had an accident?
"Friendly, approachable staff at a convenient location."
"I felt as if my solicitor was also my friend at what was a very difficult time for me and my children."
Planning your Will?
"The service was professional yet friendly, with all of our answers and options explained. We are very happy and would gladly recommend you to others."
Buying a Home?
"Our solicitor went out of her way to ensure that our house purchase went through swiftly. She was organised and efficient and we felt well informed throughout. We couldn't ask for a better team. Everyone told us moving house would be stressful - but that wasn't the case for us thanks to Cozens-Hardy."
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We are really pleased to support the 2018 Dementia Friendly Norfolk guide, which offers practical help to those living with dementia. If you are supporting someone with dementia this guide can help you copeRead more
Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) is payable when you purchase property. However the Autumn Budget last year delivered some very good news for first time buyers...Read more
Should decisions to withdraw life-sustaining treatment be made by a patient’s loved ones, in consultation with doctors, or by judges? The High Court tackled that burning issue in the case of...
Buying a printed will form from a shop and filling it in yourself may sound like a smart way of saving a little money on lawyers’ fees – but it most certainly is not. The point was...
Amidst acute housing shortages, public policy demands that use be made of derelict land. In one case that illustrated the point, a tribunal modified a restrictive covenant to enable residential...