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.
What matters to you matters to us. Whatever 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. Click here to read more about what you should expect from us...
Buying a Home?
"Very quick to respond to emails and phone calls; kept abreast of important legislative changes (eg Stamp Duty Relief following budget statement) which saved us paying more than necessary."
Planning your Will?
"I appreciated not having to wait long for appointments. I also felt free to ask questions and have had telephone calls returned promptly and issues dealt with in a friendly manner."
"The support network of secretaries and assistants was highly effective with an excellent manner of service - thank you. It made a difficult time a lot easier."
Had an accident?
"Friendly, approachable staff at a convenient location."
We're very proud of the people who work at Cozens-HardyClick here for a list of our lawyers and executives
Partner Dan Evans considers the options open to tenants if they want to leave their lease before the end of the contractual period.Read more
Partner Michelle Collins explains why we should all have a Lasting Power of Attorney in place...Read more
Juliet Farrington-Breeze, a Trainee Solicitor in our commercial property department, answers common questions about renting commercial premises.Read more
Officialdom can sometimes be faceless, but the law is always there to ensure that individual circumstances are taken into account. In an example of that happening, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC)...
No matter how many letters or emails are exchanged, they frequently do not reach a binding conclusion and can never replace a professionally drafted contract. The High Court made that point in...