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Alexander & Co

your solicitors in Derby and Spondon

For the times in your life when civil legal advice is vital to resolve or organise personal and business matters, Alexander & Co are here to help and support you.

Whether it is making a will, resolving a business dispute, agreeing the terms of a separation or buying a home, we give you our personal attention. We know how complex legal matters can be and we believe reassurance is best provided in person, rather than online.

Your contact with us starts with a face to face meeting. That way you get to know your solicitor and feel more comfortable in general with the legal ins and outs of your particular civil matter. Consequently, you can make better decisions and, with the professional support of Alexander & Co, can look forward to a swift and satisfactory resolution.

We really believe in providing outstanding service to our clients – the feedback we receive reflects this. We've been awarded the highly regarded 'LEXCEL' chartermark for our quality service, so when you engage our services that is what you can expect.

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  • A change in the divorce laws is set to take place on 6 April 2022.  This is particularly important as it is the first major change to the process of divorce in 50 years.  The law aims to make divorce a smoother and more amicable process, and remove the need for the petitioner to blame their partner for one of the five facts.

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