Archers Solicitors is a niche practice specialising in Employment Law, Business Law and Civil & Commercial Litigation. By focusing on our chosen fields we are able to provide a high quality, tailored service helping us to build lasting relationships with our clients and indeed many new clients come to us by recommendation. We advise and act for both businesses and individuals and are proud to represent a number of high profile clients who value the personal and approachable way we deal with matters.

Serviced Areas

  • Essex and London

Contact Details

  City Chelmsford
  Postcode CM2 0PD
  Address 78 New London Road
  Phone Number 012 4521 6888

Products & Services

Employment Law

Archers Law are specialist employment solicitors in Chelmsford, which allows us to be at the cutting edge of developments in this complex area of the law. We have been advising both employees and employers on all aspects of employment law since 2004, and we have an excellent track record when it comes to getting results in all aspects of employment law, whether it is a claim for unfair dismissal, a discrimination claim, a settlement agreement, a redundancy or a disciplinary matter.

Wills, Probate & Family

People are often too busy to make a Will or do not like the idea of making a Will, however; we make the process quick, easy and painless. It sets out what should happen to the assets you have worked so hard for and how your friends and family will benefit. Without a Will, you could leave your loved ones something far less desirable; a legacy of stress, anxiety or doubt.

Business Law

Our Chelmsford solicitors provide a comprehensive range of legal services for businesses in the Essex region and beyond.

From sole traders or start-ups, PLCs or partnerships, to fast growing SMEs and long established family businesses, our insightful, pragmatic legal advice can help you protect your interests, capitalise on commercial opportunities and achieve your full business potential.

  • I would recommend this business

Exceptional service from all at Archers Law, very professional & helpful during such a sensitive matter.

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Customer Testimonials

I dealt with Maria with regards to an employment issue. Maria was amazing, always there when I needed her and was very professional and approachable. She really did make such a difference for me and I am very glad to have dealt with her. Highly recommended firm indeed.

I have used Archers Law on a number of occasions for both employment and family law related matters and have always found their service friendly, efficient and with great results. Their solicitors are well experienced, business is run very professionally and I have recommended both family and friends to use their services.

Fast on the uptake and assimilation of information pertaining to the case. An experienced, measured response and a realistic assessment of the eventual outcome. The advice was sound and handling of the case professional and confidential.

Excellent service and great results, would definitely recommend.

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Only 3 days left to issue your employment tribunal claim before the new fees regime kicks in on Monday.
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Really pleased to report that Esther Marshall has joined Archers Law this week!
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