Lyndales is committed to providing the highest possible level of legal service at a competitive price and over a wide range of disciplines, in both the business and private sectors. Our expertise covers the following disciplines: company/commercial, commercial & residential property, employment, private client & litigation.

Serviced Areas

  • London & UK

Contact Details

  City City of London
  Postcode EC4A 1JQ
  Address 40 Furnival Street, Holborn
  Phone Number 020 7391 1000

Products & Services

Business and Corporate

From company and commercial work, acquisitions, formation and corporate advice, partnership and shareholder agreements to monthly packages for SME’s, we provide creative, thorough, and practical advice.

Residential Property

First-time buyers, commercial investors, professional landlords and developers, we provide quality advice to all.

  • I would recommend this business

Very competent, kind and capable people who helped us master highly complex legal and tax issues in the context of the death of my brother.

Value for money
Service & support
Overall ratingExcellent

Customer Testimonials

Mary Sofolabo acted for me on the sale of my house. She was friendly, professional and extremely efficient. I was delighted.

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The disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic highlights the important need for businesses to review their practic
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