Solicitors based in Lincoln, Lincolnshire offering a full range of legal services. Rest assured that whatever moves are ahead visiting Dale & Co. Solicitors is never a trial. Whether you are moving home, getting divorced or making a will you can trust us to guide and support you. Dale & Co. Solicitors has dedicated departments each headed by a legal specialist who will know you and your file. You will be kept informed personally. We know how important it is to make everything clear so you can make the right choices.

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  City Lincoln
  Postcode LN1 1UH
  Address 11 Beaumont Fee
  Phone Number 015 2251 3399

  • I would recommend this business

As an employee of a new build house builder we always like to recommend our own panel for service, cost and effectiveness. But Joanne at Dale law has been so friendly and efficient in her updates that i have been utterly impressed. I will be happy to use Dale Law again if any of my customers decide to do so. Pleasure to deal with!

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  • I would recommend this business

We've used Dale and Co for two house moves now and as ever they are spot on. Can't thank them or recommend them enough for such a professional service and for their help and advice when things get a bit stressful!

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  • I would recommend this business

Thank you so much to Nicola, Joanne and Laura-Beth for all your hard work in regards to my house sale and purchase. Communication was excellent and they all went above and beyond to ensure our purchase was completed on time. Will definitely recommend to others.

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Thank you to Justine for your care and advice yesterday when I came in to see you with a client! Justine is a Lovely lady who was very patient with us. Highly recommend her!

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  • I would recommend this business

Georgia & her team were amazing, so professional & on the ball the whole way through, guided me step by step through my divorce, family court appearance & financial settlement, so much so I went on to buy our new family home with the help of their property team, can't recommend these guys enough.

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Customer Testimonials

Highly professional and have helped me tremendously with a fraud case I’m unfortunately in the midst of. Their knowledge, guidance and expertise has reassured me greatly. Thank you to Warren and the entire team


I use the because there service is amazing never used another solicitor in Lincoln that even compares.

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From Our Website

Dale & Co. Solicitors was founded in 1986 in Lincoln City Centre. Since then, we have been providing practical legal help to the people of Lincoln and beyond and have made it our priority to provide an efficient and client-focused service. We understand that legal processes can appear daunting. So, we have gathered a first-class team of dedicated, friendly professionals who offer individually tailored, practical legal support. We make every effort to ensure it is never a trial with us. Call in and see us, enjoy a fresh coffee and help yourself to our free guides.


Here at Dale & Co., we are firmly committed to our core principles of high moral standards, hard work, and integrity. Our chosen areas of law mean that we specialise in individuals and strive always to provide a service which is tailored to meet your needs. We operate in an open office environment, which means that if you want to contact any member of our team, you can phone, email, or call into the office, and we will endeavour to be there for you. Given that my residence in Scotland meant that all my correspondence and communications were dealt with remotely, the process was smooth and I was kept up to date with proceedings.


The time immediately following a death can be extremely difficult, but it is important to make sure that you do certain things within the first 5 days. You will need to contact the GP for a Doctor's Certificate - this will contain the cause of death and will be needed to register the death. To register the death, you will have to arrange an appointment at the local Registry Office. The death doesn't actually need to be registered within five days - you just need to have an appointment. Please note that if the death has been reported to a Coroner, you can't register the death until the Coroner gives permission.


As the most valuable possession most of us own, selling a home can be stressful, complex and expensive. This page contains information and advice that aim to make the process easier to understand. It includes tips on selecting an estate agent and explains the conveyancing process and why using a good solicitor is important. Dale & Co. Solicitors will make every effort to ensure that your transaction is as stress-free as possible. We have helped over 10,000 people move home and can handle every situation.


Despite what many people think, there is no such status, legally speaking, as a 'common-law' spouse. This means that if you and your partner separate, there is no legal protection for either of you in terms of your assets. The circumstances and history of the relationship become relevant in cases such as where one partner has stayed at home to care for children or has contributed to the home financially but is not named on the deeds to the home. If a couple who are married or in a civil partnership break up, both parties would be entitled to their share of assets.


Once you have decided you are going to buy a property and have found out how much you can afford, it's important to consider what really matters to you in your new home. Find out about the area you are intending to move to. Remember, you can adapt the house once you're in, but you can't pick it up and move it into a different area. Houses come in all shapes and sizes, but some are more suited to the way you live than others. Open plan living spaces are great for entertaining, but if you need a quiet space which is easy to heat, they're probably not for you.


Wills are personal, and it's important to take your time in order to ensure you make the right decisions. We have created a leaflet which guides you through the decision-making process by asking the relevant questions. This will allow you the time and space you need to think about the important parts of your Will. The Wills and Probate team at Dale & Co. is here to ensure that when you make a Will your wishes are understood, and family and friends are provided for as you intended. We will ensure that your Will is clear - saving your beneficiaries expense and effort.


A Power of Attorney is a legal document which allows somebody else to legally manage your financial affairs if you become unable to do so. This would be useful where you need temporary cover, for example in the case of illness, or if you find it difficult to get to the bank or post office yourself. To do this, you have to choose and willingly appoint someone that you trust as your attorney. This could be a family member, close friend or solicitor. You are in control of how much power you give your attorney - you could give them access to some assets but not others, and if you change your mind, you can cancel the Power of Attorney at any time.