Cocks Lloyd can trace its origins back to the last Century. Today it has progressed to become the largest Firm in North Warwickshire and South West Leicestershire. Cocks Lloyd in fact incorporates (through merger) six of the nine Firms which practised in Nuneaton before the War. We are a progressive and forward looking Firm committed to provide a high standard of personal service to clients with the support of up-to-date resources and technology within the office.
- Coventry, Nuneaton & Rugby
|Address||Riversley Ho/Coton Rd|
|Phone Number||024 7664 1642|
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We offer a comprehensive range of services in all matters relating to relationships, finances and children. It is never too early to seek advice on any difficulties you may be facing. Exploring your options and understanding the legal processes involved does not commit you to taking any action unless and until you are ready to do so. With our enviable reputation, extensive experience and proven track record you will meet with a member of our team of specialist family lawyers who will provide you realistic advice tailored to your individual needs.
We have a long established and enviable reputation for providing both our business and individual clients with sensible, commercial and pragmatic advice and guidance in disputes. We offer a fixed fee service in debt recovery proceedings in the County Court as set out below. This assumes the proceedings are not disputed in which case we will discuss our further fees with you. The sums we charge in a disputed claim depend upon the many factors including the complexity of the issues arising, the circumstances in which the balance is owed and what your objectives.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) are responsible for regulating Solicitors in England and Wales. They have produced a Code of Conduct for solicitors which you can find on the SRA website at www.sra.org.uk. Our SRA registration number is 45211. We hope you are happy with the service provided by us. If you believe our service is not meeting your expectations then you should initially discuss your concerns with the person assisting you with your instructions or their supervisor (please see our initial correspondence which contains the name of the supervisor or if in doubt please contact us).