Although Grange Wintringham is one of the oldest established law firms in the country, over the last 10 years we have refocused the firm to capitalise on the skills of our increasingly young and progressive partnership and staff. This has enabled us to apply the benefits of IT and services to a national client base, as well as the local market.


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  City Alford
  Postcode LN13 9AE
  Address 15 South Market Pl
  Phone Number 015 0746 6767

From Our Website

Wilkin Chapman LLP is the largest law firm in Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire. We provide a wide range of legal services for both businesses and individuals. Above all we aim to provide all our clients with quality legal advice and a personal service that offers value for money. We have a network of six offices covering the region, located in Grimsby, Lincoln, Beverley, Louth, and Horncastle. With offices across Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire, we're here to support you whenever and wherever you need us.


Wilkin Chapman's position at number 110 in the UK's Top 200 Law Firms for 2020 sees it retain its place as the leading law firm in Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire. With offices in Grimsby, Lincoln, Beverley, Louth and Horncastle complemented by the firm's related Corporate Insolvency Business in Doncaster, Wilkin Chapman is also extremely proud of its 200 rankings in Legal 500, which is the most comprehensive directory of global law firms. Using extensive research combined with clients' experiences, Legal 500 has ranked Wilkin Chapman as among the best there is in the UK in 13 specialist areas, with a plethora of lawyers and partners praised for their excellent expertise, innovative approach and client service.


Our commitment to this is such that despite being the largest firm in the region, our charging rates are highly competitive. We want you to receive value for money and this is reflected in the high standard of service that you will receive from all of our staff. There won't be any hidden costs when you receive your bill. At the outset, we will explain to you the legal work that is required, the prospect of a successful outcome and the cost. We will keep you regularly informed and if unexpectedly the work is likely to exceed these costs we will inform you straight away before we proceed.


Life can be unpredictable and can take you in many different directions which is why you need a law firm you can depend on to provide you a solid foundation for your future. At Wilkin Chapman solicitors, we have been helping and advising clients on their private matters for over 100 years. Our expert solicitors can help you with everything from moving house or making a will through to managing trusts and tax planning. We are there to safeguard your wishes and support you through those big moments in your life.


Our approach to your business is crystal clear. We provide you with access to the best legal minds covering all areas of business law. We get inside your business to provide bespoke, pragmatic legal advice to meet the individual needs of your business. Our approach is to develop a working partnership with you and provide you with access to the legal experts to give you commercially practical advice to support your business. Our flexible teams are able to respond to the needs of our clients and with the resources to manage all size of transactions and matters for small to medium sized organisations as well as large multinational, you can be assured that we have all the legal expertise that you need at your fingertips.


Legal aid plays a vital role in helping to meet the costs of legal advice for those individuals who are most at risk of being excluded from our legal system. If you are eligible for legal aid, one of our legal experts will usually apply for legal aid on your behalf. If you qualify, the government pays your costs directly to us. Whether you qualify for legal aid is determined by your financial position and the strength of your case. In civil (non-criminal) cases you will have to provide details and evidence of your income, any benefits, savings and property, and those of your partner.