Our aim is to provide high-quality and cost-effective partner led legal solutions to a broad range of business affairs and personal matters.

We understand our clients’ requirements and listen to their needs. Whether you need advice as a private individual or in relation to a trust, partnership, company or charity, we are here to help.

Contact Details

  Website
  City Holborn
  Postcode WC1N 3DF
  Address 7-8 Great James Street
  Phone Number 020 7404 7001
  Fax 020 7404 7002

Products & Services

We can advise on the form of business entity which is suitable for your business, whether a company, an old-style partnership, a Limited Liability Partnership, or as a sole trader.

Whichever business model is right for you, we can help with the preparation of your formation documents. If you are going into business with others, we can advise on your joint venture arrangements.

Care should be taken in formulating employment contracts and staff handbooks to ensure compliance with statutory requirements and to protect your business and we can help with this.


Monro Wright & Wasbrough LLP can help and advise companies as well as individuals on contract disputes, debt recovery, insolvency, bankruptcy and winding up proceedings, professional negligence, professional discipline and partnership disputes.

Because we ensure that we understand our clients’ commercial and individual objectives we work with them to use the appropriate dispute resolution process – including litigation if necessary – to achieve those objectives. Our team is experienced in acting for parties in disputes in all civil courts in England and Wales. We can also advise on arbitration, neutral evaluation and mediations.


We can help and advise on all aspects relating to family law including divorce and separation, children, finance and related matters.

We can also advise unmarried couples and civil partners if they are in dispute over finances or children. We always seek to encourage resolution of disputes through non-confrontational means, such as mediation, collaborative family practice or conventional negotiations. We know that a breakdown in a relationship is usually traumatic and we seek not to compound the problem but to help resolve it.


We are available to assist in all the legal aspects of the relationship between employers and employees and we act for both.

We advise on the creation of employment contracts, whether for the appointment of a director or senior manager, or a standard form of contract for more junior employees.

We also advise on the preparation of Staff Handbooks, complying in particular with current practice regarding disciplinary and competency procedures and grievances.