Wallace Robinson and Morgan have been making sense of legal issues since 1855 and are now based in the Solihull and Birmingham area of the West Midlands. We offer a wide range of legal services to both individuals and companies from our offices located in Solihull and Dorridge. All our solicitors work closely to ensure that their individual expertise works to our clients' benefit. We aim to deliver a personal, professional service and value the loyalty of our clients.
- Solihull & South Birmingham
|Address||4 Drury La|
|Phone Number||012 1705 7571|
|Fax||0121 705 9512|
Products & Services
Our team resolves issues in a constructive way to secure the best possible outcomes for clients. We can often help you settle your family disputes out of court, but if court proceedings are necessary we have the expertise and experience to guide you through the process and we will take the robust approach called for.
We can advise you on:
Divorce and separation
Financial negotiations, including Pensions on divorce.
Cohabitation agreements and disputes
Rights of grandparents
Change of name deeds
We can help you with all types of litigation matters, including:
Challenging a Will and all contentious probate matters.
Claims for a share of a property
Boundary and Neighbour disputes.
Landlord and Tenant disputes (Commercial and Residential)
Partnership or Shareholder disputes
Court of Protection issues
We have used this firm now for 3 seperate conveyancing transactions and cannot praise their attentive, polite and extremely helpful approach highly enough. They are quick to respond to all enquiries and very efficient in executing all aspects of the transactions. I would not hesitate in recommending them. 1st class service.
I cannot recommend highly enough. We have always used the Dorridge office for conveyancing, Asia and Jean are always professional and friendly and go above and beyond to deliver a 5* service. Thank you Wallace Robinson & Morgan!
Kathryn Ferris, ably assisted by secretary Sharon, represented me in my divorce. Kathryn belongs to a select group of lawyers specialising in the 'Collaborative' approach. This is ideal if your ex-partner's lawyer is also a Collaborative specialist (which mine wasn't) but has benefits in proceeding without acrimony. Kathryn's style is not 'raging bull,' more a quiet determination. Throughout the protracted proceedings I had regular meetings with Kathryn. I found her to be a considerate and attentive listener, a prolific note writer, always seeking clarification when necessary and then dispensing excellent advice. Subsequently I would receive an accurate reflection of the meeting by post. At our next meeting which might be weeks later, Kathryn was well prepared, well briefed, ready to go, as if picking up from the day before. Divorce is a traumatic thing. I have no hesitation in recommending Kathryn, assisted by secretary Sharon, in helping you through it. Not the cheapest solicitor available, but a considerate and attentive advocate.
They dealt with my redundancy paperwork. I still have no idea of all the legalise, but thankfully that is what they are paid for and they do it very well.
From Our Website
Paul is the legal advisor to a nationwide member organisation representing the interests of small businesses and to a large motor dealer and is proud to have fostered decades-long relationships with many of his clients. He has a wealth of experience over many areas of work and some of his particular speciality areas include the sale and purchase of dental practices, high value commercial leases and advising property developers on the acquisition of sites and sale of development properties. Paul is an accredited member of the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS).He is also an accredited member of the Law Society's Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme (WIQS).