About Hewitts Solicitors
Hewitts has served the local community for more than 60 years. As one of the longest established law firms in the North East, our partners, consultants and associates work together in dedicated legal teams.
We have endeavoured to provide as much information as possible on our website about the areas of law we cover.
However, if you cannot find what you are looking for please do not hesitate to contact your nearest branch or our head office in Bishop Auckland on 01388 604691.
Our team will be delighted to advise you further.
Our Promise To You
Many people are reluctant to speak to solicitors for a number of reasons but unnecessary delays can make the situation worse.
As part of Hewitts commitment to our clients, we offer a free initial telephone consultation to discuss your problem and explain where you stand. If we believe legal proceedings are not in your best interests we will advise you not to go ahead. If you have a case, and wish to proceed, we will give you a clear quote of the cost. And if your case is eligible for legal aid you can leave the arrangements to us.
What We Do
Hewitts For Business
Hewitts for the community
Hewitts Solicitors offer a 25% discount on family law services if you are a member of staff or volunteer of certain agencies.
Hewitts Solicitors are proud to be members of Armed Forces Legal Action. For those who qualify we offer a discount on our fees on all services that we provide.
The core of being a good solicitor is having a strong desire to help people. We help with your legal, family and business matters. We believe there is power in communities as people join together to make strong teams that get things done.
Hewitts Solicitors has a strong team of over 80 staff, making us one of the largest legal firms in the North East.
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207 Newgate Street
Phone: 01388 604691
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