For nearly 50 years, we have been providing high-quality legal support to clients across Northern Ireland, maintaining a professional service that treats every client as an individual.
Located at Hill Street in the Cathedral Quarter, we are at the heart of Belfast with easy access to the Tribunal Building, the Royal Courts of Justice and the Laganside Court Complex.
We pride ourselves on our unrivalled commitment to clients’ needs. Over the years we have recovered millions of pounds in damages for people who have been injured at work, in road traffic accidents and in their every day lives; we have been at the forefront of ground-breaking litigation and judicial reviews; we have acted for large trade unions and professional bodies in vigorously pursuing their members' cases to achieve excellent results. We have experience in dealing with noise-induced hearing loss claims.
Our team covers the full spectrum of legal services, providing individuals, small businesses and charities with practical advice to resolve their problems.
Our Family and Matrimonial Department provides expert advice in divorce, dissolution of civil partnerships and financial settlements, and we represent clients in children’s law issues and domestic proceedings.
Our unique service the better way provides education, facilitation and mediation to commercial and 3rd sector organisations.
Edwards and Co. Solicitors is a company registered in Northern Ireland (registered number NI 638481), and with its registered office at 28 Hill Street , Belfast and is regulated by the Law Society of Northern Ireland.
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