We are a local firm of solicitors that have been established since 1881 and are an innovative and dynamic law firm based in Ipswich, Felixstowe and Colchester. We offer legal services to both individuals and business clients in East Anglia.

We divide our services into two legal key groups;

* Business legal services – Our efficient and cost-effective commercial lawyers offer comprehensive business services which include;
– Commercial property – Construction law
– Business services – Employment law & HR Services
– Legal audit / review – Intellectual property and IT
– Business disputes – Debt Recovery
– Landlord service – Business wealth management

* Personal legal services – Exceptional client service and a commitment to providing good value for money lies at the heart of our services tailored to meet the needs of private individuals and families. Our services include;

– Family divorces – Social services and childcare
– Wills, LPA, Probate and Trusts
– Conveyancing
– Employment law
– Dispute Resolution/, Litigation

Why is Kerseys different to other law firms?

Our approach to our work is based on our core values which are;
– To give our clients the best possible service and a positive experience of working with us.
– To develop the skills and enthusiasm of our employees and partners, so that they can all fulfil their maximum potential.
– To be a part of, and contribute to, the character and spirit of the local community.

Kerseys has the Lexcel Quality Standard, provided by the Law Society. This means that we are tested annually for performance in seven key areas which include client care, case management, risk management and much more!

We are available 09:00 to 17:15, Monday to Friday.

Address & Contact

Our Address

10 Victoria Street, Felixstowe, Suffolk, IP11 7ER

GPS

51.961905663057, 1.351357050181

Telephone

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