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We’re here for the
ups and downs of life.

Click here to see our range of services.
Berin Jones, Private Client Partner

We’re here for the
ups and downs of
your business.

Call me today on 0161 761 4611 to discuss your requirements.
Michael Shroot, Partner

Family life can have
its ups and downs.

We are here to help. Call one of our specialists today.
David Connor, Private Client Partner

  • Legal advice for businesses

    From starting a business, growing a business, reorganising a business to exiting a business, Woodcocks Haworth and Nuttall can help you throughout your business journey. We act for small, medium and large businesses throughout the North and the UK, and also have a dedicated commercial property division.
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  • Legal advice for individuals & families

    Woodcocks Haworth and Nuttall retains an enviable reputation for its legal advice to individuals and families. From moving house, making a will, financial advice to dealing with an accident or death in the family, our solicitors offer an expert, friendly and sympathetic service.
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WHN Solicitors
Here for the ups and downs.

Individuals, families and businesses have their ups and downs. Whether moving house, suffering a relationship breakdown or starting and growing a business, they are all matters that require expert legal advice.

Woodcocks, Haworth and Nuttall Solicitors is here to help. From offices in Accrington, Bacup, Blackburn, Bury, Great Harwood, Haslingden and Rawtenstall, we have over 100 people made up of partners, lawyers and support staff committed to helping clients when they need it the most.

If you would like to know more about the firm, have a look through the website or if you would like to discuss a particular matter, call one of our offices today. Our specialist people are here, ready to help.

WHN Solicitors: Here for the ups and downs

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