Meet the solicitors who care.

Exceptional legal support is about more than expertise alone – it’s about receiving a personalised service that helps put your mind at ease. For that reason, Smith Partnership forgets the legal jargon and instead focuses on exceeding the expectations of our clients.

Recognised as a leading UK law firm, our private client and commercial solicitors offer extensive experience working across all areas of law.

Whether the issue relates to debt recovery, employment law, criminal law, clinical negligence, personal injury, commercial property or anything else, we provide the expert guidance you need to overcome any legal obstacle.

We’re proud to offer practical and straight-talking legal advice that sets us apart from the competition, focusing our services entirely around you. By putting our clients at the centre of the conversation, we’ve been entrusted to handle the legal matters of both individuals and businesses for more than thirty years.

With a network of offices situated in Derby, Leicester, Burton upon Trent, Stoke-on-Trent and Swadlincote, our team offers easy access to legal expertise across the East Midlands.

To find out more and to discuss your specific requirements, get in touch with us today.

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