Although our front door is closed, Hardmans is still operating and providing a service to the community.  In accordance with government guidelines, members of the public should only come in if they have a pre-arranged appointment.

During this difficult period you can contact us by telephone, as before, on 01304 373377 from 9am – 5pm Monday to Friday or email us on info@hardmans-law.co.uk

We are still taking on new instructions and conducting appointments on urgent and necessary matters, although these will be mainly by telephone, Skype or Zoom.  

We are also continuing to progress existing work and cases and please feel free to contact your individual solicitor about this.

Drop off zone
If you have documents to drop off at the office, please post through the letter box.
We will continue to provide legal services during this difficult time, but your safety and that of our team is our priority.
Should you need to contact us call 01304 373377 or email info@hardmans-law.co.uk.

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