Solicitors in Sandbach

Butcher & Barlow LLP: Commercial and Domestic Law

Butcher & Barlow LLP are dedicated to providing legal solutions for the local, Sandbach community. For over 130 years, our firm has been helping businesses and people get the right outcome from their legal requirements, providing sound advice and guidance from a team of highly-trained solicitors.

If you would like to learn more about how the solicitors in our Sandbach branch – conveniently located in the town centre – can help you, please contact us by calling 01270 762 521 or filling out the simple contact form at the top of this page.

Personal Solicitors

When you work with the solicitors at Butcher & Barlow LLP on your legal matters, you can rest assured that you will receive a service that friendly yet effective. Though we have managed to expand our business through the years to over 10 branches and 150 staff, we have maintained the ethics of our founders.

Personal legal matters can be challenging, but we are here to help throughout the process and ensure the right resolution is achieved. Whether you require legal help regarding family matters such as divorce, or personal matters such as Wills and probate, setting up a trust or conveyancing matters, to setting up a trust, our team is here for you through every important life event.

Commercial Law Solicitors

We ensure any commercial matters are dealt with by our team of specialist commercial solicitors, which helps us stand out from other law firms. Our services stretch from dealing with commercial matters, including commercial property, agricultural and charity matters, and employment law, as well as much more in-between.

Contact Our Sandbach Branch

If you are looking for legal services in Sandbach, contact Butcher & Barlow LLP today. We can help resolve your issue in the right way.

You can contact us by calling 01270 762 521 or by filling out the contact form on this page.

Opening Times


Tuesday 8:30am-5pm
Wednesday 8:30am-5pm
Thursday 8:30am-5pm
Friday 8:30am-5pm


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