Peace Legal Are Accredited Solicitors With Over 25 Years Experience

There for you in uncertain times

At this time of national uncertainty, we’d like you to know that we have temporarily closed our offices as directed by the Government. We will however continue to operate in these uncertain times and do not envisage interruption to our legal services.

Our priorities are to those who are involved in court proceedings relating to their family, victims of domestic abuse and those involved in criminal investigations or proceedings. We also recognise the need for some people to put their affairs in order and if you have not made a will, please contact Claire or Ruth.

We’d like you to know that we aim to maintain functionality, service and our 25 year commitment to the communities we serve and to exceed client expectations as the weeks progress.

Thank you for your support. We will all get there together

We are contactable by phone as normal, and by email.

All the team at Peace Legal are currently in good health and we take our public duty in the fight against the spread of Covid 19 very seriously.

Our Solicitors and their admin teams are all working from home and are offering telephone and zoom meetings. Please try to use electronic communication wherever possible.

Peace Legal offer a wide range of legal services to suit you.

Peace Legal, now established for over 25 years initially consisted of four personnel: two lawyers and two support staff. Today, we have seven lawyers, one trainee lawyer and twelve support staff working from our offices in Wombwell, covering Barnsley, Rotherham and the Dearne Valley.

We can provide you with the following services for a competitive price: Conveyancing, Criminal Law, Childcare Law, Family Lawand Wills and Probate.

Frequently Asked Questions...

If you can't find the answer to your question then give our friendly team a ring on 01226 341 111, we're always happy to help.

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Can you give me a free estimate?

Yes, we can provide a free estimate for work. However, depending on the complexity of the case the final price may vary from the initial estimate.

Do I need a Will?

Ideally, every adult who has assets (property, money, goods etc) should think about making a Will. If you die without making a Will the “rules of intestacy” will apply and they may not make the provisions that you would have wanted and/or they may not make the provisions that are necessary.

Want to talk to a member of our team today?

Peace Legal Solicitors Call: 01226 341 111

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