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What we do

Darlingtons are a law firm with offices on the North West London/Hertfordshire borders with a second office in Central London. The firm offers a one stop shop for clients seeking high quality, experienced and specialist legal advice whether for business or personal legal issues and requirements.

About us

The firm was set up in 1999 father and son solicitors David and James Swede. David was previously the Managing Partner of a top 50 Central London law firm and James had trained and qualified at that firm. This background enabled the Swedes to attract top legal talent and to establish a firm offering the highest standards and ability to deal with legal transactions or issues from small to sizeable.

The firm has grown steadily year on year with 50 staff now operating from excellent offices and with a very dynamic approach reflecting the huge changes to legal practice and clients perceptions and demands of lawyers in the digital, internet age.

Areas of law covered include corporate/commercial, commercial and residential property, litigation and disputes, family law, divorce, wills, probate, trusts, immigration ad employment law.

Darlingtons are well known for a high quality digital presence and our website has received several awards including a highly sought after Certificate of excellence in the legal category from the international website award competition, webaward.org.


For the latest legal sector insights and information the firm has an active law blog – visit http://www.darlingtons.com/blog.

Ask us a question

Please get in touch to talk to us about any legal issue or requirement – enquiries@darlingtons.com.

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