Ross and Craig

DMH Stallard
6 New Street Square
New Fetter Lane

Ross & Craig Solicitors has merged with DMH Stallard

In November 2015, Ross & Craig Solicitors became part of leading mid-market London and South-East law firm DMH Stallard – and is now known as DMH Stallard. The former Ross & Craig partners and staff have moved from their long-standing offices in Marylebone to DMH Stallard’s existing London office in New Street Square. The merger allows the combined firm to continue to serve its growing client base of individuals and businesses throughout London and the South-East with an even broader range of specialist legal services.

We offer a full range of specialist legal services for both individuals and businesses. Our exceptional personal law service will help you plan, protect and achieve the very best outcomes for you and your family. Our commercial lawyers make it their business to know your business, delivering results and adding value whether you’re an established market leader or an ambitious start-up.

DMH Stallard – with the addition of Ross & Craig – is a London law firm that offers value for money legal services which are partner-led and results-oriented. Our lawyers’ experience covers the full range of commercial and business law.

Our areas of expertise include residential conveyancing, wills and inheritance, divorce and other family disputes, commercial property, employment law, corporate and commercial, as well as dispute resolution.

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