Coronavirus (Covid-19)

It’s business as usual for us…
just from a distance.

The health and welfare of our clients, visitors and staff is of paramount importance to us, and in light of the current situation, we wanted to reassure you that whilst we are taking measures to mitigate the risk of spreading infection, we are continuing to serve all our clients with the same level of care and attention, as always.

In line with the advice of the government, our staff will continue to work as normal from the safety of their homes during this time using our secure remote network. You can continue to contact us on all of the usual telephone numbers and we can port your call to any member staff, regardless of where they are currently working.

If you have an appointment to see us, we shall contact you directly to either re-arrange the date or discuss your requirements over the telephone whenever possible.

Our offices are currently closed, but the letterbox on the front of the offices is available for any items you wish to drop off. We shall ensure they reach the appropriate person as usual.

We sincerely hope that we will be in a position to return to our normal working environment as soon as possible and wish all our clients the best of health during this difficult time.

If you have any concerns or wish to discuss anything with us, please do not hesitate to call us on 01543 442 100.

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Welcome to Adcocks. We are a niche firm of solicitors based in Lichfield and have a long history of providing legal advice to clients across the Midlands, especially in the Black Country. Adcocks can trace its roots back to 1910, when Leonard Hedley Adcock was admitted as a solicitor and started practice in West Bromwich.

From those early days our reputation has become firmly established and 106 years later we are still acting for clients from our base at West Bromwich. We recognise that the legal landscape has changed dramatically over the last 110 years. But our core values remain the same. We represent clarity, integrity, professionalism and reliability. Our ethos is to provide our clients with clear, focussed and practical advice to ensure that we achieve their objective in an efficient and cost effective way.