Longlands Solicitors, formerly Longland Stansfield & Keeble, is one of the oldest established legal firms in Warrington, Cheshire dating back to 1896.
We have been caring for generations of our clients in Warrington, their families and their friends for 115 years.
Ian Burton-Baddeley came to the firm in 1980, was made a full equity partner in 1982 and remained in partnership with Ted Stansfield until 2002 when he retired. He has a wealth of legal experience and knowledge and enjoys problem solving when it comes to particularly difficult legal matters.
Heather Skidmore joined the firm in 2009 as a legal secretary straight from completing her Law Degree at The University of Liverpool. She qualified as a Solicitor in March 2015, and uses her knowledge from both a legal and administrative background to undertake legal work professionally, efficiently and to the highest standard.
In the early days, the firm operated out of 6 Egypt Street, we became busier and expanded into 2, 4 and 6 Egypt Street.
In 2002, we became "Longland Solicitors" and moved to Burtfield House at 39-41 Wilson Patten Street. We now reside at at 23 Wilson Patten Street in the centre of Warrington.
We believe in providing a service to clients which is open, fairly priced and of a high standard, so that clients believe and trust in us, often at the most stressful and difficult times in their lives.
We make it our mission to tackle any legal matter that we encounter head on, in our clients bests interests, while taking into account our clients instructions.
We aim to reduce the time it takes for matters to be completed, as well as assuring our clients that they can contact us should they need any assistance along the way.