A leading law firm in Kent

Established in East Kent in 1881, Girlings Solicitors is a well respected firm, authorised by the SRA (Solicitors Regulatory Authority), with offices in Canterbury, Ashford and Herne Bay.  We have a reputation for providing high standards of client care and offer a comprehensive range of legal service.  These include services for businesses (employment law/commercial law/commercial property/litigation/businessdebt recovery/) as well as for individuals (wills and probate/family law/conveyancing).  We are committed to keeping our clients fully informed and in the Latest section of our website you will find topical updates, articles, news and views from our legal specialists who are all experts in their fields.

 

Kent Solicitors

With contributions from our solicitors in Herne Bay, our solicitors in Canterbury and our solicitors in Ashford, as well as our other legal specialists, our Latest pages provide a wide range of news and comments on the law and legal practice.  They also provide an insight into our work as one of the leading law firms in Kent.  Our news covers a wide range of subjects with contributions from our family law solicitors, residential conveyancing,  litigation, probate solicitors, will solicitors, commercial law practice, commercial property, employment lawyers and more!

 

Events and Seminars

Throughout the year we also run events such as employment law seminars for HR professionals, managers and business owners as well as other networking events.  Details of these events and how to book can be found in the Latest section.

 

Working for the community in Ashford, Canterbury and Herne Bay

You can also find out the latest news of our work with the local community.  We take our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) very seriously and our contributions aim not only to bring us closer together as a firm but allow us to give something back and invest in the future of East Kent.  Our work in this area includes talks to local schools and universities, governance work for  local schools and providing pro bono work as a public service - that is work that is done voluntarily and without payment or some times at a reduced fee.

News, Events & Publications

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Jul 17
Is a spouse’s conduct relevant when dete...
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Jun 17
Girlings joins ‘Dementia Friendly’ campa...
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Jun 17
Buying a leasehold property? Make sure y...
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Jun 17
Girlings raise £3,795 for Pilgrims Hospi...
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Jun 17
Homeowners – Beware of Japanese Knotweed
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Jun 17
Top tips to protect your land and proper...
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Apr 17
Failure to control Japanese knotweed on...
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Mar 17
Ilott v The Blue Cross and Others
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Feb 17
Jack and Jill in Court - the case for pl...

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