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We hope you will discover that at Ellis-Fermor & Negus we are passionate about providing all our clients, businesses, charities and individuals with high quality legal solutions coupled with a distinctive service that treats people as individuals with individual needs.

Our stated mission is to establish a lifelong relationship with all our clients by anticipating and responding to their needs for quality legal services. We trust our practice matches our aims and certainly our growth from a one man enterprise in 1893 into a regional firm with 4 offices across the East Midlands, at Ripley and Belper in Derbyshire, Beeston in Nottingham and Long Eaton on the borders of Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire suggests many of our clients agree.

If you live near one of our offices why not come in to discuss your legal requirements with us? If you are not able to come in to one of the offices you can fill in our online form and we will endeavour to provide you with a response within 24 hours (weekdays only).

 

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