Our Alconbury office brings us closer to our clients in the agricultural heartlands and all important A14/A1 corridors
Solicitors in Alconbury
The Incubator, Alconbury Weald Enterprise Campus
Tel: 01480 587099
Please note we do not offer legal aid.
Monday - Thursday: 09:00 - 17:30
Friday: 09:00 - 17:30
Sitting in a prime location close to Alconbury and Huntingdon, with connections via rail and road routes to all points of the compass, our new East Anglia office is ideally positioned to serve businesses and individuals along the A14/A1 corridor and into East Anglia.
The office is home to a team of solicitors with strengths in a variety of fields including agriculture, development, property, litigation, private client and family law.
Roythornes Solicitors in Alconbury offers expert legal services to private clients and businesses in the Alconbury and Huntingdon area. Our reputation is built on providing a partner-led, practical approach, combining our breadth and depth of legal expertise with a focus on treating each client as an individual.
We work with everyone from major blue-chip companies and established family businesses to new startups, as well as a private individuals and their families. Our expertise is reflected in our membership of a wide range of organisations related to our work, including the British Frozen Food Federation The Food and Drink Forum, the National Farmers Union and the Royal Forestry Society.
Our solicitors in Alconbury offer legal services covering a wide range of expertise, including agriculture, development, property, litigation, private client and family law.
We are one of the UK’s leading agricultural law firms with many years’ experience helping farmers and other agricultural landowners to deal with their legal issues.
Common agricultural law issues we deal with include:
- farming tenancies;
- the Single Farm Payment Scheme;
- Common Agricultural Policy payments;
- Health and Safety Executive and Environment Agency prosecutions;
- planning; and
- tax, subsidies, trusts and inheritance tax.
Property development law
Our property development solicitors in Alconbury are market leaders in providing legal services for property developers. Our team includes experts in planning, environmental law and dispute resolution, helping to ensure that your development projects move ahead smoothly.
We regularly act for:
- property owners; and
Our family law solicitors support clients in all legal issues relating to their families. We understand that these issues can often be highly emotive, which is why our team focuses on dealing with clients with sensitivity and clarity, to help minimise the stress and upset than can arise.
Our lawyers are experts in dispute resolution, working to find non-confrontational solutions to family legal issues wherever possible. However, we are also fully prepared to represent you in court where this is the best or only option.
Our family law services include:
- divorce and relationship breakdown;
- pre-nuptial agreements and co-habitation agreements;
- custody and visitation rights;
- adoption; and
- dealing with issues relating to domestic violence.
Litigation is the process of resolving disputes between companies and/or individuals. Roythornes’ solicitors in Alconbury/Huntingdon are experts at dispute resolution, including both non-confrontational approaches, such as a collaborative law that take place outside of court, and representing clients in court.
Our team can help you pursue, or defend yourself from, litigation, finding the fastest and best legal solutions that protect your interests. We will listen to your concerns and objectives and make sure we give you the best possible chance of achieving a satisfactory outcome.
Useful resources for you in Alconbury and Huntingdon
Alconbury is part of Huntingdonshire District, making the Huntingdon District Council the local authority for the village and civil parish of Alconbury.
The Citizens Advice Bureau offers a good starting point for information about a variety of issues. It can be useful for getting a general understanding of a subject before approaching a solicitor for more in-depth help.
The Government’s Court and Tribunal Finder allows you to find your nearest local courts and tribunals based on your postcode.