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History

Since Peacock Solicitors was founded in Wimbledon Village in 1991, we have gained a reputation for providing clear, practical and reliable legal advice throughout South West London and Surrey.

As a result, we have built a strong base of loyal clients, many of whom recommend our services to others. Many of our new clients come to us by personal referral either from existing clients or fellow professionals such as accountants, financial advisors, surveyors and estate agents.

In 2017, we opened a second office in Epsom, enabling us to offer clients from further afield our approachable service.

Our expert lawyers in Wimbledon and Epsom would be delighted to provide you with friendly, professional and cost-effective legal advice on both your personal and business matters.

Community

We endeavour to be part of the local community in the areas around our offices. We act for many local residents and businesses, and are involved with local events, associations and charities. We are delighted to be supporting Merton Giving, working to address inequality in our community, as our charity for 2020.

We also participate in St Raphael’s Hospice’s annual ‘Make Your Will’ fortnight and support The Link Cafe.

In Wimbledon, we are a Premier Member of the Merton Chamber of Commerce. We are also active members of the Wimbledon Village Business Association and have links with the Wimbledon Guild.

In Epsom, we are a member of the Surrey Chambers and are keenly involved within the Go Epsom business community, proudly founding the Epsom Property Business Network and involved in the running of the Epsom Business Breakfast.

We have also championed local groups including The Woodcote Millennium Green Trust and the Emily Davidson Memorial Project. Last year we supported the Love Me Love My Mind Christmas Carol Concert with the Met Police Choir and in 2018 were a sponsor of The Mayor’s Ball.

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