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Solicitors in Cotteridge

Davisons solicitors Cotteridge is located on the Pershore Road, 4.5 miles south of Birmingham City Centre. Pershore Road runs through the middle of Cotteridge connecting the town to Birmingham and places further afield. We are close to the Kings Norton Railway Station, a major commuter route into the city.

With over 30 years’ experience working with the local property market, our solicitors know what makes Cotteridge unique. Our law firm has established links with estate agents and other professionals in the area, and we know what searches to carry out and what details to look for when buying property.

Our solicitors also specialise in wills and probate. Whether you would like to make a will or you wish to update an existing will, we are here to help you. In addition, we offer a range of family and matrimonial services. Our head of the matrimonial department, Nesheela Nazir, is primarily based in our Cotteridge office. Nesheela has extensive experience in matters involving divorce, separation, pre-nuptial agreements, living together agreements, cohabitee disputes, financial separation, domestic violence injunctions and private law children disputes.

We are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, which ensures our highly experienced solicitors meet the high standards set by the SRA.

Our solicitors in Cotteridge pride ourselves in delivering exceptional legal advice and excellent service for our clients.

To find out how we can help you, call and speak to a member of the team on 0808 304 7471 or leave an enquiry via our website.

More about our Cotteridge Office

Cotteridge is surrounded by Selly Oak, Bournville, Kings Norton and Kings Heath which makes our office easily accessible to clients both locally and in nearby areas.

Historically, Cotteridge dates back to 1317. Back then it was a rural area referred to as Cotteruge. Cotteridge, as it is known today, is of Victorian origin. With the construction of canals and Kings Norton Railway Station came industry including papermaking, metal works and chemical works. The railway connected Cotteridge to Birmingham and led to Cadbury building a chocolate factory in neighbouring Bournville in 1879.

By the turn of the 20th century, Cotteridge had established itself as a bustling residential area with a thriving community. There were eight grocery shops, five butchers, four greengrocers, two chemists, two tobacconists, three dressmakers, a tailor and other self-sufficient trades. There were two large-scale employers in Cotteridge itself: Grant’s the Builders and Hudson’s Tube Works.

Today Cotteridge is still a bustling town with plenty of green space. The shopping centre has a mixture of local and national brands, restaurants and cafes. Cotteridge Park, in the town centre, is popular for walking and cycling, and attractions like Cadbury World and Birmingham City Centre also make Cotteridge a sought-after location for families.

Nearby King’s Norton Business Centre is a prime business location in south Birmingham, and it is home to both national and international businesses. Over the years, some exciting and independent businesses have also emerged as a result of the area becoming popular among buyers who also want to be located near places like Moseley and Harbourne.

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