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What our clients say - corporate law

Our corporate law solicitors pride themselves on achieving the best possible result for our clients, below is a range of comments from clients who have used our services. If you would like to speak us call on 01616 966 229 or complete our online enquiry form and a member of the team will contact you directly.​

"I want to thank you for all the help and expertise in helping us with our purchase. The constant support and advice from the firm was instrumental in the smooth acquisition, for which I am most grateful.

I have been hugely impressed by the expertise, energy and friendly approach of the team in getting the deal done and I do hope we can work together in the future." - Alex Hewitt - Chief Executive Officer, AOK Events

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"From the first email enquiry sent to Stephenson’s we have been impressed by the prompt, expert and friendly service we have received. Louise has been outstanding with her approach, advice, reliability and communication. We always felt valued as clients and that she truly had our best interests at heart. From early morning to late evening Louise has always been contactable via email and phone which is testament to her tireless dedication to her job. We cannot thank her enough. She will always be our first call should we require legal help in the future." - Autoquality Wigan Group Limited

“According to our experience we will never recommend another organisation to our relatives. In my opinion your organisation is very specialised and professional.” - Paul Van Oosterbus, Remondis Argentina

"We have worked with Stephensons on a number of joint transactions, and have always been impressed with their professionalism and ability to deliver within defined timescales." - Steve Bunker, Manager, Natwest Commercial Banking, Bolton 

"A totally professional client focussed practical law firm." Ian Theoblod, Co Founder of IDAT Business Advice People

“It was clear that I needed assistance with the legal aspects, but my previous experience of the legal profession was of solicitors who never take calls, and who respond only by means of written letters, which take weeks to produce. I needed somebody who could react quickly, helping me cut through the masses of legal jargon, and assist me in making what would probably be one of the most momentous decisions of my life.
 
Why Stephensons?

“In my years in business, I'd heard favourable comments about Stephensons, and as they clearly had a good reputation I decided to give them a call. My call was returned within the hour, and even in that very first informal conversation I was offered some valuable legal advice. I decided then to employ their services, and with hindsight I can see that it was definitely the right move to make.

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"I always felt Stephensons knew what I wanted to achieve, and felt that I could trust them to get the best deal that they could for me." Neil was also encouraged by the ease of communicating with his Legal Adviser on any aspect of the sale of his business, or indeed other related matters. "It was heartening to have a legal ally whom I could contact at any time. I was also pleased to see that Stephensons also embraced modern communications media, and it was clear that their dedicated staff were spending time at home in answering my various e-mails. This was something that I myself might do for a valued client, so it was refreshing to see a legal company adopt the same attitude to customer service.

“I would definitely recommend Stephensons to anybody requiring legal advice. I found their modern attitudes to service a refreshing change from my previous experience of the legal profession, and know that even now, some 12 months on, any queries will be dealt with promptly by a suitable specialist." - Neil Chorley, Founder of AC Computer Services Ltd

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