Morr & Co Wimbledon

Wimbledon Solicitors

Our Wimbledon office is fully operational. The Morr & Co team in Wimbledon support businesses, individuals and families across a wide range of legal services.

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About our Wimbledon solicitors

Our Wimbledon solicitors advise private clients, families and businesses on the full range of legal services. 

Morr & Co's team of solicitors in Wimbledon provide individuals and businesses with advise on:

For businesses, our Wimbledon solicitors advise on:

Local events in Wimbledon

As a leading law firm in Wimbledon, Morr & Co pride ourselves on being part of the local community, and we support a number of local charities and enjoy sponsoring and participating in numerous community events, such as the annual Wimbledon Fair.

We also run regular networking events and seminars for the local business community and we are passionate about being part of the borough's  thriving business community.
 

About the Wimbledon area

Our location gives us a great base for serving our clients in central and South West London. In addition, it is accessible for our clients branching into the Surrey, Middlesex and other London boroughs.

Contact the Wimbledon Office

Frequently Asked Questions

Visitor parking is available on site by prior arrangement. Please book your space when making an appointment. 

The closest station is Wimbledon which is a short walk from the office.

Our Wimbledon office is open between the hours of 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, from Monday through to Friday. The office is closed on Saturday and Sunday.

Our Wimbledon office has helped protect against COVID-19 by providing hand sanitisation stations. Our team are happy to accommodate the use of masks upon request.

Please visit our contact page for further information. Alternatively, please call our Wimbledon office on 020 8971 1020 or reach out via email: [email protected]

Make an enquiry

Whether you need a quote, have a question, or would like to get in touch with one of our team, please fill out the form below and someone will get back to you as soon as possible.

Please choose from the below options so that we can direct your enquiry to the right team member

Sorry, we do not provide criminal law advice.

You may wish to contact your local Citizens Advice Bureau or your local Law Centre, who will be able to help you find support.

Sorry, we do not provide advice on consumer disputes.

You may wish to contact your local Citizens Advice Bureau or your local Law Centre, who will be able to help you find support.

Sorry, we do not provide advice on benefits related disputes.

You may wish to contact your local Citizens Advice Bureau or your local Law Centre, who will be able to help you find support.


Please note that we are currently only providing this service to our existing clients.

You should bear in mind that if your dispute is valued at less than £10,000 you will not be able to recover your legal fees from your opponent.

You may wish to consider consulting the Citizens Advice Bureau or your local Law Centre as an alternative.

In order to enable us to give you an accurate estimate of our likely costs to advise you, we will need to review the key documents. As a guide, our costs for reviewing the key documents and giving you initial advice are likely to be in the region of £1,750+VAT.

Before we can confirm whether we are able to act for you, we need to carry out a conflict check to make sure that we have not previously acted for your opponent.

Assuming our conflict check is clear, we will contact you to arrange a time for you to speak to one of our solicitors. Please can you confirm that you still wish to proceed with this enquiry. *

Our fees for debt recovery work typically start at £1,750 + VAT, so it is unlikely that we would be able to help you on this occasion. You may wish to contact the Citizens Advice Bureau or your local law centre, who may be able to help resolve your issue.

We are sorry that we are not able to help you on this occasion.

You may wish to contact the Citizens Advice Bureau or your local law centre, who may be able to help resolve your issue.

If your claim relates to an incident that took place more than 4 years ago, you may not be able to bring a claim unless you were under 18 years old at the time.

We are sorry, but it is unlikely that we are able to help you with your claim on this occasion.

You may wish to contact the Citizens Advice Bureau or your local law centre, who will be able to help you find support.

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Our contact form is currently down, please send your enquiry to [email protected] or call us on '01737 854 500'

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