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Harrison Drury Solicitors

We are delighted that Harrison Drury are our latest Business of the Week. Harrison Drury is an award-winning firm of solicitors with a passion and commitment to successfully advising clients.

Harrison Drury is an award-winning firm of solicitors with offices in Preston, Garstang, Lancaster, Kendal and Clitheroe.

Harrison Drury’s talented and multi-disciplined teams of like-minded lawyers are unwavering in their passion and commitment to successfully advising clients, which include multi-million pound organisations, owner-managed businesses and high net worth individuals.

At the heart of their approach is a core purpose that they make it possible, whether helping a client buy a competitor, set up a new company, make a will or helping a member of staff enjoy a successful career. Their reputation has made Harrison Drury a leading choice for business and private clients across the region, as well as talented legal people looking to enjoy and enhance their careers.

https://www.harrison-drury.com/

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