DMA LAW CONSETT DMA Law has been providing mainstream legal services in the North East for over three decades. DMA Law has been providing mainstream legal services in the North East for over three decades.

We pride ourselves on our friendly approach and on treating everyone as an individual. In doing so we strive to provide the best possible service we can and the best possible results for our clients.

Due to our continued success and growth our Consett Office (formerly known as the Giles Hunter Partnership) is now undergoing a number of changes including a move to brand new premises!

Our Specialist Services:

• Family Law & Childcare

• Conveyancing & Moving House

• Making a Will & Life Planning

• Probate Solicitors

• Accident Claims & Personal Injury

• Criminal Law & Criminal Solicitors

• Dispute Resolution & Litigation

• Clinical Negligence

In the short term our Consett Office will be based at:

Offices 15 -16 Consett Innovation Centre, Ponds Court Business Park, Consett, DH8 5XP, Tel: 01207 590285

But we expect to reveal details of our new premises in the near future –  so watch this space!

Meet our Conveyancing Team

Our specialist property team includes our experienced property lawyers Helen Appleby and Lynda Sheehan and our amazing support team.

Together our Conveyancing team handle all types of residential property transactions including:

• Buying

• Selling

• Remortgages & additional mortgages

• Property transfers

• New build purchases

• Help to Buy purchases

• Right to Buy purchases

• Lost title deeds

• First Registration

For details of our competitive prices, or for a free informal chat with a member of the team, please get in touch quoting code: CONSETTMAG1

by telephone on 01207 590285 or via our website

Expert Legal Advice

Our Team of highly dedicated lawyers also offer specialist advice and representation in a wide range of legal fields.
Whatever your need is right now, we’re here to help.

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