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Bonnetts Solicitors

We provide a full range of legal services to individuals as well as to businesses ranging from the sole trader starting out to the multi-national company.

We know that every client is different, as are their needs and expectations and we measure our success only by the quality of the service we give each and every one of our clients. Commercial awareness, value for money and flexibility are at the heart of what we do and like any other business, we consider ours must be a continually improving and developing one.

Established in 1929, our firm has built its reputation on providing clear, no-nonsense advice at an affordable price. We act for locally and nationally based clients in the context of both personal and business law. 

We recognise that communication and speed of response is often as important to our clients as the in depth knowledge and technical skill of our team of specialist lawyers.

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Paul Wilkinson

Paul Wilkinson


Commercial Property

Call: 01344 379 244

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At all times, we ensure clients are fully aware of issues and developments as and when they arise.

We strive to ensure that our approach is proactive and don't hesitate to take control of a transaction to ensure our clients achieve their aims. Practical, commercial advice, often so lacking in the legal arena, underpins our approach wherever possible.

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New Office in Ascot

New Office in Ascot

We are delighted to announce the opening of our new head office in Ascot and the expansion of our existing Whitton office, as we move from our Hounslow and Sunninghill offices, which will both be closing.

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Review your Will - save inheritance tax!

Review your Will - save inheritance tax!

If your Will is professionally drafted by a solicitor, it is usually the case that it does not need to be amended unless your circumstances change. For example, you have a new grandchild to whom you decide that you would like to leave some money to. You may have separated from your partner who you have named in your will as a beneficiary or your Executors have died.