Spire has roots in East Anglia dating back over 250 years – so we know a thing or two about our county and keeping abreast of change.
Spire Solicitors LLP was established in 2013, following the merger of three of Norfolk’s most established law firms – Greenland Houchen Pomeroy Solicitors (GHP), Hood Vores & Allwood Solicitors (HVA) and Overbury Steward Eaton & Woolsey Solicitors (Overburys).
As a result, Spire Solicitors LLP is now one of the largest legal firms in the region. With head offices in the heart of Norwich city centre, we also boast an unrivalled regional presence across the county, with offices in market towns throughout Norfolk including Attleborough, Aylsham, Dereham, Diss, Watton and Wymondham.
We offer a comprehensive range of legal advice and our dedicated team of qualified partners, solicitors, legal executives and paralegals work hand-in-hand with our clients to deliver a friendly and personal service that is tailored to meet the needs of our clients across the county.
Spire Solicitors Christmas Rooftop Runner Tech Competition!
Gear up for the festive season with Spire Solicitors LLP’s latest holiday extravaganza! Following from last year, we are pleased to re-introduce our branded Christmas Rooftop Runner game for...
Spire Solicitors LLP Launches Christmas Trees for Schools Competition
Spire Solicitors LLP is excited to announce a heart-warming initiative that’s set to bring the festive spirit to local schools . The “Christmas Trees for Schools” competition, aimed...
Commercial Update 102 – Leaseholds and the Kings Speech
This week, following the first King’s speech by King Charles III, what caught my eye was the proposed Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill which represents the second stage in reforms...
Autumn Statement: National Insurance Cuts, Business Expensing, AI Boost, Economic Growth Concerns, and Silence on Inheritance Tax
The Chancellor’s autumn statement ended with a flourish when Jeremy Hunt closed his speech by pulling a two per cent cut to the national insurance rate for employees out of...