As a leading law firm in Cambridge, Bedford, Milton Keynes and Sandy, our key objective is to deliver pragmatic solutions whilst maintaining our ‘client first’ philosophy.
Although our origins can be traced back to the 1800s, we are known for our progressive and forward-thinking approach to legal advice as well as for adopting a holistic approach to the needs of our clients.
With offices across Bedfordshire (Bedford, Sandy, and covering Kempston, Potton and Biggleswade), Buckinghamshire (Milton Keynes) and Cambridgeshire (Cambridge), Woodfines Solicitors are at the heart of the community offering a wide range of legal advice, delivered by a team of lawyers in a friendly and approachable manner.
In Cambridge, the firm now brings together the former firms of Ginn & Co and Matthews, Winter and Bullock.
“Approachable and efficient, understanding and professional.”
Woodfines is committed to promoting equality and treating everyone with the same consistently high level of respect, courtesy and attention irrespective of age, disability, gender, marital status, race, racial group, colour, ethnic origin, nationality, religion or belief, sexual orientation, working pattern or any other protected characteristics.
Woodfines maintains professional indemnity insurance in accordance with the rules of the Solicitors Regulatory Authority. Details of the insurers and the territorial coverage of the policy are available for inspection at our offices.
Woodfines Solicitors is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, number 439262.
Woodfines’ registered office: 16 St Cuthbert’s Street, Bedford, MK40 3JG. Registered No. OC316334. VAT registration number 335222977. Woodfines is a trading name of Woodfines LLP.
Woodfines LLP is registered in England and Wales.
On this website and generally where there is a reference to “partner” this indicates a member of Woodfines LLP or an employee or consultant with equivalent standing and qualifications. A list of members’ names is available for inspection at our registered office.