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Solicitors in Dudley

Banahan Tennant Partnership Limited
Hawkins Hatton Buildings
Castle Court 2
Castlegate Way

Dudley
Waterford

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The Banahan Tennant Partnership Limited is a new law firm, but with experienced solicitors. Its two partners - Michael Banahan and Tony Tennant - both have the benefit of over 30 years experience as solicitors across many areas of the law, but they specialise on the following:
Residential Property, Commercial Property, Wills, Probate(administering of estates).

But please bear in mind that as experienced solicitors they are able to advise on many other areas of the law - not simply those listed above. They also have extensive knowledge of Dudley and the surrounding areas (for example: Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Wombourne, Sedgley, Swindon, Trysull, Seisdon, Bridgnorth, Kingswinford, Tipton, Stourbridge, Walsall, Willenhall, West Bromwich and Kidderminster). This can come in useful, especially when it comes to the issues that affect the property market in our area - such as mineshafts. We look forward to hearing from you!

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