Freeman Box has grown from a two-partner firm of solicitors in 1981 to one of London’s most respected and well-established niche law firms.

Freeman Box combines their core traditional values of personal service, expert care and clarity of analytical thought, with the technological tools and commercial acumen required to meet the challenges that all progressive twenty-first century businesses face.

Each of our practice areas – Company & Commercial Law, Litigation, Property Law, Employment Law,  Intellectual Property Law, Matrimonial & Family Law, Licensing Law and Wills, Trusts & Probate – is partner-led and supported by our dedicated, creative and experienced staff, all of whom have the primary aim of providing a first-class service to each of our clients.

Our clients range  from the entrepreneurial individual to national and multi‑national corporations, including  supermarket and department store chains, airlines, numerous publicly quoted companies, leisure groups that comprise hotel, restaurant and wine bar chains and major UK-based and global property companies. Freeman Box has also acted for a number of high profile sportsmen and entertainment personalities across a variety of legal matters. 

By recognising the client need for clear, honest and jargon-free advice and having the ability to keep a frank and open dialogue with our clients throughout the entire legal process – be it a sale or acquisition of a large company or business, a divorce involving high net worth individuals or simply buying your first house – Freeman Box has been able to achieve consistent, market-leading results for over thirty years.

For more information, please telephone 020 7486 9041 or email our solicitors direct.

For guidance on costs and services, please refer to our Costs Information articles.

Freeman Box is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors' Regulation Authority (No. 48629). You can view the Authority’s rules here.

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Freeman Box is regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
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