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About Ashton KCJ

Businesses only survive and thrive if they deliver what their clients and customers want. At Ashton KCJ, our aim is to be a firm you are proud to call ‘your solicitors’ and are happy to recommend to others. This means:

  • making sure we communicate with you promptly, in the way that suits you best
  • having lawyers who are approachable and friendly as well as technically and commercially astute
  • ensuring our costs are transparent and fair
  • providing practical solutions to your legal needs.

Whether you are a commercial client or an individual client, and whatever your legal needs, our focus is on always delivering first class legal advice with exceptional service.

With offices in Bury St Edmunds, Cambridge, Felixstowe, Ipswich, Norwich and Thetford we are ideally placed to assist clients throughout East Anglia. In practice, however, we also help people in many other parts of the country.

Our aim, in every respect, is to be “where clients come first”.

Who regulates us?

Ashton KCJ is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (Recognised Body number 45826).

Provision of Services Regulations 2009

Ashton KCJ carries world-wide coverage for professional indemnity insurance in accordance with the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s Minimum Terms and Conditions.

Its insurers are: QBE Insurance (Europe) Limited, whose contact details are: 

Gary Oldroyd / Simon Field 
Bond Pearce LLP,
3 Temple Quay,
Temple Back East,
BS1 6DZ.    

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