Station Road, Sidcup
Woolsey Morris and Kennedy has now been serving the community from its Sidcup offices for 60 years. The original firm was formed in central London in 1914. The firm attracts individuals and businesses from across South East London and Kent, including Bexleyheath, Bexley, Welling, Eltham, New Eltham, Chislehurst, Orpington, Bromley and beyond.
On 15th May 1942 the firm's central London offices were destroyed by enemy action but thankfully without injury or loss of life to any of its staff. Fifteen years later in 1957 Woolsey Morris and Kennedy opened a branch office in Sidcup and in 1974 the success and expansion of the Sidcup Office led to the central London office being absorbed into it.
Our legal expertise
Woolsey Morris & Kennedy has always put clients first with a focus and attention on making our clients feel comfortable and supported whilst offering very high professional expertise.
Many clients have come to us following a glowing recommendation from existing clients.
Whether you need personal or business advice, our experienced and friendly professionals and staff are here to help you.
As well as decades of combined experience, we have a number of accreditations and professional memberships, including the Law Society Conveyancing Quality Scheme and Lexcel, the legal practice quality mark for firms that offer the highest standards of client care.
Our legal services for individuals include:
- Residential property
- Family law
- Wills, trusts & probate
- Estate administration
- Powers of Attorney
- Court of Protection
- Equity release
- Employment law for employees
Our legal services for business include:
How to reach us
We are currently a 3 partner firm with 34 staff members in a very convenient location with excellent transport links into London and Kent. We are a few minutes’ walk from Sidcup train station; there is a bus stop outside the office; and, for those clients driving, parking at the rear of our office.
For further directions and contact details, please visit our Solicitors in Sidcup, Kent page.