George Ide LLP is an independent full service legal practice providing clients with quality legal advice and representation, at a reasonable cost, in today’s challenging economic environment. Established in 1966 and working from two offices in the Chichester area we are one of the largest and most diverse law firms in the area.
Our solicitors pride themselves on delivering dependable, expert advice and services both within the local community and throughout the UK. We aim to forge strong, trusting relationships with clients in both private and commercial spheres and believe that when you have George Ide on your side your private legal interests, or those of your business, will always be handled with confidence and expertise.
You will find us to be forward thinking, open and friendly – with an entrepreneurial approach to business related matters and a sensitive, caring manner in relation to difficult personal issues. Whether you need a company sale or acquisition, once you have instructed George Ide, you can feel confident of receiving the very best legal advice and representation.
Our business and commercial team works extensively for local and national companies, a range of SMEs, landowners, farmers, property developers and investors. Our firm has strong, longstanding ties with local estate agents, landlords and estates as well as many other types of business and enterprise.
Our first-rate private client department houses partners and solicitors specialising in family law, wills, trusts and probate matters. Alongside this, we have a well-established personal injury and clinical negligence practice which is recognised as being one of the best in its field.
Unusually for a law firm we have an in-house investment advice department, headed by one of our partners, which advises upon an ever-growing portfolio of investments for a wide range of private investors and trusts.
We openly publish our firm’s values, welcome feedback and relish the opportunity to interact with new and existing clients wherever we can be of assistance.