During these unprecedented and challenging times, we would like to inform you that we are committed to continue to provide a high quality service.
We are following government guidelines daily to mitigate the spread of coronavirus and therefore, we would be grateful if in the first instance you would contact us either by email or telephone rather than attending the office in person.
If you are feeling unwell please do not visit our offices. We will be operating on an "appointment only" basis at the present time.
We understand this will have implications for all, however please be assured that we are doing all we can to support our staff, clients and other visitors.
Cox & Hodgetts was formed in 1989 by the merger of two long standing neighbouring Evesham firms of Solicitors, namely Byrch Cox & Son, circa 1750, and Cross & Hodgetts, circa 1926.
Firmly established in the historic market town of Evesham, we are a general practice offering advice and representation over a wide range of legal matters, such as
- Commercial concerns, including buying or selling Commercial Freehold or Leasehold premises, granting, accepting or assigning Business Leases,
Residential Estate acquisition and development, Option and Promotion Agreements, Overage and Agricultural matters including Farm Sales and Acquisitions and Farm Business Tenancies.
- Residential Conveyancing, including the buying and selling of Freehold and Leasehold properties and all related Mortgage requirements, Lease Extensions and Equity Release Schemes.
- Private Client affairs, including making a Will, obtaining a grant of Probate, obtaining a grant of Letters of Administration,
post death Deeds of Variation, Trusts, Enduring Powers of Attorney and Lasting Powers of Attorney.
- General Litigation, including Dispute Resolution, compensation for injury or loss, matrimonial and family matters, Contested Probate, Employment related issues and challenging or defending Enforcement Notices.
Our aim is to offer our clients high quality legal advice with a personal service at a fair cost.|