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Welcome to Larcomes Solicitors

Larcomes’ roots go back to a family firm of solicitors, established in Portsmouth in the 1880s.

Larcomes are experienced commercial and family law solicitors with offices in Portsmouth and Waterlooville. We have a well-established reputation for our friendly service and are always on hand for our clients, providing personal and business legal advice.

Each and every member of our team of professionals is a specialist in their respective field. So whatever your individual or business legal requirement, when you talk to Larcomes you can be sure of expert advice.

Our Legal Services

We provide services for both individuals and business, use the options below to find out more information. If you have any questions then please do not hesitate to contact us using the options available.

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Services For You

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Services For Business

Why Choose Larcomes?

Established, local law firm

Providing outstanding client service has always been paramount at Larcomes Solicitors who began life as a small family solicitors practice in Portsmouth over a hundred years ago in the 1880s. Today, we continue to provide a range of both private and commercial legal services to our local community in Portsmouth and Waterlooville, and to clients across the UK. To reflect our commitment to always providing a top-quality service for our clients, we have been awarded a significant number of accreditations by a variety of independent professional bodies. Read more about our Awards. 

Specialist Expertise you can count on

Larcomes has been offering a comprehensive range of legal services for individuals and businesses for over 100 years. Each and every member of our team of professionals is a specialist in their respective field. So regardless of what your individual or business legal requirement is, when you talk to Larcomes you can be sure of expert advice.  Find out about our legal services for individuals or businesses by clicking on the links below:

Big Enough to Specialise, Small Enough To Care

Our aim is to provide legal services that are understandable, effective and economical. We will achieve that by a thorough understanding of the needs of our clients, clear communication with them and prompt and constructive engagement with those who represent others. This will be undertaken by our lawyers and support staff who will be well supported, trained and encouraged. –read our quality policy statement to find out more.

Support and Understanding

We understand that you will want a law firm that will work with you one-to-one to find a tailored solution to your legal matter and achieve the results you need. At Larcomes Solicitors, we are very proud of our track record in securing the right results for our clients, delivering high standards of client care. You can find out more by reading testimonials from some of our more recent clients, who spoke about the level of service Larcomes had provided them with. – What our clients say.

Community minded

At Larcomes we take our responsibility towards the community in which we live, seriously. We play an active role in the community, not only in business but also in community life. Community spirit is actively encouraged firm-wide and as a firm, we support a very wide variety of local and national charities. However, our ongoing commitment to the local community does not stop with just the provision of legal services. Charities our firm supports include HASAG, (a charity supporting Asbestos Disease Sufferers across the South of England), and ‘The LifeHouse’ which is a resource, support centre and kitchen that serves hot food in Albert Road, Southsea and whose aim is to target the immediate needs and issues surrounding homelessness and addiction for those in need in Southsea and Portsmouth. Read our community page to find out more.

News, Articles & Case Studies

Care home fee assessments, what happens to your assets?

Before you move into a care home, an assessment is carried out to help determine how much you will have to contribute to your care home fees. This is called a “care home assessment” or a “means test”.

Landlord and Tenant Rights and the impact of COVID-19

The government’s temporary ban on evictions which was due to expire on 31st March has been extended to 31st May. The new legislation, included in the Coronavirus Act, was put in place to assist residential and commercial tenants who found themselves in financial...

Case Study: Client won case after developing mesothelioma after working his whole life in the building industry.

The Claimant had developed mesothelioma and spent his whole working life in the building industry.

The Importance of LPAs – Making Sure you have the right legal protection

Housebuilders Countryside and Taylor Wimpey have been told they must remove contract terms by the UK competition watchdog, or they will face legal action.

Countryside and Taylor Wimpey told to remove leasehold terms

Housebuilders Countryside and Taylor Wimpey have been told they must remove contract terms by the UK competition watchdog, or they will face legal action.

Contact

Portsmouth:

168 London Road                    
North End
Portsmouth
Hampshire PO2 9DN
Tel: 023 9244 8100

Waterlooville:

Appletree House, 17 St Georges Walk                  
Waterlooville
Hampshire
PO7 7TU
Tel: 023 9244 6666