Our firm has been practising in the local area in one guise or another for nearly 350 years! We have grown over the years through a combination of organic growth, merger and acquisition including names such as Tinsdill, Hollinshead & Moody in Tunstall, Sproston Slaney & Swann in Newcastle, Challinor & Shaw in Leek and N A Whieldon & Co in Sandbach. In 1991 it all came together under the name of THM Tinsdills and in 1999 we became Tinsdills Solicitors.
Today we are one of the area’s most experienced and knowledgeable law firms with offices in Hanley, Leek, Newcastle-under-Lyme and Sandbach. We offer a broad range of legal services for individuals and for business including: Family Law, Wills, Trust and Probate, Personal Injury and Compensation, Residential Property, Agriculture, Company and Commercial and Employment Law.
Our aim is simple. It is to exceed our clients’ expectations in everything that we do.
Our aim is simple. It is to exceed our clients’ expectations in everything that we do, in both the outcome we achieve and the service we provide. For us, it is all about the people. Our expert lawyers and dedicated staff are committed to understanding your needs, providing clear advice and building working relationships that add value for our clients.
We are very proud of our track record of delivering outstanding service to our clients in Staffordshire, Cheshire and beyond, and we are constantly seeking to innovate and further improve our services. You don’t have to just take our word for it. Please have a look at what our clients think of us in our client feedback section. Our professional accreditations confirm our commitment to improvement through the development of our people.
Tinsdills, A Proud History
Thomas Parker who practiced law at the firm became the Lord Chief Justice. Later in 1718 Thomas Parker became Lord Chancellor.
Charles Dickens consulted Mr Challinor regarding the local background to his novel ‘Bleak House’.
Becomes Challinor & Shaw offices as Thomas Shaw is brought in as a partner.
Magistrates regularly used the court room in our Leek office.
10 Derby Street became headquarters for the home guard.
10 Derby Street listed a Grade II protected building.
THM Tinsdills merged with NA Wieldon & Co at 47 High Street Sandbach and became Tinsdills Solicitors. The Newcastle office moved to Marsh Parade and Hanley office moved from Broad Street to Hays House – gave us Sandbach branch.
Tinsdills Solicitors celebrates 250 years of legal practice from 10 Derby Street.
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