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Services for Individuals

Hart Reade provide a range of legal services to support individuals through those important times in their lives.  With specialist lawyers who can give you practical and effective advice on buying and selling property, planning for the future, the breakdown of a relationship, dealing with bereavement or settling a dispute – we are here to help you.

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Services for Businesses

Hart Reade has a dedicated Commercial Department committed to delivering effective legal support for your business.  With specialist expertise ranging from commercial property and leases to employment, dispute resolution and more, we provide, locally, a high quality service to meet your business needs.

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Specialists in Personal Legal Services & Business

Founded in 1910, Hart Reade proudly provides a high quality legal service for individuals and businesses across East Sussex, and beyond.  We have a friendly, professional team of qualified lawyers and dedicated support staff committed to helping you with your personal and business affairs.  We are a Lexcel accredited practice, fully insured, and authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.  You can trust us to protect your interests.

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Our Offices

Eastbourne 01323 727321

Hailsham 01323 841481

Polegate 01323 487051

Meads 01323 407577

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Fees & Pricing

For an indication of our fees and pricing in respect of Residential Conveyancing please click here.

For an initial range of prices in respect of Probate and Administration of Estates please click here.

Latest News

Hart Reade Hailsham Networking Breakfast – 11th September 2019

June 24, 2019

Join us at Bucklers Cafe in Hailsham for our morning breakfast networking event with other local business professionals. Arrive from 7:30 AM to mingle with the other guests before sitting down to a delicious breakfast. Please bring £10…

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Legal Updates

Personal Welfare Deputies – Can parents be appointed for adult children?

August 16, 2019

The Court of Protection has recently provided new guidance which may make it easier for parents to be appointed as their adult child’s Personal Welfare Deputy, in circumstances where they suffer from Learning Difficulties….

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