Child & Child

Established in 1850, our continued success is based on an unsurpassed loyalty and integrity to our clients, both old and new. 

The firm has enjoyed significant growth over recent years, both in terms of size and reputation. In December 2007 the firm took over Knightsbridge practice Pettman Smith and more recently, in October 2012, an old and established South Kensington practice Lloyd & Associates, which further strengthened our commercial, property, dispute resolution and private client departments. We are one of the most established firms of solicitors in London and act for a diverse range of clients throughout the UK and from overseas.

Today Child & Child provide clients with professional advice and expertise in relation to a range of practice areas including residential and commercial property, leasehold enfranchisement, family, litigation and dispute resolution, wills and probate, employment law, boundaries, rights of light and party wall disputes. Please use the links to the left of the page to view further details of our expertise.

Child & Child continues to build upon its traditional core values of professionalism, integrity and high levels of personal partner attention in the context of an efficient, fast-moving and modern law firm.

We have prepared a series of easy to understand legal guides to provide assistance in dealing with some commonly encountered legal problems.

Child & Child is now the trading name of Child & Child Limited, a recognised legal services body. The company incorporates the practice of Child & Child, established in 1850.

"A reputation built on close and long-standing relationships with clients across successive generations..."Chambers UK 2014

"A reputation built on close and long-standing relationships with clients across successive generations..."Chambers UK 2014

"A reputation built on close and long-standing relationships with clients across successive generations..."Chambers UK 2014

"A reputation built on close and long-standing relationships with clients across successive generations..."Chambers UK 2014