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Description Blandy & Blandy, LLP provides exceptional legal advice to businesses and private individuals in Reading, Berkshire. Established in 1733, we have been trusted by our clients for generations to provide high quality, high value advice and expertise.

Our practice areas include:

• Company and Commercial Law
• Employment Law
• Residential and Commercial Property
• Planning Law
• Dispute Resolution
• Family Law
• Private Client
• Notarial Services
• Independent Financial Services advice.
Address One Friar Street
Reading
Berkshire
RG1 1DA
United Kingdom
Phone number 0118 951 6800
Fax number 0118 958 3032
Practice areas Administrative Law, Bankruptcy and Debt Law, Business and Industry Law, Criminal Law, Elder Law, Employment Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, Real Estate, Taxation Law
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Submission Date 22/07/13 (Edited 08/01/15)



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