John Fowlers Solicitors

Solicitors in Colchester serving the families and businesses of Essex since 1924

It was more than 90 years ago, in 1924, that John Fowlers Solicitors established its first office in Brightlingsea and we have thrived as leading solicitors in Essex ever since thanks to our professional, personable, and comprehensive private, commercial, and legal aid law services.

Founded by town clerk John Fowler, since opening, our firm has undergone many changes but still champions the importance of delivering quality legal services to families and businesses across the region. 

All of our solicitors in Colchester and the surrounding areas have the qualifications and expertise required to deliver industry-leading, reliable advice, and support. Our extensive knowledge of private, collaborative, commercial and legal aid law enables us to tailor the way in which we work to suit the personal circumstances of each of our clients.

Families and businesses across the region retain use of our legal services because they value our direct approach and commitment to achieving the best results in every case we manage, whether they require our Conveyancing services, a new Will drafted or help with Divorce proceedings. Our expert solicitors in Colchester, Essex are specialists in their field, with each being carefully scouted and selected to join the prestigious John Fowlers team – we are committed to delivering reassuring and reliable legal advice throughout Essex.

Our expanding Essex law firm delivers an impressive portfolio of legal services to individuals and organisations of all backgrounds. Click to find out more about our private law, commercial law, and legal aid services and to contact us.

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John Fowlers solicitors proudly supports St Helena’s Hospice on Christmas Jumper Day.
23 November 2017

This year on National Christmas Jumper Day – Friday 15th December – John Fowlers Solicitors will be raising money for local charity St. Helena’s Hospice.

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Anti-Bullying Week: Keeping Your Children Safe Online
16 November 2017

Ever since the rise of the internet, online forums and social media websites have unfortunately provided platforms for online bullying and abuse. We’ve put together a few tips, with the help of Internet Matters and NSPCC, to help ensure your children remain safe online:

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How can mediation help you?
25 October 2017

You could be forgiven for thinking of Mediation as a bit of a buzzword, as it is often thrown around in the discussion of family law. However, Mediation can be a key stage in resolving conflict without the need for court proceedings.