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Gaby Hardwicke Solicitors is a long-established East Sussex law firm offering a wide range of legal services for businesses and individuals.

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We have offices in Hastings, Bexhill and Eastbourne, with lawyers and support staff who specialise in a wide range of legal services. You can read about our specific services on our Services for you and your family and Services for your business pages, and for each area of law you'll find a list of contacts and useful Briefing Notes on the right of each page. If the area of law you need advice on isn't mentioned, please contact us and we'll direct you to a specialist lawyer, or, if we can't help, to an alternative firm or organisation.

To learn more about Gaby Hardwicke, our values and our team please visit the About us section, which includes profiles and contact details for our partners. For a printer-friendly snapshot of key facts about the firm, visit our Firm Facts page.

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