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Welcome to Sampson Coward Solicitors based in Salisbury

Sampson Coward provide legal advice in Salisbury and across Wiltshire and the south of England. We provide a first class service to all our clients through our experienced specialist teams of lawyers.

Our reputation for success and our approachable manner are the reasons our clients turn to us for all their legal needs and recommend us to others time and time again.

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Advice on cohabitation, divorce, separation, children, financial arrangements, domestic violence and associated issues when relationships break down.


Advice on unfair dismissal, contract issues, settlement agreements, redundancy, discrimination and other employment related legal issues for both employers and employees.


Residential and commercial property transactions such as buying and selling and advice on a range of property issues whether you are a landlord or tenant.

Litigation & Disputes

Advice and practical solutions for dispute resolution including pursuing and defending litigation claims.

Wills & Probate

Advice for individuals regarding wills and powers of attorney, administration of a deceased person’s estate and court of protection and trust work.

Latest News

  • Refunds on Power of Attorney registration fees

    From 1 February 2018, the Ministry of Justice have announced that it is possible to claim a refund for the Lasting Power of Attorney registration fee.

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  • How do I start divorce proceedings?

    To begin divorce proceedings you need to have been married for at least a year. Either one of the parties can file a Divorce Petition with the court stating the marriage has 'irretrievably broken down'.

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  • Can an employer withhold all or part of an employee's final wage if they terminate their contract without notice?

    Employees who fail to give notice or give less notice than they are contractually obliged to do will be acting in breach of contract and potentially could be sued for damages...

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  • Fulfilled our remit and more – excellent overall advice.

  • ... every purchase we have done through you, every one of the staff we have dealt with have been very professional and made some tricky issues run nice and smoothly.

  • Thank you for all your help, support and especially for just being there when I needed you.

  • We would not change a thing, excellent and quick – well done.

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