Established in 1793, Stephens & Son has developed and grown a fierce reputation for being one of the leading law firms in the Medway area. This has been earned by offering sound, professional advice in every aspect of law whilst remaining approachable, cost efficient and flexible to your individual needs.
Following a well-publicised merge with Hatten Wyatt Solicitors and Advocates in Gravesend, Stephens & Son now has access to several offices around the county, and extra niche specially trained experts ready and willing to guide you through whatever it is you may currently be facing.
Whether for your business, your family or you as an individual, your matter will be managed and executed by one solicitor only, enabling your communication pathway to remain clear. Should anything unexpected arise within your matter, your solicitor will be able if needed to call with unrestricted access upon the combined knowledge of the firm.
Finding yourself in the position to need the help of a solicitor can be a daunting experience. Our team always act with the utmost of compassion and understanding, and we aim to make your journey as easy and stress free as possible for you, despite any unforeseen events that may occur.
All our lawyers are fully qualified experts and undertake regular training to ensure that they are up to date with any changes that evolve within their area of law. You will be kept continually informed about the progress of your case with all legal procedures fully explained at each step.
As a business we operate the latest systems for practice management and case tracking so information on your case can be shared with you promptly upon your request. We appreciate your time is precious so we can offer both Skype and conference call appointments where feasible.
We are regulated by the Solicitors’ Regulation Authority and are members of the Law Society, where we are accredited for family law, residential conveyancing and criminal litigation.
At Stephens & Son part of our commitment to equality and diversity, we collect and publish data relating to the diversity of our staff. The data is collected anonymously and on a voluntary basis and is submitted to the Solicitors Regulatory Authority (SRA) to assist them in monitoring the diversity of the legal profession as a whole. A copy of our workforce diversity data can be found here.
Funding legal advice
We usually offer an initial appointment to discuss your requirements at a fixed cost. Depending on the support that you require, we also offer a range of funding options which can be tailored to suit your needs.
Get in touch
If you need our help, call us on 01634 811444 or alternatively use our Contact Us form and we will be in touch as soon as possible.