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Employment lawyers in Chester

When you run a business or organisation, employee issues are inevitable. So where do you turn when you’re unsure of the law or facing an issue you don’t have the time or expertise to manage yourself?

As one of the UK’s leading providers of fixed-fee Employment Law and HR support, Ellis Whittam is the obvious choice for Chester businesses in need of pragmatic advice around employee issues. Based in Aldford CH3, our team of experienced Employment Lawyers help local employers save time, stay compliant and find commercial solutions to workforce challenges – at around 45% cheaper than the cost of a traditional law firm.

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Who we are | Employment lawyers in Chester

Legal support from local experts

Established in 2004, Ellis Whittam offers law-firm-quality advice and personalised service with the reassurance of fair, fixed fees. Our unique approach enables employers to get the help and support they need around employee issues without paying by the hour, giving you better budgetary control and the freedom to call or email as often as you need.  

What sets us apart from other fixed-fee providers is that we provide named Employment Lawyers, who will get to know your business so that they can function as an extension of your team. This also allows us to provide consistent, tailored advice based on your specific circumstances, rather than generic answers from a stream of different advisers.

As well as serving a diverse range of local Chester businesses, our team of qualified experts provide trusted support to 35,000 employers nationwide. Our combination of regional knowledge, sector experience and unrivalled legal expertise guarantees the best possible experience and there is no workforce issue too big or too small.

Chester is known for its strong cluster of leading legal professional services. However, our unique approach, Legal-500-recommended status and rating as one of the top 3 Employment Law Solicitors in Chester are just some of the reasons why employers choose Ellis Whittam.

We have employment
lawyers based in Chester

Woodhouse, Church Ln

Chester, CH3 6JD 

 

Email us | enquires@elliswhittam.com

Call us | 0345 225 8396 

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From our highly-qualified advisory teams that deliver dedicated support to our clients, to our back-office teams that ensure a smooth service, we’re exceptionally proud of the team we have.

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Experts in Employment Law & HR

At Ellis Whittam, we’re known for our bespoke service and the quality of our support. Not only is our expertise unmatched, but we take the time to know you so that we can function as a true extension of your team.

  • Your own small team of dedicated experts
  • Commercial, pragmatic advice tailored to you
  • Bespoke contracts, policies and handbooks
  • Trusted by over 40,000 organisations
  • Recognised as a leading firm by The Legal 500 

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