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Dawsons Law are solicitors that truly are at the heart of the community...

... Dawsons Law based in Watton and Hethersett, servicing Breckland, South Norfolk and Norwich is one of Norfolk’s leading and innovative community law firms providing a wide range of legal services to individuals and local businesses. We pride ourselves in bringing city legal expertise, locally. We are a respected local firm investing directly into our local community. We are friendly, approachable, fee transparent and proud to offer affordable legal advice and assistance. We truly are solicitors at the heart of the community.
 

A short introduction to Dawsons Law

Dawsons Law bringing the expertise locally Salena Dawson, Principal Solicitor and Owner of Dawsons Law introduces her inspirational and  innovative community law firm and the service you can expect to receive when instructing Dawsons Law.

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We have two offices, one in Watton, Norfolk and the other in Hethersett, Norfolk. However we are more than happy to conduct home visits if getting to us is a problem.

Dawson House
20 Thetford Road
Watton
Norfolk

IP25 6BS

Call us on
01953 883535
 
Rowan House
28 Queens Road
Hethersett
NR9 3DB
Call us on
01603 813920
 
 

Dawsons Law Blog

  • FSB Reveals What Business Want From New Government

    Date 11,May,15
    Written by

    In the first survey conducted since the 2015 UK General Election, The Federation of Small Business (FSB) reveals its results as to what small firms want from the next government.

    The ten issues small business want new Government to focus on in the next five years are:

    1. Reduce Regulatory Burden

    2. Introduce a more simplified Tax System

    3. Reform Business rates

    4. Improve Employability Skills of young people

    5. Deliver Improved Broadband/Mobile Connectivity

    6. Help UK Business to Crate More Jobs

    7. Tackle Late Payments

    8. Lower Energy Costs For Businesses

    9. Ensure better Access To Finance

    10. Increase Investment in Infrastructure

     

    Further information of this survey can be found at www.ibacksmallbusiness.com/website

    Salena Dawson is an active member of the FSB Mid-Norfolk Branch and actively seeks ways to bring skills to local rural community's.

    "The value to me in being a member of the FSB is the wealth of knowledge it gives on a range of national and local issues. As a member of the FSB I have been able to forward my want and desire to have the voice of local business heard. The FSB to me is not about the financial savings on banking or card services it can provide a member. The true value to me is being able to lobby on issues important to small business, its about having my voice heard, its about seeing change occur, its about being able to engage with our politicians to tell them what we need to grow"

    Dawsons Law is a business. Its a small community business which offers legal services. For this reason we appreciate the needs, wants and struggles of local business, this is why when local business come to us for Legal, Employment or HR advice we are able to give the straightforward solution we know you desire.

    Dawsons Law is proud to support the #ibacksmallbusiness campaign.