Founded in 1944, John Boston & Company Solicitors has developed into one of the leading law firms in Northern Ireland. John Boston & Co, has a reputation for getting their clients the right result. This is because we appreciate that it is not about us but all about you. Our progressive forward thinking team of Solicitors tailor their solutions to your individual needs. We aim to provide proactive, professional and solution driven advice to all our clients as our business is founded on our reputation for client satisfaction and referrals by satisfied clients.
As the firm has grown the range of services has expanded to meet the needs of its large and varied client base and every effort is made to ensure that those services are delivered in a friendly, personalised and supportive manner. Our team provide legal services to members of the Deaf Community and work closely alongside the British Deaf Association of Northern Ireland in ensuring access to justice for individuals with hearing impediments.
Along with a significant investment in computer technology the firm maintains ISO9001:2015 certification for its Quality Management System indicating our commitment to the pursuit of excellence in meeting the needs of our clientele and is also a member of the Home Charter Scheme of the Law Society of Northern Ireland. We fully appreciate their concerns when confronted with legal problems but our experienced legal team are there to ensure that they receive the appropriate help. To see how you can benefit from this service contact us today for advice on your legal needs in relation to all matters including:
We are happy to provide pragmatic advice on what could be a complex and difficult time. Contact us today to discuss your family law needs or divorce issues.
Buying or selling property or need advice on other property related issues. Contact the conveyancing team at John Boston & Co for the assistance you require.
Suffered an injury through no fault of your own. Contact the personal injury experts at John Boston & Co to ensure you receive the full compensation that you could be entitled to