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Greene & Greene

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Greene & Greene is a long established firm of solicitors based in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk and is recognised by independent legal directories as one of the best law firms in East Anglia.

The firm advises individuals and businesses based all over the UK and has been growing steadily year on year since the 1990s. Many clients, who were previously using firms in London, have transferred their business to Greene & Greene after realising the improved cost efficiency and personal service on offer. Many existing clients have remained loyal to the firm over several decades, which is testament to the quality of legal advice and service that the firm provides.

Greene & Greene comprises of a number of very experienced lawyers, many of whom have worked for much larger firms, before moving to Bury St Edmunds to enjoy an improved quality of life. This experience pays dividends with its lawyers being able to advise on a wide range of legal matters. Independent legal directories recommend the firm in each of the key areas in which it specialises.

The quality of legal service on offer has led to existing clients and professional colleagues recommending Greene & Greene and as a result the firm’s client base now extends across the UK and beyond.

The firm’s location in Bury St Edmunds, in the centre of East Anglia, ensures ideal communication links across the region and with the rest of the UK. The firm’s offices are situated within a large Queen Anne house in Guildhall Street which is easy to reach from the A14, with parking available on site.

Greene & Greene’s specialisms are:


International Services

Family and Relationships


• Dispute Resolution

Commercial Property

Property (Commercial & Residential)

• Tax, Trusts, Wills & Probate

Notary Public Service

If you are interested in finding out more about Greene & Greene then please visit the website at or contact the firm on:

01284 762211 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it