Humphries Kirk

When it comes to legal matters in Dorset, Somerset and London, the most important aspect is trust.

Before you can put your trust in their solicitors, they believe it’s essential that they take the time not only to review your legal issue itself, but also to get to know you. From business to personal affairs, a complete understanding of your circumstances and objectives is the starting point – once they can see the bigger picture, they can focus on the detail.

It’s also about making life easier for you. With today’s busy schedules, they understand that conventional office hours aren’t always convenient – that’s why their team are available at times to suit you. Similarly, they never forget that you want your legal advice in Plain English… law can be complex enough without letting language get in the way.

At Humphries Kirk, they like to keep it simple and they like to keep it personal. As a firm of solicitors, it’s an approach that has served them and their clients well, for almost 300 years.

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Going from strength to strength, well done!

Polly Greenway, Domvs
Feedback From 2016 Festival

I don't think you could improve on the experience! Good luck with your plans for 2017 and I wish you all the very best.

John Challis
Feedback From 2016 Festival

I very much enjoyed the events I came to at the Dorchester  Literary festival. It was all very well organised. The sessions on The Seabird's cry, Bee Quest, and The Otter's Tale were brilliant. 

Helen Austin
Feedback From 2017 Festival

We really enjoyed the talks we attended... and look forward to next year's event... Kate Adie was brilliant

Audience Feedback
Feedback From 2015 Festival

 I very much enjoyed the whole occasion, and want to thank you for all your hospitality.

Jamie McKendrick
Feedback From 2017 Festival

I was particularly delighted by how many of the audience seemed to know and appreciate my work. As you know, authors are solitary creatures - mostly - and for me at least it's a real pleasure to have good reason to leave my work-room (a shed in the garden with a too-seductive view of the Cambrians) and meet and talk with readers and fellow writers (not forgetting that many of us are both).

Elisabeth Luard
Feedback From 2016 Festival