Hove: 01273 734 022

          Lancing: 01903 765 991

        Worthing: 01903 235 002

Goring-by-Sea: 01903 502 155

Burnand Brazier Malcolm Wilson

Wills Three local branches Matrimonial and family law Dispute resolution

Legal services across the south coast

Burnand Brazier Malcolm Wilson offers expert legal services and advice. Our professionals offer a comprehensive legal package covering numerous areas of expertise.  

For more information, please telephone Goring-by-Sea 01903 502 155; Hove 01273 734 022; Worthing 01903 235 002 or Lancing 01903 765 991.

Making sure your loved ones are well looked after and that your final wishes are respected is extremely important. We can help you draw up a legally-binding will efficiently.

Disputes can be costly and stressful, so let our professionals handle things and allow a peaceful, acceptable resolution to suit you and your family.

Pre-nuptial agreements, divorces and matters involving children can be particularly tough, so we're here to listen and advise in a professional, sensitive manner.

Burnand Brazier Malcolm Wilson are a long established firm with branches across Sussex, including: Hove, Lancing, Worthing and Goring-By-Sea.


Dispute & Resolution

Matrimonial & Family

Four local branches

Draw up a will Settle a dispute Family matters Based near to you

Between our offices Burnand Brazier Malcolm Wilson offers a wealth of experience which enables us to offer a wide selcetion of legal servies including Conveyancing (both Residential and Commercial), Probate, Wills, Matrimonial and Children Act matters, Civil Litigation, Change of Name, Powers of Attorney, Landlord & Tenant and Employment advice and others.


All our offices have ground floor meeting rooms and where appropriate and by prior appointment home or hospital visits can be arranged.


We have secure facilities for the safe keeping of Wills and Deeds for which we make no charge.


Two Notaries Public operate from our offices.


Whether you're buying or selling your house or business premises our conveyancers can make the process as easy as possible.

Make sure your affiars are looked after should you become unable to look after them yourself. If a loved one is already unable to look after their affairs we can apply to the Court of Protection on your behalf.

Powers of Attorney


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