It’s an informal, round table networking event that creates an excellent opportunity for those involved in the building industry to…
Matrimonial and Family
Make your family part of our family.
Our specialist knowledge of family law means we can advise you effectively and concisely when resolving matrimonial disputes.
*SPECIAL PROMOTION* 20% REDUCTION ON POWER OF ATTORNEY FEES
Our specialist team has extensive experience in successfully providing a tailored solution to your individual needs, whatever your circumstances.
Company and Commercial
Rapid response with extensive knowledge.
The firm’s corporate and commercial department advise on all aspects of business and company affairs.
Expert help and support when you need it most.
Our skilled personal injury team comprises of experienced solicitors and Legal Executives who handle claims on a local and national basis, recovering substantial damages on behalf of clients in the process.
Commercial Litigation and Disputes
Expert knowledge and advice on your side.
A broad range of commercial litigation, dispute resolution and debt recovery services are offered by our knowledgeable and experienced team.
Experienced and knowledgeable.
Our residential conveyancing department is one of the most well respected and prominent in the region.
About Rogers & Norton
Rogers & Norton is an established and successful law firm based in Norfolk with offices in Norwich and Attleborough.
With the likes of Banks, Building Societies and Insurance companies becoming evermore more security conscious to protect their customer’s funds…
Some months ago the team received an enquiry from a potential client, who had been recommended due to our considerable…
From 1st October 2017, a new Pre-Action Protocol is coming into force for debt claims. The new Protocol will apply…
The First Tier Tribunal reached its decision to uphold the appeal even though Mr & Mrs Belcher had been submitting…
Almost 2 years after the final order had been made it was discovered the spouse had secretly hidden a large…
During the discussions it became apparent that whilst most adults understand the need for a Will around 53% of the…