Solicitors in Burnham

We are specialist commercial property and franchise law solicitors in Burnham and the surrounding areas in Berkshire.

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Solicitors in Burnham

The village of Burnham lies between the two towns of Maidenhead and Slough. It was granted a Royal Charter to hold a market in 1271, where it was the hub of trade for some time. As a place of historic commercial significance, it still remains tied to its thriving neighbour, Slough.
Situated on a main line to London Paddington and Reading with the M4 motorway passing through the south of the parish, Burnham is still very much involved in the activities of its nearby towns.

Starring on a Mary Portas series, ‘Secret Shopper’, in 2015 the entrepreneurial spirit has not left this village and its opportunities continue to grow.

Our specialisms are:

  • Business and commercial law including legal advice for startup companies.
  • Franchising – legal advice for franchisors and franchisees alike
  • Franchise agreement reviews
  • Franchise contract reviews
  • Franchising – advice for franchisees
  • Legal advice for clients thinking of buying a franchise
  • Employment law – for employers
  • Employment law – for employees
  • Commercial property
  • Brand licensing and Intellectual Property

We welcome enquiries from clients in Windsor, Eton, Maidenhead, Ascot, and surrounding areas.


” In my experience I found Roz and Catrina both responsive and professional when  dealing with my case. This was balanced with a friendly and  approachable manner. From the outset, I was provided with comprehensive and honest advice relating to possible outcomes, timescales and next steps with clarity being provided where needed. I would not hesitate in  recommending their expert counsel to anyone who finds  themselves in a similar situation.”

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