As a leading family solicitors practice based in Wigan, Stowe Family Law is conveniently situated and easily accessible with good transport links. Our firm is committed to making our legal services available to all members of the local community and providing quality, professional assistance for individuals and families who are dealing with pressing family legal matters.
We have created an easy-to-follow directions guide so that clients can easily find their way to our offices regardless of which mode of public transportation they choose. By providing direct access to experienced family lawyers, we aim to ensure that everyone's legal needs are properly represented.
Stowe Family Law’s Wigan office is located in Unity House, Westwood Park, Wigan, WN3 4HE. The office is situated just south of Wigan town centre, accessible by road from Westwood Way (A49) with plenty of on-site parking available.
Directions to Stowe Family Law Wigan from Wigan North Western Train Station
Stowe Family Law Wigan is easy accessible from the city centre train station, by car. The fastest route involves driving a 5 minute drive down Queen St.
If you are travelling by public transport/bus, you can take the 639 bus that stops on Corporation St, from here you will need to walk around 9 minutes to get to the destination.
The Wigan Stowe office is approximately a 14 minute walk from Wigan North Western train station, if taking route ‘Queen St’.
Visiting Stowe Family Law divorce lawyers Wigan
Stowe Family Law’s Wigan office is located in Unity House, Westwood Park, Wigan, WN3 4HE. The office is situated just south of Wigan town centre, accessible by road from Westwood Way (A49) with plenty of on-site parking available. Our phone lines are open from 8:30am – 7pm, Monday to Friday and 9am – 5pm on Saturday and Sunday.
Nastassia Burton is a Partner in the firm’s Altrincham office. She joined Stowe Family Law in July 2008. She is experienced in all aspects of family law. In particular, she advises people on the practical, legal and financial consequences resulting from the breakdown of relationships