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Ray Borley Dunkley LLP

A full legal service

including conveyancing, employment law, family and matrimonial, civil and commercial litigation, wills and probate

Your family solicitors

in good times and bad

Legal representation

by experienced professionals working with trained and dedicated support staff

Expert legal advice

A professional service of the highest standard provided with integrity and a personal touch

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Established 1837

Traditional standards and values combined with a modern outlook and approach

Welcome to Ray Borley Dunkley LLP

Our Mission Statement

"Human values determine commercial values"

summarises our business ethos. We are a friendly, approachable, medium sized High Street practice established in 1837, the oldest established practice in Milton Keynes. Naturally, we strive to maintain the traditional standards and values. We believe these, combined with a modern outlook and approach, makes us a practice which has evolved with the support of modern technology to serve the best interests of you, our clients. Over the decades, we have advised, guided and supported clients through their most important and possibly traumatic times (whether that be business or personal issues) with sensitivity.

Our clients are our most valued assets. Therefore we aim to ensure that you will receive a swift, professional service of the highest standard provided with integrity and with a personal touch often not seen these days. You have our assurance that you will not be left to deal with irritating faceless technology.

We have two principals and several solicitors and other qualified and experienced legal professionals all working with trained, experienced and dedicated support staff.

Our client base ranges from multi-national businesses through to sole traders. We also excel in providing legal services across the range for private individuals with a client base that spans the generations. We can accommodate all your business and personal legal needs.

We are committed to: