Co-op Legal Services
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(Director of Legal Services)
(Head of Family Law)
(Head of Conveyancing, Head of Probate Operations, Bristol)
(Head of Wills)
(Head of Personal Injury)
(Marketing & BD Director)
(Head of IT)
(Head of Probate Advisory & Consultancy)
(Head of Probate Operations, Manchester)
Number of employees
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Co-op Legal Services offers legal advice without jargon, and provides legal services for Family Law, Divorce, Will Writing, Conveyancing, Employment Law, Probate and Personal Injury.
Co-op Legal Services is a subsidiary of The Co-op Group in the United Kingdom. It was established in 2006 and employs over 300 staff in Manchester, London, Bristol and Sheffield. It has its head office in Manchester.
2006 – Established as a member only business offering Personal Injury and Legal Advisory Services.
2007 – Legal services expanded to include Will Writing, Conveyancing, Probate and Estate Administration.
2012 – Legal services expanded to include Family Law and Employment Law services.
2014 – Recognised by Remember A Charity as the first corporate organisation to raise £15 million in potential charitable legacies through its Will writing services.
2016 – Acquired Sheffield-based Collective Legal Solutions.
2016 – Launched Co-op Estate Planning offering legal, funeral and inheritance plans in the comfort of your own home, for residents of England & Wales.
In 2016, The Co-op launched its Join Us campaign offering Co-op Group members a 5% reward when they purchase Co-op branded products and services, with a further 1% going to local causes.
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- Registered in England and Wales under the Companies Act 1985, No. 5671209
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