Our cost-effective and transparent approach to our clients needs is the "engine" of our fast growth. From our offices in the east of London, our talented and experienced team of lawyers provide discerning clients excellent value within their respective practice areas.
We deal with all criminal matters and provide specialist advice, assistance and representation.Read More
Dillex is a rapidly growing firm of solicitors based in east London. Our ethos is to be client focused by ensuring that all clients are treated with the same high standard of professionalism, regardless of status, sex, race, or religion.
Be it expertise advice that you require for yourself, your family or your business, locally, nationally or internationally, we can help you every step of the way. Our main objective, whilst assisting you, is always to provide the highest standard of legal advice.Learn More
Dillex's team assisted us with immigration challenges we had with the UK Border Agency. My wife and I were impressed with their expertise and professionalism in resolving our stay in the UK. Thank you Dillex.
I can't say thank you enough to the Dillex team for achieving such a great outcome. Even though things got tough and emotional, your professional advice was as reassuring as your calm demeanor. I have absolutely zero problems whatsoever recommending your team.
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