The legal practice is based at Maple House in the centre of Bury, a vibrant market town to the north of Manchester with easy road and rail connections. The Partners acquired Maple House in December 1998 and after major refurbishment work created an ideal working environment.

Over recent years the firm has established a reputation as a specialist, niche, market-leading practice in the field of personal injury compensation law. We are Panel Solicitors to the Brain and Spinal Injuries Charity and Corporate Accredited Members of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.

A team of highly competent solicitors, legal executives and litigation executives has been assembled over a period of years supported by top quality secretarial and administration staff. The firm invests in top quality training programmes at all levels.


GLP Solicitors (Bury) is an independent practice, authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA No. 307015).  The firm’s Professional Indemnity Policy is with AXIS Specialty Europe SE.

“I was kept updated regularly and well informed throughout the process of what was going on.”

Bury Office
August  2015

0161 764 1818



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Our Specialities

Armed Forces
Criminal Injuries
Personal Injury
Shaken Baby
Road Traffic Accidents
Probate, Wills and Trusts
Private Client

GLP Solicitors

Maple House
Haymarket Street


To Metrolink Station at Bury.  The office is opposite the station.

From Manchester, approach down the A56 through Prestwich, passing over M60 (Junction 17) and into Bury.

From the M60, take Junction 17 and follow signs to Bury Town Centre.

From the M66, take Junction 2 and follow signs to Bury Town Centre.

The Partners

Jonathan Pfeffer
Jonathan PfefferGroup Chairman
Graham Leigh
Graham LeighPartner
Angela Dobbs
Angela DobbsPartner

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Following a year-long investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority in 2016, all solicitors are now required by the Solicitors Regulation Authority to display on their website a range of prices for a specific number of work-types, including probate and estate administration.   This is intended to allow consumers of legal services (‘clients’) to make more informed decisions as to the provider of their legal services.

No two probates are the same and, whilst the information contained in the papers attached is representative of our legal fees, we recommend that you speak to the office to obtain an appropriate quote for your specific matter, be it a probate, the administration of a person’s estate, or the creation or review of your will.

SRA Price Transparency Probate