We’ve “lived” at our current office on Marden Road in Whitley Bay since 1961. With this sort of background we feel we know the local area and the people who live there very well indeed!

Kidd & Spoor’s heritage now enhances our ability to offer a unique combination of traditional values but with a modern, proactive outlook. Over the years we have worked extremely hard to build our excellent reputation for providing clear, practical legal advice but also, very importantly, we deliver it with great personal service.

The majority of our work continues to come through referrals; primarily from those who have previously used our services and then feel happy to recommend us to their families, friends and business colleagues. A fact we are extremely proud of!

We also find that as needs and circumstances change over the years, many of our clients come back to us again and again. This, we feel, is testament to the consistently high standards Kidd & Spoor are able to maintain, as well as the sensitive, efficient treatment they experience.

Our expert team can cover most legal matters in-house but, should we feel that a more specific/niche service would be helpful (that Kidd & Spoor are unable to provide), then we won’t seek to “wing it”; we will tell you. We believe this is honest, fair and practical.

In essence, we do feel that we are different from other law firms – not because of our size or the services offered – but in the open and approachable way we deal with our clients. Your needs will always remain uppermost to us and ensuring we keep you satisfied is what we do … extremely well!

If you would like to engage our services or have any questions whatsoever please contact us for a no-obligation chat regarding your circumstances. Remember that the first, initial discussion is free of charge.

Staff Diversity

Kidd and Spoor Solicitors are committed to equality and diversity. We submit data to the Solicitors Regulatory Authority (SRA) every 2 years, to help them to monitor and report on the diversity of the legal profession in the UK.

Diversity Data Report 2023