Kenyon Son and Craddock is a well-established firm of solicitors, specialising in residential property, personal injury,  family law and family mediation, wills and probate.

We were established in the 1840s and since then have been  providing a friendly and professional service to the people of Thorne, Goole, Wakefield and beyond. The firm holds the Solicitors Quality Mark and a number of our staff are members of specialist Law Society panels. We are accredited by the Conveyancing Quality Scheme, the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers and the Law Society Family Panel.

We would love to meet with you to discuss your specific legal requirements. Both our Thorne and Goole offices are open from 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday or alternatively contact us by phone or fax:

  • Thorne t:01405 813108
  • Goole t:01405 720850
  • Wakefield t:01924 566111
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  • Christmas closing times

    Our offices will close for the Christmas holidays at 5pm on Friday 22nd December and will reopen at 9am on Tuesday 2nd January 2017. KENYON SON AND CRADDOCK WISH ALL OUR CLIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR .

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