We are open for business as normal but, in light of the latest Government guidance, we are trying to avoid unnecessary contact with clients and visitors. Please consider emailing or phoning instead of visiting our offices.
We have a wealth of experience in handling all types of legal issues.
Our experience enables us to offer a comprehensive and high quality service for all individual and business needs.
With offices in Bridport, Beaminster, Weymouth and Lyme Regis clients can meet any of the team at any of the offices. We also offer local home visits for those unable to travel. For more details, (see contact us).
The firm was founded in 1756 by John Russell in the building now occupied as our principal office, The Champions, Beaminster, Dorset. By 1868 the firm had moved elsewhere in the town and was known as Cox & Kitson. The present name of Kitson & Trotman dates from 1892. Fiennes Trotman opened the office in Lyme Regis in 1928. The Beaminster office returned to the original building at The Champions in 1955. The Bridport office was opened in 1998 to enable us to provide a more accessible service to our clients in the Bridport area. The Weymouth office opened in 2016 to serve our clients in the Weymouth area.
Kitson & Trotman are at the heart of the community. Our firm prides itself on merging its traditional values with the latest developments in the law and legal services to deliver a dedicated personal service making use of the latest technology.
We are trusted advisers to many long established clients and new clients alike. Our client relationships are founded on our providing comprehensive advice and services in a straightforward manner and acting in your best interests to achieve your objectives
Meet our Partners, Advisors and Support Staff on the Our Team page
Kitson & Trotman are very proud to support the Dorset Community Foundation. We donate any unclaimed client balances to support local good causes. Grants from the Kitson & Trotman fund are dispersed through the foundation’s Neighbourhood funding programme which addresses local issues, social problems and disadvantage due to age, illness, disability, isolation, discrimination or financial […]Browse More News >