Ringrose Law Solicitors in Newark.

Our Newark Office has been established since 2011 and operates from premises at 11 Castlegate, in the heart of Newark.


We offer a broad range of services to our clients and look after our client’s personal needs and business needs. Our service offerings include family, divorce, children, personal injury, medical negligence, conveyancing services for house buying/selling, litigation, mental health, crime, wills & probate and commercial law.


Children Law Conveyancing Services Criminal Defence Commercial Law Divorce Law Family Law Lasting Power of Attorney Medical Negligence Mental Health Law Personal Injury Claims Wills & Probate


Getting to Ringrose Law Solicitors in Newark

Our Newark law office is located in the centre of the town, making it easily accessible by any form of transport.

By Foot

We are located at the roundabout of Castlegate, Bargate and Great North Road. Our office is near Newark Castle and can is easily walk from many public transport locations.


By Car

Car parking is not accessible directly outside of our offices. However, multiple care parks are available within a short walk. These are:

Town Wharf Car Park – 2-minute walk

Riverside Car Park – 5-minute walk

NCP Newark St Marks Place – 6-minute walk

Appleton Gate – 7-minute walk


By Bus

The office is located near two bus stops that serve various areas of Newark and the surrounding villages. These are:

Trent Bridge bus stop – services include 28, 29, 37, 37A, 227, 300, 330, 332, 333, 335, X22, X37

Kirk Gate bus stop – services include 1N, 2N, 23, 91, 91A, 354, 367, W22

Both stops are a 2-minute walk from our offices.


By Train

Situated between Newark Castle and Newark North Gate, our solicitor’s office is an easy walk from both. This gives access to a wide range of villages and town across Lincolnshire.

Newark Castle – 5-minute walk

Newark North Gate – 13-minute walk


Personal Law from Ringrose Law

Ringrose Law covers a wide range of personal law services for individuals throughout Lincoln and Lincolnshire. Our services include:

Family Law – Legal support through divorce and separations. Ringrose Law also offers Mediation services to avoid costly court cases between divorcing couples.

Criminal Defence – If you have been charged with a crime, then legal support can help defend your case or ensure that you are treated fairly. Our solicitors offer criminal defence services 24 hours a day.

Child Care Law – Our Children Department are here to support you during Child Care Proceedings and Child Arrange Orders. We can also help you apply for emergency injunctions in cases of domestic abuse.

Personal Injury Law – Suffering an injury caused by someone else can be a life-changing experience. We can help you get the compensation you deserve with our no win, no fee service.

Medical Negligence – When you seek medical care, you do not expect to be at the receiving end of negligence that can cause suffering. Our experienced team can help represent you to get the compensation you deserve.

Conveyancing – Buying or selling can be a stressful time. It is also likely to be one of the most expensive purchases you ever make. Our team can make sure it is all done correctly so there any no hidden surprises.

Wills & Probates – Deciding how your assets are split up when you are gone can be a hard thing to decide. Our experienced team can help you draft up a Will to ensure your wishes are met.


Commercial Law at Ringrose Law

The Commercial Law department at Ringrose Law offers a wide range of services for businesses. Our commercial services include:

Commercial Contracts – Ensuring that the contracts you conduct business under are legal, fair and valid can protect your business from contract disputes.

Debt Recovery – Struggling to recover outstanding debt can have an impact on business cash flow. Our solicitors can help you recover debts owe and remove the stress.

Dispute Resolutions – Disagreements between businesses can impact all parties. Our Commercial Team can help negotiate for disputes to be resolved.

Commercial Property – Commercial properties contracts can be long and complex. Ensure they protect your business by having them reviewed by trained legal minds.

Why choose Ringrose Law?

At Ringrose Law Solicitors our philosophy is ‘where individuals count’. Whether you are moving home, making a Will, involved in court proceedings or whatever your legal need, we are committed to delivering the best outcomes for our clients.

We are committed to the town of Newark and the local community. We work closely together with the Children’s Bereavement Centre, Beaumond House Hospice and other local charities.

When you need solicitors in Newark, Ringrose Law have it covered.

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About Newark

Newark is located in Nottinghamshire on the River Trent. The location has long been a cross-road of many transport connections passing through it. The ancient Great North Road – now the A1 – runs through the town as does the East Coast Main Line. Along with sitting not far from Lincolnshire, it sees many commuters travelling through the town.

The town has a long history. The first known records of the town date back to 1054 and its origins are possibly Roman due to the key position on the Fosse Way and River Trent.

The ruins of Newark Castle now sit at the heart of the town. Originally a key defensive structure for hundreds of years, the building was besieged by Parliamentary forces during the Civil War. The site is also the place where King John died of dysentery in 1216. During the medieval period, the town became a centre for the wool and cloth trade. And by the time of Henry II, Newark had become a major market-town with markets held throughout the week.

The Victorian era saw the population of the town increase to 15,000 by the end of the 19th century. Major industries during this time were focused on clothing, agricultural machinery, furniture and the refining of sugar from sugar-beet.

In recent times, the town predominately serves as a commuter town, with residents travelling to Lincoln or Nottingham. The current population is 27,700. The town still has a major sugar refining industry with British Sugar PLC processing 1.6 million tonnes of sugar beet each year. Located outside the town are also large national distribution centres for Currys.