Keith Bagot is a Consultant Solicitor based at our Clitheroe office. Formerly Managing Partner of Steele & Son with Bagot Heyes, Keith was born and brought up in the Ribble Valley. He has worked in Clitheroe for over 35 years establishing and running his own practice before joining Steele & Son in 2008.
Keith has a wide ranging practice in non-contentious matters particularly Wills, Probate and Trusts, as well as Residential and Commercial Conveyancing. Keith is married with three grown up sons. Away from the pressures of the office he enjoys walking and is a past Chairman of Clitheroe Round Table.
- Conveyancing (Commercial and Residential)
- Landlord and Tenant (Commercial and Residential)
- Business Affairs
- Wills and Probate
Telephone: 01200 444321
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