John Barkers

Solicitors in Suffolk

At John Barker Solicitors, we are proud to offer our professional legal services to the county of Suffolk. Our firm has been in existence for over a century, since 1884, and over this time we have built up a wealth of experience and knowledge in many areas of law that allow us to provide quality advice at an affordable price.

We specialize in a range of legal services, including family law, personal injury compensation cases, conveyancing, civil and commercial litigation, criminal defense work and probate matters.

No matter what issue you may be facing or question you may have about the law, our team of dedicated and experienced professionals is here to help. We understand the legal system can often seem complex, but our experts are here to provide you with clear advice and guide you through any process.

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Solicitors serving Suffolk, why choose us?

John Barkers Solicitors offers a wide range of legal services throughout Suffolk. No matter where you are in the county, from Ipswich to Lowestoft, Beccles to Haverhill – we've got you covered! You can trust us when it comes to your legal needs; with our decades of experience in the industry and local knowledge-base, we are committed to providing you outstanding service.

Services throughout Suffolk

Whether you're looking for assistance with family issues such as divorce or child custody, advice on wills and probates or need help sorting out property disputes – John Barkers Solicitors is here for you. We'll work hard to ensure you receive the best legal advice and support throughout Suffolk, including villages like Stowmarket, Woodbridge, Framlingham, Hadleigh and Southwold.

The John Barkers Edge

At John Barkers Solicitors, we understand that navigating the complex legal world can be tough. That's why we put our clients first – providing them with clear guidance on their legal matters in a straightforward and uncomplicated way. With us by your side, you've got an experienced advocate in your corner who will fight for the outcome you deserve.

Information on Suffolk

Suffolk has a long and varied history that dates well back into antiquity. It was an important centre for early Iron Age people due to its position in the region and its wealth of natural resources – especially good farmland. In the Medieval period, it was part of the Danelaw and saw significant battles between Saxons and Vikings. During the Elizabethan era, Suffolk was a major agricultural centre and remained so until the turn of the 19th century when industry began to take over.


Suffolk is located in East Anglia in England, bordered by Norfolk to the North and Essex to the South. It covers an area of just under 1,400 square miles and has a population of around 800,000 people. The county includes two separate areas - West Suffolk and East Suffolk - which were merged for local government purposes in 1974.

Motorway Access

Suffolk has excellent motorway access with both the A14 and M11 running through the county. This makes it very easy for people to travel in and out without having to go too far. In addition, there are several other major roads that connect Suffolk with the rest of England – making it ideal for logistics.


The economy of Suffolk is mainly based on agriculture, with around 28% of its workforce employed in this sector. Other industries include engineering, food processing, tourism and technology. The area has a long history of industry which continues today with many businesses setting up shop here.

Population Number

As mentioned above, the population of Suffolk is estimated to be around 800,000 people. This makes it one of the most densely populated counties in England and Wales. It is estimated that the population has grown by 3% since 2011.


In recent years, Suffolk has seen a lot of investment from both public and private sectors. The county has benefited from some major infrastructure projects which have helped to boost its economy – things such as improved transport links and new business parks. There is also a lot of focus on developing renewable energy sources which will provide additional jobs and investment for the future.