Awards, accreditations and accolades… we have a few!


Here at AWB Charlesworth, we go above and beyond to provide our clients with the best service. So much so, that we’ve picked up many legal accreditations to add to business awards and accolades from loyal customers.


AWB Charlesworth is Lexcel-accredited, and have been now for 14 years. We are one of the few law firms in our region that have been accredited with this award. Lexcel is a legal practice quality mark for client care, compliance and practice management. We are audited annually to ensure that our standards remain excellent.

Lexcel, the legal practice quality mark for client care from the Law Society

AWB Charlesworth Solicitors secures law society quality mark for 14th year running

Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS)

CQS is the Law Society’s accreditation for conveyancing. This scheme ensures that: we have the expertise to deliver quality residential conveyancing advice, use standardised processes to manage and reduce risks, and educate clients about costs.

Law Society Conveyancing Quality Scheme

The Law Society accredits us again!


AWB Charlesworth’s Family Law team, Amanda de Winter and Rachel Davies are proud members of Resolution. Resolution is an organisation that promotes non-confrontational methods regarding family law matters such as divorce and separation. Resolution believes that during a separation conflict should be minimised and the best interests of children should be at the heart of decision-making.

Resolution – trying to take the ‘difficult’ out of divorce

Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP)

Most of our Wills, Trust and Probate team are members of STEP, a global professional body. It is seen as the kite mark of excellence in the areas of managing assets across the generations.

and of course…

Solicitors Regulatory Authority (SRA)

The Law Society

Anyone who practices to be a solicitor within England and Wales must hold a valid practising certificate, showing that they are a member of the Law Society and therefore regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). Look for the SRA logo on a solicitor’s website and click through to ensure their registration is valid.