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We are a forward thinking boutique law firm providing a high quality service to all our clients, whilst preserving the traditional core values of a solicitor and client relationship. We are accredited by The Law Society with the Lexcel quality mark.
We observe high personal and professional standards as our reputation is of paramount importance. We do not make compromises on standards and quality, but seek to deliver a bespoke service at a competitive price which is tailored to your needs.
Our lawyers have big firm pedigree, specialist accreditations and are highly recommended. We look after our clients who value the personal and bespoke legal service that we provide, without the mystery of technical jargon.
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We’re delighted to announce that Rosanna Derryman from our Wills and Probate Team and Karen Mace from our Property Team have been promoted to the position of Associate. Both are long-standing members of staff who provide outstanding levels of service to their clients for whom they are always willing to “go the extra mile”! We managed to drag them away from work just long enough to have their photo taken with Sarah Warren, head of our Property Team! Congratulations to them both!
We’re delighted to announce that Charles Aslett has been promoted to Head of Residential Property at Stokes Partners. Charles joined us in 2020 and has worked extraordinarily hard to support his team and our clients through the pandemic and the Stamp Duty “holiday” periods. We are sure that the team will go from strength to strength under his leadership. Charles is pictured with Sarah Warren, Head of Property and Joanne Butler, Operations Partner.
In this video, our partner Michael answers some frequently asked questions about contentious probate.
Our partner Michael looks at what makes a will and how they work, starting with revocation. Michael specialises in wills and inheritance disputes which means he is well position to explain this area and consider what happen when things go wrong.
The execution of a will, in most circumstances, revokes an earlier one.
A revocation clause, usually found at the start of a will, ensures there can be no doubt that the testator wanted their new will to replace an earlier one.