Promotions at Palmers
Essex-based law firm Palmers Solicitors has been pleased to announce a number of promotions.
In a case which has attracted media attention over a number of years, a will that was deemed to be unreasonable has been overturned by the courts, resulting in a woman being awarded £164,000 from her estranged mother’s estate, despite the deceased stating in her will that she did not want her daughter to receive any financial benefit.
Chris Mowat – one of the founding partners of award-winning Essex law firm Palmers Solicitors and now a Consultant Solicitor with the firm – recently presented a cheque to St. Luke’s Hospice.
Last month, a solicitor at Palmers undertook the famous London to Brighton journey on a bicycle to raise money for the British Heart Foundation.
Another STEP closer
Essex-based solicitors Palmers is proud to announce that one of its solicitors has passed the second of four exams that will enable him to obtain the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) Diploma in Trusts and Estates.
Three of Palmers Solicitors’ team are demonstrating their athletic prowess by entering a triathlon event to raise funds for a south-east Essex charity.
Palmers sees success in divorce case
Palmers Solicitors’ Surjit Verdi recently acted for a party in an interesting and unusual matter which reached the Court of Appeal.
A guide to shared parental leave
Shared parental leave is a new legal right allowing couples to share maternity or adoption leave and pay, and Palmers Solicitors has produced a free guide for you.
Palmers’ Matt Johnson has been appointed as a Commissioner of a new Council Focus Group, called the Fairness Commission.
Pedal power prevails at Palmers
On 21 June, a solicitor at Palmers will be undertaking the famous London to Brighton journey on a bicycle.