South Essex lawyers urge entrepreneurs to plan carefully when it comes to selling their business
Palmers Solicitors is urging entrepreneurs to plan carefully for the sale of their business and not to be enticed by offers that come out of the blue.
Tesla driver who sat in the passenger seat on the M1 was lucky to have avoided prison, says Palmers’ road traffic specialist
Jeremy Sirrell, a Partner at Palmers Solicitors who specialises in road traffic law, has said that a Tesla driver who sat in the passenger seat as his semi-autonomous car travelled up the M1 was lucky to have avoided prison, after being convicted of Dangerous Driving.
We warn businesses on sweeping changes to data protection law coming into force next month
Our team is warning businesses of the dangers of failing to comply with sweeping changes to data protection law, which come into effect in the UK next month.
Lawyers from our firm have helped clients and contacts get to grip with new data protection rules at a seminar on the topic.
Palmers Solicitors’ road traffic offences Partner explains Ant McPartlin’s record-breaking drink driving fine
When television presenter, Ant McPartlin was yesterday sentenced to a record-breaking fine of £86,000 and a 20-month driving ban after pleading guilty to drink driving, many people will have been shocked at quite how large the fine was.
Laura Carter passes her CILEx exams
Laura Carter, Legal Executive in the Wills and Probate department at our South Woodham Ferrers office, is celebrating after passing the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx) exams.
Promotion for Carla Jones
Carla Jones, a Solicitor at Palmers Solicitors, becomes an Associate Solicitor from 1 April 2018.
Adam Davis, a Partner at Palmers Solicitors, helped launch the Industry Champion Mentor Scheme in conjunction with Southend Council on Friday 9 March 2018.
Palmers Solicitors warns local people of the possible risks of getting married without protecting their assets
This month, we are warning local people about the risks associated with getting married without first protecting their assets.
Youngsters from across South Essex are set to benefit as lawyers from Palmers Solicitors join a mentoring scheme intended to boost their confidence and ambitions.