Divorce to become more straightforward for local people in South Essex, says Palmers solicitor
Changes to the divorce process announced by the Government mean that it will be easier in future for couples in South Essex to part ways.
Palmers Solicitors is launching an adjudication service for the construction sector to help businesses working in the sector to assist them in resolving contractual disputes without going to court.
Palmers Solicitors recognised for staff wellbeing initiatives with shortlisting for prestigious national award
Palmers Solicitors is one of just four law firms from across the UK to be shortlisted in the Wellbeing category of the prestigious LexisNexis Legal Awards 2019.
Couples splitting up this New Year should beware the divorce ‘blame game’, says Palmers solicitor
Partner, Surjit Verdi, has said that couples splitting up this New Year should be wary of falling into the trap of the divorce ‘blame game’. She made the comments during what is one of the busiest times in the year for couples divorcing.
Palmers road traffic solicitor says that new figures may not show the full extent of drug driving
Jeremy Sirrell, a Partner at Palmers Solicitors, who specialises in road traffic offences has said that new drug driving statistics may not show the full extent of the problem.
Palmers Solicitors backs ‘best dressed’ on the high street ahead of the final weekend of Christmas shopping
We have lent our support to a number of high street retailers, just days before the final weekend of Christmas shopping gets underway.
We have announced the winners of its two annual Christmas-themed competitions with local schools.
We have raised more than £700 for children in hospital with a range of seasonal fundraising activities.
We have raised hundreds of pounds for two local charities with a collection at its annual Christmas carol concert.
South Essex road traffic solicitor says that councils should carefully target 20mph speed limits to improve their effectiveness
Jeremy Sirrell, a Partner at Palmers Solicitors, who specialises in road traffic offences, has said that councils could improve the effectiveness of 20mph speed limits by being more selective about where and when they are used.