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.
Brits buying in Spain set to benefit from Palmers Solicitors’ innovative collaboration with Spanish colleagues
Palmers Solicitors has announced a collaboration with a Spanish professional services firm, designed to ease the process for Brits buying in Spain.
As the mercury plunges below zero, Palmers solicitor says drivers should take an ‘intelligent approach’ to driving in cold weather
With icy conditions sweeping across the UK this week, a specialist road traffic solicitor at Palmers has said that while there are no particular laws relating to driving in bad weather, drivers should take an ‘intelligent approach’.
As Basildon is revealed as a top area for start-ups, lawyers at Palmers Solicitors urge entrepreneurs to act to avoid future disputes with business partners
Lawyers from our firm are advising entrepreneurs to take steps now to help prevent disputes with business partners in the future.
Palmers road traffic specialist warns that retaining a driving licence after totting up 12 or more points is “far from guaranteed”
Jeremy Sirrell, a Partner at Palmers Solicitors who specialises in defending motorists accused of committing road traffic offences has warned that anyone who expects to keep their driving licence after totting up 12 or more points could be sorely disappointed.