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Free workshops to solve staff legal issues

Thursfields Solicitors are offering a free workshop for companies to provide a one-stop solution for their staff’s personal legal requirements.

The Midlands law firm will deliver the new service either at companies’ premises or at one of its own offices in Birmingham, Halesowen, Kidderminster, Sedgley, Solihull, Stourport and Worcester.

The free session will include advice on a range of legal issues - from wills and trusts to relationship breakdowns, and from buying and selling new homes to wealth protection.

Shane Miller, head of the private client services team at Thursfields, said: “When people face legal issues it can often result in stress at work, and the impact of personal well-being on a business is not something to be overlooked.

“We are offering free legal workshops to companies across the West Midlands to help make their own teams aware of the processes and services available to ring-fence their futures. In this way, Thursfields can help companies to ensure their employees are protected with our one-stop solution for any personal legal requirements needed by their staff.”

In the area of wills and trusts, Miss Miller said the majority of people have not drawn up a will at all, let alone kept it up to date.

“Our expert wills and trust team will cover the pitfalls when people die intestate, which means without a will, and the benefits and peace of mind a will can bring. We can also advise on setting up trusts to future-proof assets for the next generation, and creating a Power of Attorney where needed.”

Miss Miller said Thursfields’ award-winning family law team had the legal expertise and understanding to help couples when relationships break down.

“We can provide services to prepare for this worst-case scenario to protect you, your children and your assets. This can be via a pre-nuptial, post-nuptial or co-habitation agreement, as well as helping couples decide the best outcome for any children if relationships face future difficulties.”

She said Thursfields’ expert conveyancing team had the knowledge and experience needed for when people were buying or selling properties, and could also help with re-mortgaging and leasehold extensions. Thursfields can also assist with wealth protection, working with a range of professional advisers to provide an all-round service to address all aspects of people’s private wealth.

Pictured: Shane Miller from Thursfields Solicitors


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