Williams Denton and Gamlins open doors to free accounting and legal advice
1st February 2012
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Businesses in North Wales can now access free accountancy and legal advice as part of a landmark scheme from Williams Denton and Gamlins.

The leading accountancy and legal firms are set to hold early evening drop-in clinics every Tuesday throughout February at the Williams Denton offices in Llandudno.

The move follows a report prepared for the Welsh Assembly that found many small businesses are confused about where to turn for support from the public sector. Peter Denton, a director at Williams Denton, contributed to the report on behalf of North Wales.

Martin Barrett, also a director at the accountancy firm said: “We know how tough it can be running a business and wearing a number of different ‘hats’. Often small business owners don’t have the time to spend investigating where to get good quality advice.

“We are very lucky to have enjoyed a good deal of support from our clients and the community at large, this is our way of giving something back. Williams Denton staff can also offer individuals advice at the clinics, for example if they have concerns about PAYE or Tax Coding Notices.”

The drop-in sessions are designed to allow people to get good quality independent and professional advice, without worrying about the clock ticking on fees.

From Gamlins, partner William Bankes will be on hand, drawing on his 12-years-worth of commercial law knowledge, built in a London corporate environment.

He said: “The clinics are very much open house. We can offer advice on all aspects of commercial law, from shareholder agreements or terms and conditions, to commercial property issues through to employment and litigation. Whatever the issue, we have the experience to offer sound, professional advice and are here to help.”

The drop-in clinics will take place every Tuesday in February, starting on 7th February, between 4.30pm and 6.30pm at the Williams Denton offices, 13 Trinity Square, Llandudno. No appointment is necessary.

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