PCB Solicitors Telford

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Two legal experts are celebrating a hugely successful first year with a local firm of solicitors.
PCB Law, a local firm of solicitors is in high spirits after one of its dedicated trainees has become a fully qualified solicitor.
Local solicitors PCB are reminding Telford residents of the importance of ensuring they have updated wills following a storyline in one of the UK’s most popular television dramas.
PCB Solicitors, your local law firm is advising elderly residents across the region that they could be entitled to free or reduced-cost care.
Nicola Pugh, a Chartered Legal Executive at Shropshire-based PCB Solicitors, is urging individuals to always obtain building regulations approvals before altering their home, to ensure work is consistent with a set of compulsory standards which are in place.
A local firm of solicitors is advising victims of abuse of a Government scheme which could provide financial comfort at a truly stressful time.
The welcome news of the royal birth has prompted a local law firm to urge HRHs William and Kate, and other new mums and dads across the county – to take a little time out to update their legal documents.
A local firm of solicitors is advising victims of abuse of a Government scheme which could provide financial comfort at a truly stressful time.
Under a crackdown starting in April introduced to try and encourage more families to resolve their problems through counselling and mediation only certain types of family law cases will be eligible to public funding.
PCB solicitors has taken part in a number of national initiatives which has helped over a 100 local residents ensure peace of mind over their assets, raising much needed money for charity in the process.
A warning for the increasing number of divorced or separated couples that continue to live together in the same home could have far-reaching legal implications.
A summary from Ryan Bickman, a matrimonial solicitor at PCB Solicitors' Telford about the implications of the legal aid reforms, and what they could means for you.
Earlier this week the Supreme Court ruled in favour of 174 female former Birmingham City Council employees who argued they had been treated unfavourably compared with their male counterparts....
Farmers and landowners across Telford are being urged by a local legal expert to take heed of a revised definition of ‘reasonable access’ to ensure there isn’t any need to mend fences.
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