Discounts for NHS Health Staff, Emergency Services and Armed Forces personnel We are delighted to announce that we are extending our support for people in public service.
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New Year, New You? As the merriment and glad tidings of Christmas give way to the discomfort from over indulging and the January blues, many of us use the New Year to turn the lens inwards and have a look at our lives vowing to make changes.
The influence for this blog came when writing my earlier blog about busting the myths and perceptions surrounding courts and the court process. If you haven’t read it, please have a look.
Family Court, the myths and the reality I recently wrote a piece about Mediation and how it works. Afterwards it occurred to me my piece could have been interpreted as feeding one of the main myths surrounding the court process, namely that it should be avoided at all costs. The reality is that it has […]
We are very pleased to congratulate our (now former) trainee solicitor, Matthew Bass, who qualified as a solicitor on 16 September 2019.
Mediation… What is it? How does it work? Should I go? Do I have to go? These are all questions that potential clients ask me during an initial appointment to discuss the divorce process.
When money is short, it’s easy to understand why people are tempted by promises of a ‘cheap’ divorce. Unfortunately, the amazing headline figures only tell part of the story.
Long-established Banbury law firm, Hancocks Solicitors, has opened a branch office at Commerce House, Telford Road, Bicester OX26 4LD, taking its offices to three. The Bicester office is headed by conveyancing and private client solicitor Laura Lewis.
The solicitors at Hancocks were delighted to support local charity, Katharine House Hospice, in their 2018 Make a Will Week fundraising campaign. Our Banbury-based private client team provided their usual, excellent service and helped numerous people write their will during October.
Hancocks, a long-established Banbury firm of solicitors has acquired Shipston-based Brooks Law from David Brooks.