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Guy Lowton

Guy Lowton, Retires from Farnfields after 40 years

Guy Lowton, Consultant Solicitor and former Senior Partner of Farnfields Solicitors, has retired from Farnfields after 40 years service with the firm. Guy has been instrumental in the growth of Farnfields and was responsible for opening the Shaftesbury office in 1980. Specialising in property work, Guy built up a reputation for his practical approach. Fiona Read More

Jordan Griffiths

Pre-Action Protocol for Debt Claims

From the 1st October 2017 the Pre-Action Protocol for Debt Claims came into effect. Who does it apply to? The Protocol applies to businesses (including sole traders and public bodies) claiming money from an individual (including sole traders). What is the purpose of it? This Protocol’s aims include:– encouraging early engagement and communication between the Read More

Landlord Event Wednesday 7th March at The Coppleridge Inn, Motcombe

A seminar for landlords in partnership with Woolley and Wallis, Alan & Thomas Insurance Group, Andrews and Palmer Chartered Accountants and Bloomfield & Associates.  Topics include: Changes in Lettings Legislation Property Fraud Residential Possession Proceedings Landlord Insurance Recent Landlord Tax Changes Buy to Let Mortgages Please RSVP to s.lettings@w-w.co.uk or call 01747 857543.

Two new Family Law experts join Farnfields Solicitors

Farnfields is pleased to welcome Alison Joll and Lucy Brown to the firm’s expanding Family department. Both Alison and Lucy are experienced Family solicitors. Alison (pictured right) has been a specialist Family Lawyer for over 25 years and is a former Partner of a Hampshire Law firm. She has practiced as a Family mediator and is a Read More

Christmas gifts that keep on giving

Christmas shopping usually means a visit to the high street or browsing online retailers, but the season of giving can be a good time to make sure you’re maximising your opportunities for inheritance tax reliefs, whether to family, friends or charity, while spreading some seasonal cheer. While larger gifts may be taken into account, anyone Read More