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  • The Wilkes Partnership’s Corporate Team advises Quattro Pensions in deal with Broadstone Group 15th April 2021
    Headed by Gareth O’Hara, Senior Partner, the Wilkes Partnership’s Corporate Team has advised Redditch based Quattro Pensions in a deal... The post The Wilkes Partnership’s Corporate Team advises Quattro Pensions in deal with Broadstone Group appeared first on The Wilkes Partnership Solicitors | Birmingham & Solihull Solicitors.
    David OMara
  • Toxic Shock Syndrome: a time to seek legal advice? 7th April 2021
    Kate Campbell-Gunn specialises in personal injury and medical negligence matters at the Wilkes Partnership. The nature of her work means... The post Toxic Shock Syndrome: a time to seek legal advice? appeared first on The Wilkes Partnership Solicitors | Birmingham & Solihull Solicitors.
    David OMara
  • Fallout from Covid-19: Employment tribunal claims are on the rise 31st March 2021
    The work environment has received a seismic blow as the UK and the rest of the world have grappled with... The post Fallout from Covid-19: Employment tribunal claims are on the rise appeared first on The Wilkes Partnership Solicitors | Birmingham & Solihull Solicitors.
    David OMara
  • Making a will is essential; maintaining it is crucial 24th March 2021
    Making a will may seem like a daunting task, but it is essential. Your will directs how your estate will... The post Making a will is essential; maintaining it is crucial appeared first on The Wilkes Partnership Solicitors | Birmingham & Solihull Solicitors.
    David OMara
  • Extending the furlough scheme: will it help working mums as schools reopen? 22nd March 2021
    Now that schools have reopened, parents everywhere will be breathing a sigh of relief as we, hopefully, move towards some... The post Extending the furlough scheme: will it help working mums as schools reopen? appeared first on The Wilkes Partnership Solicitors | Birmingham & Solihull Solicitors.
    David OMara
  • Where there’s a will…validity is key 19th March 2021
    Making sure that your “last will and testament” is a valid, legally sound document, is as important as that phrase... The post Where there’s a will…validity is key appeared first on The Wilkes Partnership Solicitors | Birmingham & Solihull Solicitors.
    David OMara
  • Settlement agreements: ending an employment relationship without the drama 15th March 2021
    For Sarah Begley, an employment law specialist at The Wilkes Partnership, settlement agreements make a regular appearance on her ‘to... The post Settlement agreements: ending an employment relationship without the drama appeared first on The Wilkes Partnership Solicitors | Birmingham & Solihull Solicitors.
    David OMara
  • A child’s welfare is paramount, even during a pandemic 11th March 2021
    The Childcare team at Carvers Law are specialists in matters relating to children. Concerns can be raised about a child’s... The post A child’s welfare is paramount, even during a pandemic appeared first on The Wilkes Partnership Solicitors | Birmingham & Solihull Solicitors.
    David OMara
  • The Wilkes Partnership’s Corporate Team advises uvex sports group on deal with HIPLOK 8th March 2021
    Dual qualified Solicitor and German Rechtsanwältin with The Wilkes Partnership’s Corporate Team, Elisabeth Conner, has advised the uvex sports group... The post The Wilkes Partnership’s Corporate Team advises uvex sports group on deal with HIPLOK appeared first on The Wilkes Partnership Solicitors | Birmingham & Solihull Solicitors.
    David OMara
  • The Wilkes Partnership’s Corporate Team advises Nationwide Property Assistance Ltd on sale to Davies 5th March 2021
     Jeremy Parkin, Partner in the Corporate Team at The Wilkes Partnership, has advised the owners of long-term client Nationwide Property... The post The Wilkes Partnership’s Corporate Team advises Nationwide Property Assistance Ltd on sale to Davies appeared first on The Wilkes Partnership Solicitors | Birmingham & Solihull Solicitors.
    David OMara

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February 2021

 

To our valued clients and partners,

 

As the impact of COVID-19 continues to evolve we wanted to take the time to reassure you of the actions we are taking to protect our clients, colleagues and our wider communities, whilst working to maintain our services to you at this time.

 

Our commitment to you

 

We are open for business and will continue to provide you with the best service we can in the safest way possible. In line with Government guidance we will be limiting face-to-face contact as much as possible. We are able to facilitate all client appointments by either video or conference call to suit your needs.

 

If you have any queries please contact your usual legal advisor to discuss appointment options.

 

Our staff are set up and ready to respond to you as usual. We are working hard to mitigate any disruptions, and will continue to provide you with the legal service and advice you need, delivered with the high-level of service you have come to expect from Carvers.

 

If you have a general enquiry please call us on 0121 784 8484 or contact your normal legal advisor.

 

Thank you for your patience during these unprecedented times. We look forward to returning to normal, with a handshake, as soon as possible.

 

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