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Law firm's will writing week raises money for KEMP Hospice

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A charity will writing initiative has raised £4,000 for a Wyre Forest hospice. Experts from Kidderminster law firm mfg Solicitors donated their time to offer free will writing for the public with those taking part giving a voluntary donation to...

Two property specialists join Bromsgrove office

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Two property experts have joined one of Bromsgrove’s largest law firms. David Faulkner has been appointed as an associate at High Street-based mfg Solicitors, while Stephanie Rushfirth joins the firm as a solicitor. The pair will assist in a growing...

Senior associate promotions announced

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A Midlands legal firm has announced series of promotions as it continues its growth plans across the region. Law firm mfg Solicitors, which has offices across Worcestershire, Shropshire and in Birmingham, has announced the promotion of six specialist...

Lifetime achievement honour for agricultural lawyer

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A widely respected agricultural lawyer with more than 55 years’ experience in the rural legal world has been honoured with a lifetime achievement award. Jim Quinn, from law firm mfg Solicitors was recognised at the 2019 Worcestershire Law Society...

Law firm raises over £3,800 for Worcester's St Richard's Hospice

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Lawyers at a Worcester law firm have raised over £3,800 for local hospice as part of a Will-writing drive. mfg Solicitors recently offered its services for free in support of St Richard’s Hospice’s ‘Write a Will’ month –...

Worcester law firm backs young swim stars

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A Worcester firm of solicitors has helped a popular city swimming club for the second year running with a £500 donation. Lawyers at Tything-based mfg Solicitors gave the donation to Worcester Swimming Club to help them hold their annual awards...

mfg Solicitors and the CLA host spring farming seminar

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Over 70 landowners, rural business owners and land professionals attended a spring farming seminar in Ludlow – one of the region’s most popular agricultural events. Held at the town’s Ludlow Kitchen, the seminar was hosted by partners from...

Firms must plan ahead as April statutory payments increase looms

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Businesses have been warned they face financial penalties and potential director’s disqualification if they aren’t prepared ahead of statutory wage payments increasing on 1 April. The alert has been issued by Midlands employment lawyer...

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