We provide our clients with a caring and understanding approach to the important process, putting our clients' wishes and best interests first at all times.
Thorneycroft Solicitors Managing Director Rachel Stow talks about the range of services offered to clients and the approach that we take, in order to ensure the finest levels of care advice and support.
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Thorneycroft Solicitors are a leading law firm, delivering high quality legal services and advice to individuals and businesses. Founded in 1990, we have offices in Macclesfield, Holmes Chapel and Buxton, but we look after the needs of clients wherever they are located throughout the UK. Our solicitors and legal specialists cover a wide range of legal services, providing the very best advice as well as the highest levels of customer care, with integrity and cost effective results.
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Being a corporate member of Headway, the brain injury association, is very important to us at Thorneycroft solicitors for a number of reasons. We have worked with many people whose lives have been changed forever, following accidents on the roads or at work. We see, first hand, how devastating brain injuries can be to victims
The new Inheritance Tax system appears at first glance to offer couples £1,000,000 tax free allowance but on closer inspection the devil is in the detail. The system is due to be phased in gradually in April and is not applicable before then.
A dental nurse who offered a teeth whitening service to clients, which was potentially hazardous to health, has been struck off the dental register.
A construction company has been found guilty of breaching section 4 (1) of the Work at Height Regulations 2005, fined £400,000 and ordered to pay legal costs of £1,534 after one of its employees fell from a height and broke his pelvis and arm.
A mother is appealing for the person who helped her three year old child after she trapped her hand in a lift door and injured her hand.