You may have recently received a settlement cheque, or perhaps been the beneficiary of a will and are now seeking advice on how to invest your money effectively. Many of our clients ask us who they should talk to for advice on pensions, investments and many other financial matters.
We are delighted to have entered into agreement with a select group of financial advisors* who we know will offer our clients an excellent level of service on all financial matters including –
A free initial consultation is available at Thorneycroft Solicitors offices or in the comfort of your own home. To make an appointment to discuss your specific needs please call us FREE on 01625 1979 345.
*Clients will be referred to selected IFAs in their geographical area.
YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE.
Our approved financial advisors charge a fee for mortgage advice. Thorneycroft Solicitors is an introducer to a network of approved financial advisors who are Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Services Authority.
Our private client team are currently offering great deals on conveyancing and wills:
Whether you are buying or selling your house, or simply remortgaging, at Thorneycroft Solicitors we help take the worry out of moving by offering a fast, reliable and expert service, and at just £400* plus VAT it is great value for money.
Let us take the stress out of your move.
*for properties up to £500,000, excludes disbursements.
When it comes to your property and your possessions a will ensures that you decide who benefits after you’re gone. At Thorneycroft Solicitors we offer professional advice and support, giving peace of mind that the correct plans are in place. We are currently preparing standard wills for just £95 + VAT.
To find out more, or to discuss your conveyancing needs call 03300 580 118 or to find out more about your Wills requirements, call us today FREE on 0800 1979 345.
Listen in to Silk 106.9 at 11 am where Thorneycroft Solicitors’ Hazel Madden will be joined by Fiona Beasley from East Cheshire Hospice for our regular Legal Hour slot.
East Cheshire Hospice, based in Macclesfield, and covering the whole of East Cheshire provides special care for adults suffering from life-limiting illnesses for which there is no cure.
The 2012 Macclesfield and Wilmslow Business Awards took place on Thursday 15 November at De Vere Mottram Hall Cheshire. The event was hosted by Andy Bailey from Cheshire’s Silk 106.9 with guest speaker Clive Drinkwater, UKTI’s Regional Director for the North West.
We’d like to congratulate all of the winners, and special congratulations to the winner of the Thorneycroft Solicitors sponsored award – Excellence in Customer Service which went to Peaks & Plains Housing Trust.
At Thorneycroft Solicitors our expert team of probate solicitors have earned a reputation for providing a caring and sympathetic approach to all legal matters within these complex areas of law.
Probate costs can often be an additional worry and uncertainty at this time, and this is why we are offering clients our probate service for a fee of just 1% of the estate (or a minimum of £750).
You still obtain the best legal advice, but compared to average costs of between 3-5% you will be in a better position to financially safeguard your future.
Our solicitors will guide you through all aspects of the service, keeping your best interests and wishes a priority at all times. For more information and advice about any probate issues, contact one of our specialist team today.
Awards season is upon us in the legal industry, kicking off last week with the Personal Injury Awards hosted by Patrick Kielty which celebrate excellence in the Personal Injury Claims sector. This year Thorneycroft Solicitors were sponsors of the Claims Management Company of the Year Award which we were delighted to award to First 4 Lawyers.
Thorneycroft Solicitors is excited to be the first Brain Injury specialist to be offering its clients the use of a Vicon Revue as part of their rehabilitation process post-injury. The Revue is a revolutionary new memory aid that can radically improve a person’s ability to remember events and experiences following a traumatic brain injury – and can vastly improve an area of a person’s life that can be left devastated.
The device – developed by Microsoft as the SenseCam – is an intelligent camera worn a round the neck and works by taking photos every 20 seconds or so, which are then reviewed a couple of times a day for a couple of weeks, resulting in a phenomenal improvement in recall of autobiographical events. Users of the Revue report a hugely positive experience, with not just an improvement in memory but also a reduction in anxiety and the ability to be more socially relaxed.
A team of intrepid Moustache Merchants – Thorneycroft Mo Bros – will be sporting upper lip hair for the 30 days of Movember raising funds and much needed awareness around the often ignored issues of men’s health.
Movember, the month formerly known as November, is when brave and selfless men around the world grow a moustache to raise awareness and funds for men’s health – specifically prostate and testicular cancer. 1 in 9 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in the UK and one man is diagnosed every 15 minutes.
Two victims of the recent flooding in the UK said they will seek compensation from the Environmental Agency after £1.7m worth of flood defences failed to protect their property.
The couple say that the flood water has caused around £10,000 worth of damage to their protect which is located in Worcester.
Their cars, a Mercedes SLK and a Daihatsu Cuore, were both ruined by the flood water, as were several other items in their garage including a collection of antique books.
A soldier has been praised for his quick thinking when he stopped to help at the scene of an accident, six years after being involved in a motorbike accident himself.
The man used his military training to divert traffic around the incident and helped an air ambulance leave the scene of the crash which happened on Glasgow Road.
The soldier was involved in a road traffic accident in 2006 which left him unable to return to front line work after he had served in Iraq.
“I was leaving the TA centre on Latta Street after attending a remembrance service,” he told press.