Blog, Russell HallamBy Russell Hallam
"Any legal questions they have got, they can come in and have a free half hour with us on any areas of law we cover," explains Russell Hallam, managing partner at Turbervilles.
Thereafter, the solicitor best able to advise on the carer's issue, whether it be probate matters, family law, wills, lasting power of attorney and so on, is assigned to follow up.
explained: "Where we have come in is that we are providing a lot of information.
"You are stronger together and, yes, at the end of the day we want to be seen as the go-to place," said Mr Hallam
In addition, Turbervilles
is forging ever stronger links with the business community.
In the pipeline is a plan under which local companies will be invited to free seminars that might, for example, bring them up to speed on new commercial law, or flag up best practice for dealing with challenges they might face in the months ahead.
"We have got a training facility here that can hold about 20 people," says Mr Hallam