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New nominated charity announced

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Enoch Evans solicitors have announced that their nominated charity is The Cancer Support Centre. The Cancer Support Centre is a local charity supporting those affected by cancer in the West...

“No Fault Divorce”

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  Going through a divorce can be an extremely stressful and upsetting time for all parties involved. The Family Team at Enoch Evans Solicitors are here to ensure that the...
Solicitor Laura Phillips from celebrates her recent promotion to senior solicitor.  As of 1st May 2023, Laura Phillips has been promoted to Senior Solicitor working in the Residential Conveyancing Department....

Prenuptial Agreement

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With Summer around the corner and the fact that many couples have delayed their weddings during the Covid Pandemic, they will now have plans for their big special day. A...
An apprentice from Law Firm Enoch Evans has achieved top marks for her apprenticeship. Lauren Beardsmore has successfully completed her Apprenticeship with three distinction marks. She joined Enoch Evans Solicitors...

Shortlisted for Law Firm of the Year

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Enoch Evans Solicitors have been shortlisted for Law Firm of the Year (regional) at the Birmingham Law Society Legal awards 2023. With offices in Walsall, Sutton Coldfield, and Cannock we...

Rest in peace

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Rest in peace, Your Majesty.
Supporting charities has always been a priority for Enoch Evans and we have a long history of working with charities in the local community. This year we have taken the...

Preparing for the School Admission Process

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School applications can be quite stressful for parents, who simply want the best education for their children. There are strict deadlines to adhere to and careful thought must be given...
As part of an initiative we have supported for a number of years, we are proud to have raised £1,000 for St Giles Hospice during a recent ‘Make Your Will...

COVID-19 – Life and Debt

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Debt levels continue to soar for businesses within the UK, as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, with accountants previously estimating that there would be a rise of an astonishing...
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