Thursfields Quiz raises funds to help the Stourport Mid Severn Sea Scouts

Thursfields Stourport Scouts

On the evening of 22 June 2018, Thursfields Stourport lawyers were out with their fundraising hats on, raising much needed funds for the Stourport Mid Severn Sea Scouts. The scouts are raising funds to replace equipment that assist with taking the Cubs, Beavers and Scouts on trips and camps such as next weeks District Camp…

Trio of newly qualified solicitors at Thursfields

Kirsty, Nick, Charlotte and Priya

A trio of bright graduates have just become newly qualified solicitors at Thursfields. Priya Ohri, Charlotte Perry and Kirsty Underhill all joined as paralegals before enrolling on an intensive two-year trainee solicitor programme. Nick O’Hara, managing director at Thursfields, congratulated the threesome and said: “We’ve all been impressed at the focus and dedication shown by…

Thursfields invests in company headquarters as base for continuing expansion

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Thursfields has purchased the building which houses the company’s headquarters. The building, K2 on The Tything, Worcester, was on the market for offers in excess of £1 million. As well as Thursfields Solicitors, the property is also occupied by estate agent F A Humberstones and New Cross Healthcare Solutions. K2, which was sold by agents…

Free family law consultations at Thursfields’ Sedgley office

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Thursfields Solicitors is offering the public free consultations of up to 30 minutes at its Sedgley office. The special family law sessions can include matters such as divorce, finance arising from a divorce, child custody, pre-nuptial, cohabitation and separation agreements. The free consultations are available by appointment only every Monday from July 2. Jasdeep Nagra,…

‘Summer of Touch Rugby’ tournament sponsored by Thursfields

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Thursfields Solicitors is sponsoring a ‘Summer of Touch Rugby’ tournament for family, community and company teams at Droitwich Rugby Club. The summer tournament began on 7th June with an introduction to proper touch rugby rules and is running every Thursday for seven weeks, ending on 19 July with a barbecue and awards ceremony. Touch rugby…

Petrol station on former derelict site creates 30 jobs

Thursfields Quantor

A derelict garage in Birmingham that had been an eyesore for years has been redeveloped as a new petrol station, thanks to careful legal work by Thursfields Solicitors. More than 30 jobs have been created at the Applegreen petrol station on the Stratford Road in Hall Green following its construction by Quantor Ltd, a specialist…

Legal advice in the wake of recent High Street closure plans

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Retailers planning to shrink their High Street presence always need to make sure they are complying with employment law, Jade Linton of Thursfields Solicitors has warned. Jade comments come after House of Fraser announced it was closing more than half of its department stores, while Poundworld was considering closing up to 100 of its discount…

Thursfields’ lawyer retires after 40 years in Halesowen

Patricia Venables Nick OHara Richard Price Michelle Hetheridge Abigail Wells

One of Thursfields Solicitors’ most experienced lawyers is set to retire this month after more than 40 years of working in the profession. Richard Price, son of the late Eric Price who was a former Justices’ Clerk of Halesowen and Stourbridge, began training in the late 1970s, was admitted as a solicitor in 1982 and…

Thursfields’ lawyers give careers advice at Bromsgrove special needs school

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Two of Thursfields Solicitor’s have signed up to help a government-backed careers advice initiative for pupils at a special school near Bromsgrove. Jessica Wheway, in the Residential Property team, and Hollie Styles, in the Family team, have become official Enterprise Advisers at Chadsgrove School in Catshill as part of the nationwide Careers Strategy. The project,…

Families should seek inheritance advice now, as death duties hit record high

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Families should review their inheritance planning to benefit from new and increasing allowances after news that death duties in the UK hit £5.2bn for the 2017-18 tax year, the highest figure on record. Edward Jones, from Thursfields’ Wills and Estates department, said that the steep rise in Inheritance Tax had come despite the government introducing…

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