April King Legal opens shop in West Bridgford

We were delighted to officially open our new shop in Tudor Square West Bridgford today, welcoming many locals in for a coffee, cake or glass of prosecco.  The new shop will offer both legal and property services with no appointment necessary.

April King Legal already has nationwide coverage and in addition offers both home visits and telephone consultations. However, the shop will have plenty more to offer – with estate agency services offered alongside legal guidance. The firm will also be offering “legal surgeries” on different legal topics.

Paul King, head of April King Legal said:

“Opening a high street branch was the obvious next step in the journey that began in 1991. We have always prided ourselves on our personal service and the branch allows us to further that by engaging with our clients from the moment they step through our doors.”

The shop is headed up by Hannah Foody, head of property, who helped launch April King Legal’s estate agency business last year. Prior to having a high street presence, April King Legal have operated from offices within the Landmark Business Centre, upstairs from the shop. Whilst these offices will be retained, the team envisage that the new premises will make them more accessible to clients than ever before.

April King Legal offers a free first appointment for Wills, Probate and Lasting Power of Attorney services, either in our offices or in the comfort of your own home (where geographically possible). In addition we offer a free initial chat for other matters and can assist with a wide range of legal services, from property matters and conveyancing to boundary disputes and motoring law. Call us on 0800 788 0500 to find out more.

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