MKFM Podcast: Denise Higgins discusses Family Law & Social Services
Last week, Woodfines’ Senior Associate Denise Higgins, who specialises in Family Law, visited MKFM radio to discuss what to do if you are contacted by Social Services. If you missed it, you can listen again on MKFM’s website.
Trio of Trainee Solicitors Taking Next Step
Woodfines is pleased to announce and congratulate Anastasia Whitlock, Charlotte Hunt and Luke Shaw on the completion of their training contracts and progress to their admission as solicitors on 17 September, 2018. Anastasia Whitlock will be joining the firm’s Company Commercial and Employment team, based in Bedford. She has shown an aptitude for working with clients to achieve their commercial objectives, […]
Meet Martin, Providing Business-Focused Legal Advice on Your Doorstep
Since joining Woodfines Solicitors in August, Martin Page, a solicitor for company and commercial matters, has made it his mission to provide high quality legal advice to Bedfordshire-based businesses without the need to travel to nearby cities. He says: “In recent years, many professional advisors have moved away from Bedford and into Cambridge or Milton Keynes, leaving […]
Chris Walke talks to Cambridge 105 Radio
Chris Walke, a Legal Assistant in Woodfines’ Commercial team, visited Cambridge 105 Radio last week to discuss the issues Japanese Knotweed can potentially cause if discovered on your property. If you missed it, you can listen again on Cambridge 105’s website.
MKFM Podcast: Helen Simpson talks LPAs
Earlier this week, Woodfines’ Helen Simpson, a solicitor specialising in Wills & Probate, visited MKFM radio to discuss the importance of making an LPA (Lasting Power of Attorney). If you missed it, you can listen again on MKFM’s website.
Taxi Company in Landmark Ruling
Woodfines’ Road Transport Law specialists, Mike Hayward and Nathan Taylor-Allkins, are delighted to have assisted in securing the acquittal of Milton Keynes’ largest taxi company, Skyline Taxis, in a recent landmark ruling, involving the first known prosecution in the country under the Deregulation Act 2015 dealing with cross-border bookings. District Judge Malcolm Dodds, sitting at High Wycombe Magistrates […]