Clapham & Collinge has expanded their North Norfolk presence with the opening of a significantly larger office in Sheringham.
Going from strength to strength, the firm is continually expanding their workforce and currently employs a total of 58 people across both branches. Mark Kermez, Litigation Partner at the firm, was delighted to announce the opening of the new office and stated "It is a great moment for Clapham & Collinge to relocate its North Norfolk presence to a significantly larger new office. The new premises, at the very heart of Sheringham, provide the firm with the base from which to continue with their ambitious expansion plans and we look forward to many more years of providing the very best of legal services to the local market".
With offices in Sheringham and Norwich, the firm offers a wide range of legal services from property and conveyancing to wills and probate and has a specialist solicitor who advises on challenging wills. The firm also specialises in other areas of law including mental health, employment law, legal disputes and divorce. For business clients, Clapham & Collinge offers services including debt recovery, litigation and disputes, buying and selling a business, business leases, commercial property and employment law.
In conjunction with the move the firm's managing partner Tammy Parnell and the highly regarded Head of Conveyancing Rosemary Farman have also relocated to the Sheringham office, demonstrating the firm's commitment to their North Norfolk practice.
Lin Whitehead, Partner & Head of Private Client Department said ''As a team we understand Norfolk and enjoy focusing on our Norfolk clients. Having the expertise in challenging Wills is very important to enable us to offer a full service to clients".
As part of its commitment to being 'the very best law firm for people in Norfolk', Clapham & Collinge is actively involved in a range of local charities and community initiatives, supporting charities such as Break, Will-Aid and the Norfolk Wildlife Trust, whilst developing and promoting its own events such as regular free advice mornings, dementia awareness events and training sessions.
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