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H G Walker Solicitors expand their free ‘Drop-In’ Legal Clinic

By mbarber  |  Posted: January 14, 2014

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FOLLOWING the huge success of the recent free ‘Drop-in Legal Clinic’ at the Local Epicentre in West Moors on the first Wednesday of each month, Harold G Walker are expanding the offering to Christchurch, Broadstone and Wimborne for 2014.

The Drop-In Clinic is intended to help answer questions on a wide range of legal issues be it Family Law, Property Matters, Wills, Probate, Litigation etc. The clinics will be manned by a range of solicitors and lawyers from Harold G Walker who will do their best to help you or point you to someone who can.

The new Drop-in Clinics will be held in Christchurch at the Regent Centre on the second Wednesday of every month, at The Junction in Broadstone on the third Wednesday of every month and at The Allendale Centre in Wimborne on the fourth Wednesday of every month, all between 10am and 1pm. The public are invited to pop in for a coffee and a chat about any legal matters that may be concerning them and no appointment is necessary.

These two new locations are in addition to the existing Drop-In Clinic at the Local Epicentre in West Moors which will continue to ruin on the first Wednesday of every month. The previous two clinics in West Moors have seen over 25 people at each session and it is hoped the new venues will be just as successful.

Nicola Lowe, managing partner, said: “We’ve been pleasantly surprised with the number of people that have turned up to the West Moors clinics and for us at Harold G Walker it makes complete sense that we expand the Drop-In Clinics to cover a larger area. The Drop-In Legal Clinics are just one more way that we at Harold G Walker can give the public access to our expertise in a way that may not normally be possible.”

For more details go to www.hgwalker.co.uk/drop-in-clinics where you’ll find the dates and times of the individual clinics.

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