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James Legal brings its “fresh approach to law” to Beverley

“Friendly, caring, approachable and human” legal practice James Legal will officially open a new office in Beverley this week.

The new base, in the town’s Annie Reed Court, will be officially opened by Beverley Town Mayor Duncan Jack on Wednesday at 4.30pm.

Established ten years ago, James Legal has built an enviable reputation for “doing things differently”, with a staunch commitment to being down to earth and transparent over fees, as well as offering outstanding legal advice and support. Specialising in business law, the firm also offers expert help with the full range of legal matters, from Wills and inheritance planning, to divorce and separation, employment issues, family disputes and private and commercial conveyancing.

Complementing its sister office  on Hull’s Hedon Road, James Legal’s new Annie Reed Court base has also kickstarted a rapid expansion, with eight new team members joining since September – many of them well known and respected lawyers in the region, including family law and private client gurus Leon Lurie and Dominic Hudson, and conveyancing expert Nicky Mounsor.

James Legal founder and CEO Nick Miller said: “I’m extremely proud of how James Legal has grown and developed since we started out in 2009. Our team has expanded tenfold, and we have ambitious plans to build on that as we enter our second decade.

“We already serve numerous clients in Beverley and the surrounding area and we hope this will provide them and others with added choice and convenience, in terms of where they visit us.”

He added: “We’re passionate about our reputation for delivering legal advice with integrity, and ‘walking the walk’ with the clients we help, and the Beverley office is the next step on our journey towards doing that for more people.”

The opening event will also feature light refreshments and a chance to meet members of the James Legal team. Anyone who would like to come along should contact Becca Bunting on (01482) 225566. 

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