The next Family Legal Advice Clinic at Stone Community Hub will be held on Monday 13th April.
Amy Bedford, head of family law at Pickering & Butters will be offering both an appointment and walk- in service on the day. Amy said: “There are appointments available at 10am and 11am and a walk-in service between 11am and noon. Following my colleagues experiencing busy mornings at the Hub for the last two months, I am keen to be able to run this month’s clinic to see how I can help the Stone community.”
Karen Wardell, Stone Community Hub manager, added: “We have already had enquiries and bookings for the April service. Whilst this has been a difficult time for the centre, our crowdfunding campaign was a big success and we have the the funding we needed to keep the service going for the next six to nine months. The legal advice clinic is a great example of how we help our community.”
The Advice Clinic runs on the first Monday of each month between 10am and noon.
Anyone seeking urgent family advice or advice on any other area of law including personal injury, neighbour disputes, wills and probate, Court of Protection matters, Powers of Attorney, moving house or company law should contact the Centre or Pickering & Butters direct by telephone for assistance. Contact Carly Colclough, family solicitor at Pickering & Butters on 01785 603060 or email@example.com
Click HERE for more information on Stone Community Hub’s successful crowdfunding campaign.