Here at Davis Gregory we remain committed to fully supporting our clients through the current situation. We also fully support the government’s efforts to protect our NHS and save lives. The health and wellbeing of our clients, staff and their families are of the utmost importance to us.
You will be aware of the developing situation in relation to Covid 19. To ensure the safety of our clients, employees and their families we are monitoring the situation, taking appropriate steps and will keep you updated with any changes to our working practices.
Many people are concerned about how they will be able to afford care home fees and whether they will need to sell their home. This very helpful article from Solicitors for the Elderly explains your options.
We are closed from 12pm on 23rd December 2019 until 9am on 2nd January 2020. We would like to wish all our clients and contacts a very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Peaceful New Year! Looking forward to seeing you in 2020!
We have unfortunately been experiencing some problems with our phone lines and people have reported being unable to get an answer when calling us. We understand it is now resolved, but if you are experiencing any issues please email email@example.com
Although Tim Howarth will continue to practise as a Notary Public at 25 Rodney Road, he has decided to step back from his work as a Solicitor. He will continue to support his colleagues at Davis Gregory as a Consultant.
We were privileged recently to work with the trustees of the Estate of Maureen Jones to provide a funding to the Building Circles charity in Cheltenham. This is a charity which provides friendship and support to those with learning difficulties in Gloucestershire.
South Africa has had a problem with children travelling in and out of the country without the permission of their parents or guardians, so on 1st June 2015 it introduced tight rules to try to prevent this.
There has been publicity this week about an apparent flaw in the Ministry of Justice’s online form E, which is used by divorcing couples to provide their financial details. The software did not accurately calculate all the relevant information. If you are or have been a client of our divorce departm
This may sound obvious, but you may be surprised at how many people try to be ‘economical with the truth’, and expect to get away with it. We have seen this recently in 2 areas of law, divorce and injury claims.
At Davis Gregory we act for clients at many different stages of life, including some suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease. We have found this short video about the disease very helpful, and you may also:
You divorced a long time ago, and you and your ex- have moved on with your lives. Then you find that he (or she) has become rich. They have won the Euromillions Lottery, or have received a big inheritance, or have built up a successful business. Can you claim a slice of this?
Andrea Hughes, Manager of Davis Gregory’s Injury Claims department, has recently concluded a £multi-million settlement of a claim by a young man who was aged 15 when he was crossing the road and knocked over by an uninsured car driver.
In November 2013 Davis Gregory held a Charity Wills Month in aid of the Gloucestershire Deaf Association (GDA). For all new Wills made or started in the month, we committed to pay 20% of the fee to the GDA.
Following the recent conviction of Cheltenham solicitor and previous coroner for Gloucestershire Alan C Crickmore, Tim Howarth wrote a letter to the Gloucestershire Echo thanking them for their coverage of the case and highlighting how victims in such situations can get compensation.
This was a question the courts were asked recently by Gloucestershire entrepreneur Dale Vince and his ex-wife Kathleen Wyatt. In 1995 Dale founded Ecotricity, and since then it has become a very successful green energy company, based in Stroud.
Sarah Morris who works in our debt collection department is very excited to announce that her son Daniel Morris has signed a contract with West Bromwich Albion. On 19th April he was introduced to Steve Clarke the WBA Manager and signed his contract.
The Government has decided that the law for injury and other claims should be changed. The changes are being introduced between 1st April and 1st August 2013, so if you are thinking of making a claim, contact us straight away because we may be able to stop them affecting you.