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Innovative law firm takes advice to the next level

There is rarely a good time to be involved in legal proceedings; they can cause stress, financial concerns and great emotional upheaval, particularly when they involve your family. This is why leading family law experts Woolley & Co solicitors have launched an online blogging service to help and reassure anyone involved in, or thinking about undertaking, legal proceedings.

With more than 80 years combined experience in dealing with issues of family law, such as divorce, legal separation and financial settlement, Woolley & Co. have always pioneered a different approach to legal advice. Their flexible and modern business approach, which enables clients to have direct access to a locally based lawyer, and commitment to providing useful and reassuring information and guidance via their exhaustive online advice pages, has seen the company go from strength to strength.

With this endeavour the new blog service, available at www.family-lawfirm.co.uk  will enable anyone to read about up-to-date issues regarding family law and divorce rights, get answers to questions or concerns they might have and contribute to debates and discussions on a whole range of issues.

Andrew Woolley, Managing Partner of Woolley & Co., said: “At Woolley & Co, solicitors we have always tried to explore different ways to offer the best advice to our clients and we hope that this new blog service will serve as another way we can support them through what can be a troubling time.

“Since setting up Woolley & Co solicitors thirteen years ago we have made it our goal to offer the absolute best service possible. We have won awards for our commitment to embracing new technology, and we will continue to look for new ways to help our clients.”

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