19 May 2020
We’ve moved offices: Wells-next-the-Sea, Holt, Hunstanton and Swaffham
We’ve taken the decision to upgrade our offices to allow for improved social distancing in what has become the new way of working.
We have moved to new, larger and more accessible premises in Holt, Swaffham and Wells. The new offices offer easy access and we’ll be able to see our clients in more modern premises which offer social-distancing as necessary.
Due to our expansion in Holt, we have taken the decision to close our Wells and Hunstanton offices with work from both these offices, for now, being carried out across our Holt, Fakenham, Sheringham, Swaffham and King’s Lynn branches. We’ll also be running two legal surgeries a week on Tuesday and Friday mornings at The Sackhouse, Wells Maltings. Enabling us to continue our work in Wells and the surrounding area.
Miranda Marshall, the director who has headed up the Wells office since joining Hayes + Storr in 2009, though sad to be leaving Wells, is delighted to be returning to her home town of Holt. She is excited to be able to work with her co-director Jim Pallister and their combined teams to grow the Holt office. Her 29 years of specialisation in Succession and Taxation Planning, Trusts, Wills and estate administration will be of great benefit to new and existing Holt clients.
She will also continue her appointment as a Notary Public, dealing with overseas matters. Miranda said ‘’our Holt office has long had an expertise in conveyancing, property and elderly client law and it will be excellent to be able to offer even more specialisms from the vibrant town of Holt.’’
Jim Pallister said ‘’We outgrew our old Holt office some years ago and are thrilled to have found these prime offices in central Holt. The new location offers staff and clients improved facilities with room to grow and I’m very much looking forward to working with Miranda and her team to make it a success.’’
We remain open for business throughout the Coronavirus outbreak, working with clients remotely on the phone, electronically and through other means as necessary. Under these difficult circumstances, we continue to deliver an excellent service to all our clients across Norfolk and beyond.
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