Addition to Growing Family Department

August 2017

The Matrimonial and Family department  have a new addition in the form of newly qualified solicitor Thomas Edwards.
Thomas began as a Trainee Solicitor with Enoch Evans LLP in August 2015 and has now successfully qualified. Following his studies at Nottingham Trent University, Thomas has spent the past six month developing his knowledge and experience in all aspects of private family law matters, including divorce, matrimonial finances, cohabitee disputes and private children act matters. Thomas now becomes the latest fully qualified member of the firm and will assist in developing and boosting the already excellent reputation of the growing department. On his recent appointment Thomas comments “I am extremely excited to have been offered a position within the Family team at Enoch Evans and look forward getting to grips with some of the more complex cases dealt with by the firm following my admission to the roll of Solicitors.
Regarding the new addition to her department Emma Birch, Partner and Head of Matrimonial and Family said “I’m really pleased that Tom is joining the Family department, adding to our expanding team. I feel that he will be an asset to the department and going forward will be dealing with private family work and assisting with the Child Care side of the department.
Enoch Evans LLP are a constantly evolving and innovative law firm who provide a specialist range of legal services, ensuring all legal needs are catered for. Their other services include Wills, Tax and Probate, Company and Commercial, Commercial Property, Commercial Finance, Healthcare, Dispute Resolution, Employment, Wills, Residential Conveyancing, Criminal and Regulatory Offences.
Please contact Enoch Evans LLP on (01922) 720333, family@enoch-evans.co.uk or visit their website at www.enoch-evans.co.uk for more information.

New Legal Executive for Matrimonial & Family

July 2017

Legal Executive Andrew Wood has joined the Matrimonial & Family team.
Following positions at number of local firms, Andrew brings a wealth experience in to the Matrimonial and Family department and since qualifying has specialised in only Family Law. On joining the firm Andrew comments “I am pleased to be joining a well-established and accomplished department. Even before joining, I knew that the firm has an excellent reputation in providing clients with a high quality service. I look forward continuing to play my part in the success of the firm.
Regarding the new addition to her department Emma Birch, Partner and Head of Matrimonial and Family said “Andrew is an experienced Legal Executive who is local to the area. He will be adding to the expanding private Family Law team and his work will include divorce, ancillary relief and children cases. We welcome his addition of experience and local knowledge to continue to help our clients.

Enoch Evans LLP hosts Lord Chancellor

May 2017

David Evans with Liz Truss and Cllr Eddie Hughes

Cllr Eddie Hughes, Liz Truss and James Bird

The Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice, Liz Truss recently visited , where she spent an hour listening to and discussing concerns with senior solicitors from the firm, in a break from her campaigning visit to Walsall on Tuesday 16th May.
During her visit The Right Honourable Liz Truss discussed a variety of issues with Managing Partner David Evans, Head of Criminal, Chris Loach and Matrimonial and Family partner David Milne, including the Governments position with regard to Legal Aid, the future of the criminal justice system, the importance of preserving finance for Child Care work as well as the state of the court systems generally.
Enoch Evans LLP Managing Partner, David Evans said;
“It’s not every day you get to sit down with The Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice and be asked for your opinion on a variety of issues which affect your own business”
“It was a great privilege to be able to act as host to a senior Government Minister and talk through real issues directly affecting many of our clients on a daily basis, both in business and their private lives as well as the systems within which we in the legal world have to work within.”
Liz Truss was accompanied by Cllr Eddie Hughes and newly appointed candidate James Bird, who all travelled to the offices at the invitation of the firm which was established in Walsall more than 130 years ago and has remained close to its roots in Walsall.
David Evans, Chris Loach and David Milne discussed with both local Conservative candidates their concerns about the future of Walsall and in particular the town centre development and need for improved transport infrastructure for local businesses to thrive.

WIQS Re-accreditation for Enoch Evans LLP

May 2017

Enoch Evans LLP is celebrating re-accreditation to the Law Society’s prestigious Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme (WIQS).
The addition of the kite mark demonstrates to clients the guaranteed standard of service which is available within the Firm. Being part of WIQS reinforces the five star level of service clients have come to expect; an approach which Enoch Evans LLP displays throughout every department when dealing with matters for all its Clients.
As the largest provider of legal services in Walsall the accreditation reinforces the focus of the Firm to provide high quality personal, professional and practical legal advice, while setting high standards in quality client care. With the addition of WIQS the Firm sets itself apart from other Solicitors.

An integrated approach for smarter long term care solutions

April 2017

Enoch Evans LLP, is tackling the disparate nature of long term care provision with an integrated service to manage and co-ordinate the specific circumstances of patients and their families.
Enoch Evans LLP has launched a new division dedicated to improving long term care planning and allowing people to make informed choices for more beneficial care.
The service aims to give users a much clearer understanding of legal and financial options for care services and funding availability, helping them put more efficient plans in place to help meet care costs.
It includes a detailed analysis of patient needs and advice and guidance on long term care provision, including NHS Continuing Care Funding eligibility, sorting out care home fees or recovering care costs.
Richard Neea, Head of Probate from Enoch Evans LLP says; “Looking after the care needs and financial affairs of loved ones as they grow older presents a complex, sensitive set of challenges.
“Too often this involves having to deal with several different, unconnected organisations, which can be a stressful, emotional and protracted process for patients, carers and their families.
“We are giving elderly people and their families access to one-to-one, dedicated support to co-ordinate all aspects of their long term care.  Research suggests a clear demand for this integrated approach.”
The service has been designed to meet the individual needs of patients with support tailored accordingly so that they can put more efficient plans in place to help meet care costs.  Every client is allocated with a dedicated, experienced and professional advocate who supports them throughout the entire process.
“Our network of care specialists organise everything, from financial planning and legal arrangements to co-ordinating care provision and managing all of the complex paperwork,” adds Richard.
“We provide patients and their families with legal and financial solutions to help them make informed choices, cover costs and achieve the best possible long term care.  We can also ensure family representatives have the appropriate legal powers to act in financial affairs.”
For further information about the new service, call  01922 720333 and ask for Richard Neea.

Wills, Tax & Probate Continues to Expand

April 2017

We have continued to expand our Probate team with the new appointment of Claire Magennis.
Claire will be a Legal Executive undertaking the important work of Will writing and Power of Attorney work for the firm, which has seen a growth in this area of work over the recent times.
Claire comments ;
“I am delighted to be appointed Enoch Evans LLP.   I saw the firm as a strong contender in the marketplace and their Probate team is the largest in Walsall.
“The range of work looks really exciting and I know I will be busy.   It is interesting work and I love the interaction with the clients so I know it is something I will really enjoy.”
Claire was previously worked locally before joining Enoch Evans LLP, as a trainee fee earner in the Residential Conveyancing department, moving across to the Probate department in May 2008, undertaking a mix of Wills, Power of Attorney, Court of protection whilst undertaking her CILEx qualification.
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