Williams Thompson Solicitors Launch Modern Facilities

Williams Thompson Solicitors Launch Modern Facilities
11 Jul 2016

Williams Thompson Solicitors are hosting a special launch event celebrating the opening of their modernised Reception Area on Bridge Street in Christchurch.

Williams Thompson Solicitors LLP is holding a dedicated launch event at their newly renovated Christchurch offices on Bridge Street. Taking place on Tuesday the 12th July, between 5:30pm and 7:30pm, invited guests will have the opportunity to meet the firm’s expert team, with welcome drinks and canapés on arrival.

Embodying their combination of traditional values with a friendly, modern approach, the newly renovated Reception area is a clear sign of the of the specialist firm’s growth and success in recent years.

Along with a significant client base in Christchurch and the surrounding area, Williams Thompson celebrates a reputation that has attracted business from across the Bournemouth conurbation, the New Forest, and London. They currently have a team of five partners, four of whom are fully qualified Solicitors plus a further three fully qualified solicitors, a trainee Solicitor, a paralegal and thirteen support staff.

Suzanne Kadziola, Practice Manager & Partner at Williams Thompson Solicitors has said:

“We are delighted to be hosting this special launch event. We have a long established history in Christchurch and it is thanks to our ongoing success that we have been able to invest in a state-of-the-art Reception area. This will help to ensure that we continue to deliver exceptional and friendly legal services within a professional and modern environment.”

Williams Thompson Solicitors offer friendly advice and support on legal issues ranging from Family Matters to Wills and Probate, and Property Law. Combining a traditional approach with up-to-date legal knowledge, their expert team fully utilises the latest in software and support programmes. The newly renovated Reception area is part of the firm’s continued commitment to enhancing the services they provide.