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Founded in 1927, Staffordshire solicitors Bowcock & Pursaill act for clients in Staffordshire and throughout the country. We have a reputation for specialising in tax planning, trusts, wealth management, residential, agricultural and commercial property, corporate and commercial services and provide all the other services you would expect from a modern, progressive law firm.

We provide practical and straightforward legal advice to private, public and commercial clients. We listen carefully to their needs and concerns and use this knowledge to provide the best advice for them.

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Event rider takes competition to the next level

In 2017 we began sponsoring up and coming Derby event rider Danielle Meehan to support her in her quest to compete at the very top level of this very challenging equine competition.

Eventing tests both horse and rider across every level as it incorporates show jumping, cross country and dressage, and can be run as a one-day or a three-day event, the most popularly known ones being Badminton and Burghley.

Last year Danielle was competing at novice level…

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Plan for your future now by making a Will and Lasting Power of Attorney

Talking to our families about what we want to happen to us or our belongings if we couldn’t make decisions anymore isn’t easy. However, one person develops dementia every three minutes, and these conversations become a lot more difficult once these situations strike if things haven’t been sorted out first.
Without a will, did you know…

You have no way of ensuring what you want to happen to your assets when you die will happen
Married or…

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Event rider takes competition to the next level

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Thousands expected to apply for refunds of LPA application fees

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Plan for your future now by making a Will and Lasting Power of Attorney

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