Heppenstalls

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Based in the New Forest for over 120 years, for generations we have provided quality legal services to our clients. We are proud of our history, but not hidebound by it.

We are a forward thinking firm and proud to have been accredited with the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality and Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme. We have an active recruitment programme and our personnel undergo continual professional training to maintain their specialist knowledge in their area of law.

We invest heavily in information technology and continue to deliver the same high quality legal services in the 21st century as we have always done.  It is pleasing that we do not have to advertise aggressively as most of our business comes by recommendation and through our involvement in community projects and events.

From buying and selling your homes and businesses, preparing your wills , tax planning, managing your tax affairs during your life and after death, to resolving your matrimonial problems, we can help you.

 

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A valid will is the best Christmas present for your family 16 Dec 2014

A properly and professionally  drafted will is the best Christmas gift for your loved ones. 30 million UK adults who do not have a will : a staggering number!  Legally drafting  your  final wishes should be  top of the to-do list this Christmas. Heppenstalls is a member of the Law Society’s Wills & Inheritance Quality […]

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Legal Walk 27 Oct 2014

Our consultant Andrew Caplen, currently President of the Law Society of England and Wales has walked over 65 miles to raise money for charity.  Andrew walked the Test Way, starting at Inkpen Beacon on the Hampshire Berkshire border, on his first day walking to Chilbolton.  On his second day he walked to Hythe and on […]

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Think Of The Children 08 Oct 2014

On the 1st October 2014 the rules of intestacy in England and Wales will change, with the coming into force of the Inheritance and Trustees Powers Act 2014. If you don’t have a legally valid will in place this could affect you. Although the new Act may be good news for some, it highlights that the […]

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