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Lyme Bay Law is open for business
Friday, 07 February 2014
THE Mayor of Seaton, Councillor Gaynor Sedgwick, officially opened a new law firm in the town recently.
Well-known local trust and estate practitioner, Elaine, Gamwell, has returned to Seaton after living away from the area for a couple of years to open her own practice, Lyme Bay Law, in Queen Street.
Elaine says the practice provides a “fresh, new alternative to traditional legal service providers” with accessibility, personal attention and value for money at the heart of the business. Elaine has been involved in wills, probate and private client matters all her working life and, before her recent spell living away, has worked in local firms specialising in administration of estates, powers of attorney and trusts, and has recently developed her specialism to include court of protection applications.
Elaine is a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, a nationally-recognised professional body open only to specialist private practitioners, and a member of the Institute of Professional Will Writers.
Speaking on her personal, client-focused approach, Elaine said: “It’s vital to understand exactly what a client’s concerns and objectives are before embarking on any work, and all first consultations are always without charge and can take place in our offices in Seaton, or in the comfort of the client’s home.”
Elaine added that the firm will agree a fixed fee for clients’ requests at competitive prices, which are not subject to the addition of VAT.
Lyme Bay Law is currently offering an introductory offer for the preparation of single basic wills for £50 and mirror basic wills (for couples) for £90.
The mayor was joined by town crier David Craner for the official launch, plus members of Seaton Chamber of Commerce.
All are welcome to drop into Lyme Bay law at 48 Queen Street without obligation, and a free coffee morning will be held on Saturday, February 1st.
Visit the website www.lyme baylaw.co.uk for further details.
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