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A year in the life of a trainee at Archers...meet Mary Foster
A year in the life of a trainee at Archers...meet Mary Foster

I am a trainee solicitor at Archers Law currently in my second seat in the Corporate department. I completed my law degree in 2012 at Newcastle University followed by the Legal Practice Course in 2013

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Deed of variation.  What is your understanding?
Deed of variation. What is your understanding?

It is generally well known that to ensure that your affairs are managed in accordance with your wishes when you die, you should have a properly drafted will.

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Archers Law doubles litigation team with strategic appointments
Archers Law doubles litigation team with strategic appointments

We have bolstered our litigation team with two key appointments following considerable growth and development in the legal market.

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New report warns of looming incapacity crisis
New report warns of looming incapacity crisis

By Wendy John, Head of WPT. A new report from SFE (Solicitors for the Elderly) and independent think tank, Centre for Future Studies, reveals the UK is leaving medical and care preferences to chance.

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Two new Associate promotions lead to further progression in business client services
Two new Associate promotions lead to further progression in business client services

Richard Flounders joined the firm in 2016 and Emma Foxley joined the firm in 2017 as Senior Solicitors both with over 10 years prior legal experience with Newcastle based firms.

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New Executive Associate appointment in family team
New Executive Associate appointment in family team

Lucy joined the firm as a trainee solicitor in 2007 and joined the family team in 2009 as a Solicitor. In 2013 Lucy was promoted to Associate, progressing to Executive Associate from April this year.

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Appointing a Guardian: Who, What, Why and How?
Appointing a Guardian: Who, What, Why and How?

A guardian is a person who is given parental responsibility in the event of your death and will be given the same rights and responsibilities as a parent to make decisions about a child’s welfare.

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