Francis George Solicitor-Advocate, one of Swindon’s leading law firms, has launched its new website.
www.francisgeorgesolicitor-advocate.com gives prospective and existing clients easy access to information about the services available, the company and the team.
Offering enhanced clarity, improved navigation and intuitive functionality, the new look website includes a detailed overview of what Francis George Solicitor-Advocate can do for you. The firm’s services include family law, wills, trusts and probate, conveyancing and commercial property, commercial litigation, employment law, personal injury and contractual disputes.
You can also learn about the backgrounds of the legal experts at Francis George Solicitor-Advocate at the new site.
Francis George, founder of Francis George Solicitor-Advocate, said: “We are delighted to launch our new website. For many it will be their first impression of Francis George Solicitor-Advocate, so it’s essential that it represents our professionalism and the quality of our work. We want to show visitors what they can expect from us – and how we will achieve it for them.”
Francis founded the firm in 2007. It specialises in litigation, pre-litigation and non-contentious work including conveyancing, commercial contracts and probate and wills, providing pragmatic and practical legal advice to clients across the UK.
Francis gained his higher rights qualification following experience in civil and family law litigation. A member of the Law Society’s Expert Family Panel and a member of Resolution, a group of family lawyers dedicated to resolving matters without conflict, Francis supports clients in a friendly, non-confrontational way. In July 2015, the firm joined the panel of the Somerset & Wiltshire branch of the Federation of Small Businesses as a legal advisor.
As a Higher Rights Advocacy, Francis George Solicitor-Advocate gives clients the equivalent service to that of a barrister. Advising from the start of a case to the finish, the firm’s team works with a range of bodies, from the Small Claims Court to the Supreme Court.
For more information on Francis George Solicitor-Advocate, visit: www.francisgeorgesolicitor-advocate.com