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Welcome party for established law firm at Oliver & Co

Posted on October 31st 2019

On Friday 25th October, the Oliver and Co office closed at 4:30pm for a welcome party for Ellis and Co, who joined Oliver & Co on 18th October. Ellis & Co have been established for many years in Chester and specialise in Conveyancing, in addition...

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Established Local Solicitor Firm Joins Forces with Oliver & Co

Posted on October 2nd 2019

Established and well respected local firm of solicitors, Ellis & Co joined forces with Chester based solicitors Oliver & Co on 1st October 2019. Ellis & Co Solicitors have been established in Chester for many years, are very well respected by their loyal client base...

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An Interview with Liz Fry – Clinical Negligence Solicitor

Posted on May 30th 2019

Being ill or injured is stressful enough but when a medical professional lets you down, it can be difficult to know who to turn to for help. Liz Fry is a Solicitor who specialises in helping people who have been injured at the hands of...

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Meet the Team: David Owen

Posted on January 24th 2019

In our new series of articles, we want to help you get to know more about our team – the people that make Oliver & Co. This week we are speaking to David, one of Oliver & Co’s Directors and solicitors, to ask him a...

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Meet Our Family Solicitor – Rhiannon White

Posted on January 3rd 2018

How did you become a Family Solicitor? I studied a Law degree at the University of Leeds and then the LPC at the University of Law in Christleton. I gained a Training Contract with a firm in Chester and trained for two years to be...

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Chester Firm Oliver & Co Solicitors recruits new Wills & Probate Solicitor

Posted on December 20th 2016

Louise Holmes has recently joined the Oliver & Co Solicitor’s team! She specialises in Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Trusts and Estate Administration. This week we managed to pull her away from her (already busy!) schedule to get to know her a bit better. How did...

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