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Morley Brown & Co
First Established in 1792 when Thomas Hopkins opened his offices at 2 Main Ridge West, Boston - a site that we continue to occupy today - we have a long and proud tradition of serving the local community, offering an approach that is both sympathetic and competitive.
Three of our four partners were born and raised in Boston and have wide knowledge, both of the local and surrounding area and of the needs of the people of Boston and its environs.
The Firm prides itself upon excellent client care and knowledge of the areas of law in which we specialise. To learn more about us please click on one of the links on the right hand side of the page, or simply send us an e-mail to the address given below. Alternatively, of course, you can telephone us and we shall be pleased to speak to you.
You may rest assured that Morley Brown & Co will do everything possible to ensure that whatever the nature of your transaction it proceeds as smoothly and efficiently as possible
It is now more important than ever that you make a Will. The reasons for this are if someone dies without a Will then the Intestacy Rules apply. If you are married with children then your spouse only gets everything up to £125,000.00 plus the personal possessions. If you have assets worth more than £125,000.00 then your spouse could lose his or her home because if you die intestate the surviving children or grandchildren are entitled to some of the estate. If you are married with no children and have no Will your spouse is entitled to everything up to £200,000.00 plus personal possessions and anything else has to be divided equally between the spouse and your parents but if they have already died then your parents share would go to any brothers or sisters or their children.
Sue Brown is the Partner in charge of our successful Family Department and she specialises in the Child Care aspect of the law. Sue is a member of the Children Panel and is instructed by Childrens Guardians to act on behalf of children, parents, grandparents and other family members, and also adopters. Sue works all over the county and in some cases will travel further in order to meet clients and attend Court.
Mark Chapman is an Assistant Solicitor within the Department who deals with relationship breakdowns, i.e. divorce. He also deals with ancillary relief and contact. Mark holds a Law Surgery on Tuesday afternoon between the hours of 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm where he offers a free half hour appointment to discuss family matters.