FJG continues to invest in Clacton-on-Sea
12 September 2017 by Marketing Team
We have opened a brand new office in Clacton-on-Sea, on Station Road, which was designed and fitted by most. interiors. This office forms part of our ongoing commitment to the Tendring area.
The move from Pier Avenue places the office in a more central location which offers greater convenience for both businesses and clients. Visitors to FJG will continue to experience the highest level of client care and legal advice in a modern, spacious and aesthetically pleasing environment.
The free drop in service continues. One on Tuesday’s for family law support and the other on Thursday’s covering Wills and Probate issues. These drop in sessions offer a free 15 minute no obligation consultation, where a solicitor will be available to discuss any relevant questions you may have.
Paula Fowler, Managing Partner of Fisher Jones Greenwood commented “We are delighted to be located in a more vibrant and commercial area of the town with a new office that provides our clients with improved facilities and greater access to our professional team. The new location also shows our continued commitment to serving the residents of the area, along with our recent sponsorship of the Clacton Airshow.”.
We’ve demonstrated our commitment to the area at this year’s Airshow in which we sponsored the Autogyro display. Members of the Clacton-on-Sea office were present at the FJG stall spreading the word about the free drop in clinics for both Family and Wills support.
We are also sponsoring the Tendring Blue Ribbon ‘Business in the Community’ award which takes place in October this year. As previous winners of this category, we wanted to remain committed to this prestigious event whilst encouraging other local companies to enter and potentially be awarded for their efforts in the Clacton business community.
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