Terry & Mark Willey are delighted to announce that they have taken steps to secure the long-term provision of legal services within the heart of the village of Bembridge.
The Bembridge Law Practice has been operating in Bembridge for nearly 20 years and has just moved to their own ground floor premises at Chichester House No.53 High Street, just opposite from Woodfords Butchers.
Mark was keen to secure premises that would suit clients needs, providing easy access for disabled and elderly clients in a comfortable and discreet environment.
After some initial improvements, alterations, re-branding and redecoration inside and out, Mark is very pleased with the end result.
As a family firm, delivering a personal service to clients is key and Mark considers both clients and staff to be of paramount importance. Having a nice environment in which to operate has been well received by staff and the local community alike.
The Bembridge office is open Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 10am – 4pm and Mark is supported by Sarah Webb & Louise Appleton.
The office is well located for clients who are resident at the three local care homes in the village which Mark regularly attends. Clients that are being represented by Debbie White, Ally Naylor, Anthony Freelove & Mark Buttery from the firm’s Ryde offices also have the convenience of dropping documents off to Bembridge or can see those Lawyers locally by appointment should that be more convenient.
Terry comments; “This is a significant development for our Practice and I am delighted that Mark continues to offer the very best of services both to our clients in the village and throughout the Island”.
Find the office at: Chichester House, 53 High St, Bembridge, PO35 5SE. Tel: 01983 875859.