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News // 26 November 2020

A Brand ‘Refresh’ For Blandy & Blandy

Continuing to Evolve

2020 has been a year like no other and a time of significant change.  

Recent months have involved challenges for everyone, both personally and professionally. As your needs and expectations continue to evolve, so do we as we aim to anticipate and meet them.

In the past 18 months, we have launched a new website, adopted a new practice management system and invested in cloud-based IT solutions that have further underpinned our ability to help and advise you, wherever you are located and whether colleagues are working from our offices or remotely.

Our successful approach has been evident in the further strengthening of established relationships with our clients and contacts and in the feedback that many kindly continue to share.

We are also proud to have again been named as a top tier firm in both of the UK’s leading guides to law firms, Chambers UK and The Legal 500, and to have been re-accredited by Lexcel, the Law Society's legal practice quality mark for client care, compliance and firm management.

From 25 November, we will begin to introduce a ‘refresh’ of our brand’s visual identity, as we continue to evolve and enhance how we communicate with you.

We aren’t here to go into great detail on the thinking behind our design choices but we do want to share them with you.

Our Reputation and Heritage   

We are, and always will be, Blandy & Blandy. Our values of excellence, integrity and approachability remain unchanged and we are immensely proud of our heritage, which reaches back to 1733. We will continue to celebrate this alongside our forward-thinking focus.

Representing You in Life & Business

Anticipating your needs and listening carefully to your aims, we are committed to representing you by continuing to provide clear, practical and effective legal advice, a responsive and highly personal service and, crucially, value for money.

Our aim is to ensure that we represent you and your interests so that together we are able to develop a long-lasting working relationship in which you can be confident that you are in the very best hands when it comes to legal advice.

You the Homeowner, You the Parent, You the Business Leader

From redundancy or challenges in your business to a relationship breakdown, moving house or planning for your family’s future, we have the experience to help you and, working remotely or in person, our lawyers are here to help.

We are very proud of the fact that many of our clients stay with us throughout their lifetimes and to act for some families, and indeed businesses, across generations.

Whether you are the director of a large company, someone running your own, fast-growing business, a house builder kick-starting a new development, a landowner or a trustee or leader of a charity or educational institution, we recognise that you are still an individual.

We are committed to ensuring that our clients benefit from the confidence, consistency and cost-efficiency which comes with being able to trust one firm with your legal needs, private and commercial.

Combining our comprehensive offering with our commitment to client care, Blandy & Blandy is here to represent you in life and business.

For further information or legal advice, please contact law@blandy.co.uk or call 0118 951 6800. 

David Lamont

David Lamont

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