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  PLYMOUTH SOLICITOR WELCOMES DECISION TO WAIVE FUNERAL FEES FOR CHILDREN The Government has unveiled plans for a Children’s Funeral Fund which means that parents will no longer have to pay burial or cremation fees for a child under 18. The decision, announced by Prime Minister Theresa May, follows a long campaign by MP Carolyn…

HIGH STREET CLOSURES AFFECT US ALL, WARNS INSOLVENCY EXPERT The face of the High Street is changing, following the collapse of famous names like Toys R Us and Maplins and the threats to chains such as New Look, which has entered into a company voluntary agreement in the wake of huge losses. Research by analysts…

Plymouth firm Curtis Whiteford Crocker Solicitors has been given a Lexcel award – the Law Society’s own quality mark for excellence in legal practice management and client care. Only 10% of the country’s law firms have obtained Lexcel status which is subject to a rigorous annual inspection. Curtis Whiteford Crocker employs 49 staff at three…

Press Release: A Friendly Approach to Dementia Minimises Distress A diagnosis of dementia can be distressing for any family, but failing to plan for that possibility will only add to the strain warns Kearney Coffin, a trainee solicitor working in the Wills and Probate Department of Curtis Whiteford Crocker solicitors in Plymouth. “People are very…

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Retirement & COVID-19


Roger Miller has now retired from the firm after many dedicated years of service.



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