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Lamb & Holmes

1st March 2019

Focus On Corby

Lamb & Holmes

THERE are many reasons why generations of clients have trusted the work of Lamb & Holmes Solicitors.

The team are rightly proud of the services available at this traditional county solicitors' practice but there is nothing old-fashioned about their delivery.

The firm was founded by Henry Lamb more than 200 years ago in Kettering. The current Corby offices opened for business ten years ago, although the firm has traded from Corby since 1959 and still retains its original offices in Kettering's West Street.

Advances in technology have impacted on the relationship between client and legal teams but Lamb & Holmes still strive to maintain a personal service to clients and take pride in offering no-nonsense, tailor-made legal advice for a wide range of services.

Chris Atkinson, a partner of Lamb & Holmes said: "As a professional firm we are committed to supporting the local community and seek to provide our clients with a high standard of care and personal service, enabling them to feel confident when instructing us at all times."

Lamb & Holmes specialise in the following areas: commercial conveyancing, general business advice, starting a new business, mergers and acquisitions, shareholder and joint venture agreements, contracts, terms and conditions, business disputes, debt recovery, employment law and agricultural law. Services for private clients include residential conveyancing, family law, civil litigation, wills and probate, notary public, employment law, settlement agreements, personal injury and medical negligence.

Strong connections with local communities across the centuries continue today with a wide range of organisations benefiting from the firm's generosity.

A busy year sees Lamb & Holmes involved in events ranging from Chamber of Commerce networking to the Northamptonshire Business Expo' which takes place in Corby in May and November.

Staff have raised funds for groups like Corby Nightlight and Genes for Jeans and given support to local events and organisations including St Brendan's Primary School Corby, Kettering Science Academy, Warkton Village Newsletter and the Bishop Stopford School World of Writing Magazine.

They also sponsor local teams and groups including The Travers Foundation, Kettering RFC, Weekley & Warkton Cricket Club (Junior Section), Rockingham International Horse Trials, Weldon United FC and Kettering Golf Club.

To find out more, contact Lamb & Holmes at Uppingham House, Headway Business Park, 5 Saxon Way West, Corby, telephone 01536 745168 or see the website at www.lambandholmes.com