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Legal advice session is kicking off

Lawyers from a Shropshire firm have joined forces with a local accountancy practice to present an advice seminar with a difference.

The team from Martin-Kaye Solicitors in Telford and Wolverhampton are hosting the event on Thursday, November 3, at 6pm, at The Hawthorns, home of West Bromwich Albion Football Club, and guests from all over the Midlands region are invited to attend.

Martin-Kaye senior partner Graham Davies (pictured) will introduce the seminar which will give delegates the chance to learn more about how to save tax and protect their business assets.

“We have hosted regular seminars in the area offering effective and no-nonsense advice on all kinds of topics related to employment law, and this time we decided to widen the scope of our event even further by introducing a financial element from Luckmans in Birmingham.

“In just one hour our delegates will hear about opportunities to save tax, including an update on the very latest tax saving devices through their business and property assets.

“And we’ll share our top tips on how to protect your business assets from former employees and competitors, as well as reviewing the options for succession planning.

“It’s sure to be an extremely popular event and tickets are going fast with over 60 tickets booked already, so anyone interested should get in touch to reserve their place as soon as possible.”

Delegates will also have the opportunity to put their individual questions to the guest speakers and join in an informal and useful networking session at the end of the event.

Martin-Kaye Solicitors has an ongoing programme of seminars where they share advice for employers on how to tackle some of the most common workplace and HR issues and, more importantly, how to avoid them and protect your business.

“Our short sharp seminars are designed to get right to the point with our team setting the record straight and helping employers to learn from the mistakes others have made.”

To find out more about the latest event, or to reserve your place, contact June Noto at Martin-Kaye Solicitors on 01952 272222 or email junenoto@martinkaye.co.uk

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