Events & News

We are pleased to announce that we have joined forces with Stuart Grace Associates, Solicitors. Stuart Grace and Christos Christou joined us as Associate Solicitors today, 31st January 2014. We are now able to offer advice and representation in relation to criminal and road traffic law in addition to our other range of services.

Lawson Lewis Blakers raised over £100 for the WRAS and the Salvation Army in lieu of Christmas Cards this year.

Another amazing achievement for the generosity of the Firm.

Take a moment to look at their websites for the great work these charities are doing.

The Charity Commission has added another 12 charities who have double defaulted on their accounts. Failure to submit annual documents to the Commission is a criminal offence and also amounts to mismanagement and/or misconduct in the administration of a charity.

Lawson Lewis Blakers joined the Lewes crowds to witness the Remembrance Sunday parades and observances.

At 11am the two minutes silence was observed at the War Memorial with a maroon fired both before and after the period of respect for the dead of two world wars and other conflicts

Carole Gregory of Care for the Carers won the bottle of Prosecco at the 3VA exhibition at Lewes town hall yesterday.

Adrian Sharpin of Lawson Lewis Blakers challenges HM Revenue & Customs and saves estate £102,792.80 in Inheritance Tax by quoting legislation dating back to 1894 and 1924. Something that a lay executor would not have known about. For more information please contact Adrian Sharpin 01323 720142 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Jeremy Sogno attended the chamber of commerce breakfast yesterday morning speaking about the legal revolution, he did brilliantly and got a rousing applause with lovely comments from people who have used our firm, well done Jeremy.

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