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  • One of South Manchester's Largest Law Firms

    Gorvins Solicitors is one of South Manchester's largest law firms delivering exceptional & affordable legal services for both individuals and businesses.

    It’s not our size that’s earned us our trusted reputation, it’s the fact that we offer expert, clear and jargon-free advice that produces real results. 

    We are focused on maintaining our personal, approachable and professional attitude towards clients. Our expert legal advice produces the best outcome, ensuring our number 1 priority is always our clients' needs. 

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  • Christine Thornley Shortlisted for 3 Prestigious Legal Awards

    Christine Thornley has been shortlisted for Solicitor of the Year, Legal Businesswoman of the Year and Lawyer of the Year.

    Christine Thornley, Partner & Joint Head of Wills, Trusts & Probate is a finalist in two Law Society Award catgeories; Legal Business Woman of the Year and Solicitor of the Year and one Modern Law award category; Lawyer of the Year. 

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  • Top ranked firm 2013

    Ranked as Top Tier Firm in Legal 500 2013 for Commercial Property & Litigation

    As a Top Tier firm in the areas of Commercial Propety and Dispute Resolution & Litigation, we are best placed to serve clients to the highest standards. Achieving this industry accolade highlights our commitment to, not only the legal industry, but our clients.

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  • Commercial Property Finalists in Team of the Year

    Gorvins Commercial Property team has been shortlisted in the prestigious, national Modern Law Awards.

    The Modern Law Awards are some of the most prestigious awards for the legal industry. Our Commercial Property department is nominated for Team of the Year amongst some of the country's leading law firms.

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New Rules – but you should still make a will

Too many people still die without making a will, and with increasingly complex family structures, children can often lose out, or become involved in unpleasant disputes with step-parents. The new intestacy rules which come into force on 1st October 2014 … Continue reading

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