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Dementia Awareness Week 2018

May 31, 2018 | Practice News

As part of its efforts to turn understanding into action for Dementia Awareness Week 2018, HMG Law hosted a Dementia Friends information session at its Bicester office on Tuesday evening. Professionals from the Bicester branches of Whitley Stimpson accountants and Connells estate agents joined staff from HMG Law to learn more about the challenges of(Read more)

General Data Protection Regulations: Your Privacy Matters

May 29, 2018 | Practice News

HMG LAW LLP Privacy policy May 2018 We take your privacy very seriously. Please read this privacy policy carefully as it contains important information on who we are and how and why we collect, store, use and share your personal data. It also explains your rights in relation to your personal data and how to(Read more)

May Morning Celebrations: Another Oxford Tradition

May 01, 2018 | Practice News

In a long-standing tradition, crowds gathered early this morning to welcome in the month of May. HMG is another Oxford institution, with its origins going back to the 1800s (and possibly even further).  In a Listed building in the heart of the City, the Firm continues to provide professional and dependable advice to its clients(Read more)

HMG Welcomes Ben Saunders to the Private Client Department in Bicester

April 17, 2018 | Practice News

HMG recently appointed Ben Saunders to the Private Client team, specifically with the remit of developing our established presence in the Bicester area. Ben qualified as a solicitor in 2012 and joined HMG Law’s Private Client team in February 2018.  Based in the firm’s Bicester office, Ben specialises in Wills, Probates, Lasting Powers of Attorney,(Read more)

HMG Welcomes Tricia Miller to the Property Department

April 10, 2018 | Practice News

HMG recently appointed Tricia Miller to the Property team in Bicester.   Tricia is an experienced residential conveyancer in all aspects of residential conveyancing with over 20 years’ experience in law, commencing her original training in litigation before moving in to residential property. Tricia has over the course of her career, represented clients selling and buying(Read more)

A Fond Farewell: As We Say Goodbye to Catherine Jessop (and Horace!)

April 05, 2018 | Practice News

A fond farewell was bid to Catherine Jessop and Horace on their recent retirement from the firm.  Catherine has been with HMG Law for 18 years dealing with our Dispute Resolution work. She and Horace will be sadly missed but we wish them all the best for their retirement.(Read more)

On Retirement: A Final Blog from Julian Freeland

January 02, 2018 | Practice News

As I leave the practice of the law, I am very aware that I must have forgotten at least 90% of whatever I knew.  But some things seem to stick for ever. One of the subjects in my first year of university (now over 50 years ago) was Roman law.  When complaints are raised today(Read more)

HMG Goes All Christmassy!

December 13, 2017 | Practice News

The team at HMG Law has held its annual Christmas Jumper Day today, in support of Save the Children's quest to raise much-needed funds. Although a couple of days earlier than the official event, we wanted to make sure we could include as many of our people as possible. An array of delightful designs have(Read more)

HMG Welcomes Alexandra Smith to the Family Department

November 23, 2017 | Practice News

HMG is pleased to welcome Alexandra Smith to the Family Department. Alexandra qualified as a solicitor in 2013 and joined HMG Law in November 2017. Alexandra has acted for mid to high net worth clients and for clients of limited means in financial matters upon divorce, pre and post nuptial agreements, disputes over children’s living(Read more)

All The World's a Stage

October 18, 2017 | Practice News

HMG’s Private Client team recently put together a theatrical masterpiece for our clients, in the form of a playlet to rival all others. The cast consisted of the solicitors from the Private Client team, with a guest appearance from a member of the Family team. Each solicitor took on the role of a specialist and(Read more)