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We promise to keep our promises.
- We promise to listen. We want to hear your story, your priorities and to find out exactly what you want to achieve.
- We promise to be responsive, readily available and never to palm you off or ignore your calls or messages.
- We promise to explain all the practical implications. We’ll do everything we can to resolve your problems and not try and teach you the law.
- We promise to keep you in the picture with regular progress reports.
- We promise to give you real value for money and be totally transparent about pricing.
As a client of Sherbornes you’ll find we are:
Our clients take our legal expertise for granted. They can, they’re right to and their feedback confirms it.
What you get is what you see and if anything, we will under promise and over deliver.
We know our clients want solutions; positive and speedy outcomes, not a wishy washy range of options. We find ways to make this happen.
COMMITTED TO GIVING BACK
We actively support local suppliers, people and good causes.
We don’t sugar coat our advice or deal in false hopes and you’ll always know where you stand on fees.
We believe good relationships and successful outcomes are built on honesty and consistency.
FRIENDLY AND RESPONSIVE
We don’t stand on ceremony. We empathise with our clients and give clear, practical and straightforward advice.
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