A group from Gilbert Stephens including solicitors, support staff, management and Financial Services rode the 55 mile course of this years FORCE, Devon’s Cancer Charity, The Nello to help raise funds for this extremely valuable charity. Its work in supporting those affected by cancer, including relatives of sufferers is seen as vital in the fight against this terrible disease.
We wish all our clients, prospective clients and contacts a merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Our offices will be closed from 5pm on Friday 23 December 2016 until 9am on Tuesday 3 January 2017.
Getting into the festive spirit – that of giving rather than eating and drinking – our staff donned an array of fluffy and sparkly jumpers worthy of a spot on a Noel Edmond’s Christmas Special on Thursday 17 December.
Here at Gilbert Stephens, we do like to get into the festive spirit of giving to those less fortunate than ourselves, and this year is no exception.
In a ruling by the Supreme Court on 11 March Kathleen Wyatt was given permission to make a claim for a financial order against her former husband Dale Vince, even though they separated in the mid 1980’s and were divorced in 1982. It is by no means certain that she will be successful but the case underlines the fact there is no time limit for ex-spouses to apply to a court for a financial settlement following a divorce – however weak their claim may appear to be.
As part of its ongoing support of FORCE Cancer Charity, Gilbert Stephens LLP Solicitors will be hosting another Great Devon Breakfast in aid of the local charity.
As part of its ongoing support of FORCE Cancer Charity, Gilbert Stephens LLP Solicitors will be hosting another Force Great Devon Breakfast in aid of the local charity.
As proud sponsors of Crediton Operatic and Dramatic Society’s performance of Oklahoma, members of our team enjoyed front row seats to see the fantastic show.