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Solicitors in Carlisle, Penrith, Brampton and Haltwhistle

It can be confusing to know what type of legal service you need or even what help to ask for.

Cartmell Shepherd are solicitors in Carlisle (with offices in the city centre and Rosehill just off the M6, J43), Penrith, Brampton and Haltwhistle, with a nationally recognised team of legal experts here to help you cut through the confusion.  Regardless of our location we’ll travel to you at no extra cost to provide legal advice you can rely upon.

If youʼre not sure which expert to speak to please call us on 01228 516666 or request a call back from our experienced legal team and weʼll help point you in the right direction.

To request a call back add your name, number and a convenient time for us to call, to the simple form opposite. If you prefer to email us please

 “Very efficient, totally professional and personable.”  Client feedback 2014

“Excellent; efficient and pragmatic, but caring.”  Legal 500 2013, the UK’s leading guide to legal services

 

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Backdated marriage certificates for civil partnership conversions

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Important changes to the intestacy rules: where will your assets go on your death?

By Rachael Leathley, Solicitor at Cartmell Shepherd A valid Will comes into force when a person dies and ensures that their assets are divided in accordance with their wishes. Where a person dies...

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