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Flexible working for Senior Solicitors

by AMD Solicitors - 16.11.2017

We are always looking to accommodate senior lawyers who may want more control over their work. We are able to explore flexible working hours and/or home working.

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AMD SHORTLISTED BY BRISTOL LAW SOCIETY AS LAW FIRM OF THE YEAR

by AMD Solicitors - 15.09.2017

We are thrilled to have been shortlisted by the Bristol Law Society for this year’s Law Firm of the Year (up to 15 Partners).

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Probate - Can you afford to take the risk?

by AMD Solicitors - 09.08.2017

Many people who are appointed as executors under a will know that their duties include administering an estate in accordance with the will to ensure that the beneficiaries receive what they have been left.

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VACANCY: 0-4 YEAR PQE COMPANY COMMERCIAL SOLICITOR

by AMD Solicitors - 13.06.2017

This is an excellent opportunity to play a key role in a growing department and in a busy and established firm. To be considered you will have trained or practised with a focus on company or commercial law areas and have a demonstrable passion for this work.

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Bristol Dementia Action Alliance

by AMD Solicitors - 30.05.2017

We are very pleased to say that we are raising dementia awareness amongst all of our staff  to help work towards making Bristol a dementia friendly city.

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AMD's Recent Probate Talks

by AMD Solicitors - 24.05.2017

Recently, AMD Solicitors hosted two probate talks to outline current issues in Private Client Law. The talks are held to inform members of the public about the changing law and there are opportunities to ask questions.

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AMD nominated for a Bristol Life Award

by AMD Solicitors - 09.03.2017

We are thrilled to be finalists in the Bristol Life awards in the legal and financial section.  There were over 414 entries to these awards across all categories.

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What happens if you don’t have a shareholders’ agreement?

by AMD Solicitors - 20.02.2017

Shareholders are people (or companies) that have invested time or money into a company in return for shares (equity) in that company. Shares can have very different rights attaching, for example some shares carry voting rights, some are non-voting but where voting shares are concerned, it is important to ensure the relationship between the shareholders is documented.