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Philip Sherwood, Coles Miller consultantPhilip Sherwood, a consultant to Coles Miller Solicitors, will be the next president of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx).

CILEx Fellow Mr Sherwood will be inaugurated as the institute’s 55th president at a dinner on Thursday July 19 2018 at Norton Park, a hotel in Sutton Scotney near Winchester.

Gay Pride Flag LogoColes Miller Solicitors will be supporting visitors to Bournemouth’s Pride Festival (July 13-15 2018) by offering expert legal advice on LGBT matters.

Coles Miller provides legal advice to gay, lesbian and transgender couples considering surrogacy or donor conception as a means of starting a family.

block of flats imageResidential leasehold professionals from across the South will be meeting in Bournemouth at an event co-founded by Matthew Lewis of Coles Miller Solicitors.

Leasehold Management Professionals (LMP) will be meeting on Wednesday June 20 2018 (noon-4pm) at the Village Hotel, Bournemouth.

Elderly ManMany bereaved families are paying too much Inheritance Tax (IHT) because they failed to plan ahead, warns leading Dorset law firm Coles Miller.

IHT has been dubbed a ‘voluntary tax’ because HM Revenue & Customs rules allow so many exemptions – but many people fail to use them.

Race for Life Team 2018Leading Dorset law firm Coles Miller Solicitors is backing the battle against cancer by supporting Race for Life in Bournemouth and Poole for the second year running.

Eleven Coles Miller staff will be running with 12 more acting as volunteer race marshals following last year’s successful fundraising efforts.

FlatsColes Miller solicitor Matthew Lewis has taken on a national role to further help leaseholders across the UK.

He has been named an honorary consultant by the Federation of Private Residents’ Associations (FPRA).

Growing Compassionate Communities LaunchColes Miller Solicitors has helped to create a new charity being launched at the Houses of Parliament on Tuesday May 22 2018.

Growing Compassionate Communities has a wide remit but its primary focus will be on helping people with dementia to enjoy a better quality of life and greater social inclusion.

BrainBrain injuries don’t just affect the victim but also their family, friends, colleagues and many other relationships, warn Coles Miller Solicitors.

Coles Miller is supporting Action for Brain Injury Week (May 14-20 2018), which is organised by the charity Headway.

PGS - Youth Chamber PRColes Miller Solicitors LLP has renewed its sponsorship of Parkstone Grammar School’s membership of the Young Chamber programme, a move which means the law firm has become the first company in Dorset to cover three key areas, all for one school.

Lianne Clenton Bray, Anne Albritton, Lindsey ArnoldLeading Dorset law firm Coles Miller has promoted three of its lawyers to Associate level.

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