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Hi Lisa & Caroline, just a quick note to say a big "thank you" for all your efforts in helping us complete on the sale and the purchase before the stamp duty changes. I know this part-exchange has had a few problems towards the end, and we sincerely appreciate everything you have done to keep it all on-track. We always highly recommend Banner Jones to our friends and colleagues - and will continue to do so going forward. Keep up the good work (and good luck for the remaining files which you still have to complete today!) Thanks again & kind regards

Mrs D, Sheffield

Thank you again for your help..If anyone requires a solicitor at any time..I will recommend yourselves..for quick and friendly service

Miss N, Chesterfield

The service I received was excellent.

Mrs B, Dronfield

With you having a local premises it made it much easier for us to get to. We were met with a friendly atmosphere. Our business was dealt with, and everything was explained in a straight forward manner.

Mr & Mrs W, Coal Aston

Just a personal thank you to the Wills & Probate Department who made all comfortable from the off, and stated things clearly and professionally throughout.

Mr P, Mrs G, Mrs R, Hasland

Thanks so much for your assistance with the matter Helena, it's been a terrible 9 months and I am really relieved it's finally over so that I can start to move on with my life. I am so glad I had you on my side rather than the other way around!!

Ms B, Mansfield

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all you have done for me. I am really pleased with the outcome and I will always be grateful.
I will definatley be recommending Banner Jones to Family, Friends, Colleagues etc should they ever need legal advice and if in the future I myself need legal advice I will definitely return to Banner Jones for this. Once again thank-you so much for all your hard work.

Ms C, Sheffield

Thankyou Helena Downing for all your excellent service.

Mr & Mrs W, Alfreton
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