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Closure Announcement

Over the last 10 months we have been unable to attract qualified staff to our legal practice, Beacon Wealth Legal, to replace those that have moved on. We therefore cannot maintain the levels of service that we demand of ourselves, and those that clients naturally require.

This means that unfortunately, and with regret, we will be closing the legal practice as soon as is practical. It has been a difficult decision to take, and we are attempting to complete as much of our pipeline work as possible first.  To assist our team we stopped taking on clients from the end of February in the hope that solicitors would be recruited, but a practice can only continue for so long like this.

 If you feel that you are effected by this action, please contact enquiries@beaconwealth.co.uk and we will attempt to answer your concerns.

All clients will be contacted individually, if they haven’t already, and we will continue to hold all Wills, Deeds and other paperwork through our storage company.

If your Wills/Deeds are being kept at the St. Neots office, they will continue to do so. If your documents were stored at the St. Ives branch, they will be moved to our St. Neots office and kept securely there.

You will still be able to request to retrieve these documents at any time, if you wish, by completing the following form and returning it to enquiries@beaconwealth.co.uk:

Client Pre-Collection Form EDITABLE

NOTE: The closure of our legal practice does not effect any of the other companies within the group that are all flourishing. Indeed the legal practice had never been so busy, it is purely down to the lack of qualified staff.


How can you be sure we're qualified to help?


All our Solicitors hold a practicing certificate issued by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, the professional regulatory body for Solicitors. This guarantees that the Solicitor is qualified to practice and insured.

Solicitors are required to work according to a set of rules issued by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. These rules are called the SRA Code of Conduct. At the heart of these rules is the duty to behave in an ethical manner. Solicitors have positions of authority and must maintain their integrity at all times – they must not behave in a way that would diminish the trust the public has in the profession.

Solicitors may use other team members to deal with some aspects of your case – they will always be supervised. We are Resolution Members and Conveyancing Accredited which is achieved by showing that we have considerable specialist knowledge and expert skills, so you can be reassured all our work is of the highest standard.

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