Fosters Proud to Support Norwich Pride 2020
Fosters Solicitors LLP are once again proud to support Norwich Pride, which this year due to the Coronavirus pandemic is being celebrated virtually.
Although we are unable to join our fellow allies in Norwich city centre this weekend, we once again stand with our LGBT+ community in supporting their aim of ensuring Norwich is a place where everyone can feel safe and proud to be themselves.
From our Norwich office we will be flying the rainbow flag and on Friday ahead of the weekend our staff will be donning bright colours and rainbows to show their support.
Here at Fosters we’d like to wish everyone taking part a great Norwich Pride 2020!
For more information on how you can participate, please visit the Norwich Pride website.
As in previous years we’d also like to offer a special Pride discount offer on some of our legal services. Quote ‘NORWICH PRIDE’ when using these exclusive offers.*
- RESIDENTIAL CONVEYANCING – 10% off any property sale or purchase.
- FAMILY – One hour appointment only £100+VAT. To help with prenups, separation, finances and contact/access to children and includes a follow-up letter of advice.
- WILLS, TRUSTS & PROBATE – 20% off the cost of making a Lasting Power of Attorney.
For more information about any of our legal services please call our switchboard on 01603 620508. During opening hours our Live Chat service is also operational and can be found at the bottom right of this page.
*Terms and conditions apply: (i) Discounts apply to new instructions only and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or discount; (ii) The Residential Conveyancing offer cannot be applied where the client has been referred to Fosters by their estate agent and Fosters is to make a referral payment to the estate agent for this referral (iii) These discount offers end on 31st August 2020 and to be valid ‘NORWICH PRIDE’ must be quoted either on the telephone or using the online enquiry form prior to 11:59pm on this date; (iv) The appropriate discount will be applied to the final invoice.
This article was produced on the 24th July 2020 by our Communications team for information purposes only and should not be construed or relied upon as specific legal advice.