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Storm Troopers in New Store
Posted: 18th July 2017 by Portcullis Legals Ltd
Take a look at The Devon Chamber of Commerce latest article all about us, and how we are delivering expert and niche advise across the South West!  
Glitter
Posted: 13th July 2017 by Portcullis Legals Ltd
CEO, Trevor Worth, was asked to contribute an article to Remember A Charity again this year about charity legacies and technology. "If you were asked to name a creative and customer focused industry or profession, it’s a fair bet that the legal profession wouldn’t come anywhere near the top of the list. The perception of lawyers in general, rightly or wrongly, is of a jargon...
Cheque Presentation St Luke's Hospice
Posted: 14th June 2017 by Portcullis Legals Ltd
We are thrilled to have raised over £10,000 for St Luke Hospice, Plymouth's adult Hospice, throughout their 'Make a Will Week' in May. Nicola Keen, Corporate Fundraiser at the charity, came to visit Marina and Trevor at Cornwood to tell us all about the Hospice and how the funds will help. St Luke's Hospice have been caring for patients across the South West for over 30 years whether thats in...
Free Will with our Funeral Plans
Posted: 30th May 2017 by Portcullis Legals Ltd
We are pleased to announce a brand new offering! **Portcullis Legals are offering a free Will for each Funeral Plan taken out** If you have been pondering whether or not to take out a Funeral Plan, then now's the time. With the rising costs of these plans, we can guarantee that your funeral plan will be fixed at todays price. Alongside your funeral plan we are also offering you a free...
Posted: 16th May 2017 by Marina Leadbetter
Portcullis Legals are supporting Plymouths local adult hospice - St Luke's Hospice - by offering your friends, families and relatives free Wills. Over half of the population do not have a will and of those that do, over 20% of them have never reviewed it. Have you thought about your future and what will happen if the worst happens? St Luke’s Make a Will Week runs all this week from Monday...
Posted: 28th April 2017 by Marina Leadbetter
On Thursday 20th April, we attended the glamorous Herald Business Awards! We are extremely proud to say we won the Innovation award, we are very happy – the team are all over the moon as thats now 3 awards in 12 months! We have a brand new store opening in St Budeaux, our brand new website has just been launched and a brand new app just around the corner. We are a small firm always trying to...
Posted: 11th April 2017 by Marina Leadbetter
We were absolutely thrilled to receive this beautiful award today. It is a real honour for us to be recognised on a national level as we strive for innovation and excellence. Thank you to everyone who has supported us.
Posted: 13th June 2016 by Marina
This is a great article that I was forwarded recently and is well worth publishing on our site. I am a great fan of Jordan Furlong, who I met for coffee in Ottawa last summer. A truly inspiring and innovative lawyer. What Makes Uber Tick, and What Lawyers Can Learn From It is written by Jordan Furlong and was originally published on Lawyerist.com on June 8th, 2016. It is reproduced on Dialogue...
Posted: 6th May 2016
Wills, trusts and probate law firm Portcullis Legals has won a small business of the year award in Plymouth, for its outstanding local achievements in community engagement, innovation and meeting its customer’s needs. Portcullis Legals has been established in Plymouth for 28 years, but despite its traditional area of practice, it has had a far from traditional approach to business development...
The rise of the “Google Lawyer”
Posted: 26th April 2016 by Trevor Worth
Whilst the talk in and around the subject of disruptive law models continues unabated and rightly so, the title of this post does not refer to IBM Watson, Artificial Intelligence or the entry from all sorts of global brands into the legal services arena. As most of us are aware, technology is changing and challenging everything we know as consumers, and the law is no different. My thoughts...