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Kew Law LLP to open new office in Hadleigh, Benfleet

Kew Law LLP are delighted to announce that on the 1st August they will be opening their latest office in Hadleigh, Benfleet.  Stephen Kew commented: ” We at Kew Law are extremely pleased to be opening our eighth branch in Essex. This gives us an opportunity to provide a truly local service all over Essex. Our clients value accessibility and we are responding to this.”  Kew Law LLP opened their first office on North Hill Colchester in 2009.

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