We have an office in Chelmsford, Essex and offer Probate & Will Writing consultations within the privacy of your own home for all towns within Essex. If you would like to call our Essex Will and Probate office our land line number is 01245 201100.
We will be happy to visit you during the day or evening at a time thats convenient to you. We do not operate with high pressure tactics. All of our staff are fully trained, compassionate, friendly and keen to help.
So that we can start putting your mind at rest you can also call our head office free of charge on 0800 612 6105 which is a free phone number alternatively if you prefer our head office land line number is 020 8150 2010.
We look forward to talking to you shortly.
History of Essex
Did you know that according to Essex Police the county of Essex actually has the longest coastline of any county in main land England. The Essex coastline is 350 miles in length.
In 2008 the town Uttlesford was voted the most desirable town to live. Chrishall Common, at 482 feet above sea level is the highest point in Essex.
Perhaps the most noticeable Essex claim to fame for those of the younger generation would be the X factors stars Olly Murs and Matt Cardle. Olly's home town is Witham, nr Chelmsford and Matt's is Halstead, nr Colchester. Other famous people born in Essex, include Terry Venables, snooker player Ronnie O'Sullivan, chef and cook Jamie Oliver, Chelsea player Frank Lampard and snooker manager Barry Hearn.
According to Wikipedia
the name Essex
derives from the Kingdom of Essex or Kingdom of the East Seaxe
which was traditionally founded by Aesscwine in 527 AD.
Perhaps the most surprising fact related to Essex is that Danbury Common near Chelmsford is home to the largest population of Adder snakes in the United Kingdom.