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Probate in Warwickshire
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Warwickshire
 

Probate and Willwriting in Warwickshire

 
We offer Probate & Will Writing consultations within the privacy of your own home for all towns within Warwickshire.

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 in subjects such as Probate, Wills, Letters of administrations and much more, compassionate, friendly and keen to help.

So that we can start putting your mind at rest please call our head office on 0800 612 6105 which is a free phone number alternatively if you prefer our land line number is 020 8150 2010.

We look forward to talking to you shortly.
 

History of Warwickshire

 

Warwickshire has almost certainly been inhabited since prehistoric times.   The remains of arrows and stone tools have been found, mostly along the Avon valley.  Also, the remains of around twelve iron age hill forts have been found in the Warwickshire area.

 

For the first few decades following the Roman invasion of Britain, the Warwickshire area found itself at the frontier of Roman rule.  The Watling Street and Fosse Way Roman roads were constructed and for several decades the Fosse Way marked the western frontier of Roman rule in Britain.

 

The Warwickshire area was heavily fortified during this period and several military settlements were found to defend the roads.   Later on the Ryknield Street was constructed through the Warwickshire countryside and which passed through what is now known as Birmingham.

 

In time, many of the military settlements grew into towns – the largest one being Alcester.  Other significant settlements being Rugby and Atherstone and the Lunt Fort in Coventry.

 

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