Established in Monmouth in 1997, Curtis Legal Solicitors have recently relocated to new offices at Mamhilad Park Estate, bringing their unique probate offering to the people of Pontypool and the rest of South Wales.
The firm, which prides itself on being modern and progressive, has a pioneering business model that helps families fund funeral costs:
“We often meet people who have lost loved ones and are seeking legal and financial guidance, particularly when it comes to funding their loved one’s funeral,” says Simon Jenkins, Director at Curtis Legal.
“When losing someone, the last thing clients need to be worrying about is money, which is why we fund their loved one’s funerals with no interest. All we ask is that our clients agree that we’ll be reimbursed when funds are available. In addition, our service is fixed-fee so our clients can be safe in the knowledge that there won’t be any additional charges.”
The new business model designed to relieve pressure on families has proven to be a great success, for both the clients and the firm too, allowing Curtis Legal to expand its business and invest in a bigger premises and new case-management systems.
With family being central to the firm’s ethos, Curtis Legal has also had some family business of its own, recently appointing Simon’s wife Rhiannon Jenkins as a Director of the firm.
“We’ve a very exciting future ahead of us” added Simon.
“Along with investing in new premises and providing our clients with a unique and pioneering probate service, Rhiannon joining has further strengthened our offering, bringing on board her 25 years of legal expertise alongside a fresh and modern perspective.”
For more information about Curtis Legal Ltd and their services, visit their website curtislegalprobate.co.uk