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26
Aug
Our Herne Bay Offices Have Moved - Welcome to 45 William Street!
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After months of planning on 1 September 2020 our Herne Bay offices moved to larger, refurbished offices just three doors down from our former offices in William Street.

Located in the heart of Herne Bay as we have been since 1934, our new offices will enable us to continue to grow our existing team and maintain the high level of service our clients have come to expect, as well as offer more comfortable surroundings. We all love our spacious new offices and look forward to welcoming you when our receptions open to the public again shortly.

Our new address is:

Girlings Solicitors, 45 William Street, Herne Bay, Kent CT6 5NR. All other contact details for telephone and staff remain the same.

Some new faces

We also look forward to introducing you to the new legal advisors who joined the Herne Bay staff 'remotely' during lockdown:

Simon Stempien, Senior Associate Solicitor: Commercial Property

Simon works with companies, charities, banks, developers and individuals across Kent and the South East. He joins the Herne Bay office to meet the growing demand for commercial property advice.

Curtis Wray, Associate Solicitor: Family Law

Curtis is a Family Law specialist. He is a keen and passionate advocate and obtained Higher Rights of Audience in 2018 giving him the right, unlike most solicitors, to appear as barristers do in the higher courts.

Herne Bay office

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to meeting you again soon at 45 William Street.

Sarah Finnis, Herne Bay Partner

Girlings Solicitors has offices in Ashford, Canterbury and Herne Bay

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Sarah Finnis

Head of Department
Family Law
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