Fodens start 2018 on a high

A local firm of solicitors is thrilled to have been reaccredited for another with year with a prestigious legal quality mark.

Fodens, which has offices in Much Wenlock and Lawley, was once more awarded the Lexcel mark towards the end of 2017 following an inspection in October. The firm have held the award for a number of years now but are ready to continue their high level of client service into 2018. The accreditation is recognised as a mark of excellence and is a clear indication of the firm’s commitment to outstanding personal service and professional performance.

Stephen Foden, who heads up the firm’s highly experienced Commercial Property and Dispute Resolution team, said, “Lexcel is the Law Society’s legal practice quality mark for excellence in legal practice management and excellence in client care.

“As a practice we’re absolutely delighted to have been highly commended for this reaccreditation which we work very hard to maintain for our clients. It shows our level in the market place and puts us head and shoulders about other legal firms in showing our high level of compliance and the quality service we provide to our clients.”

Lexcel ensures a consistent level of client service across the practice – but it’s not only the industry who have recognised Foden’s commitment to service; client feedback has shown an overwhelming level of satisfaction after working with Fodens. In each of the firm’s key areas – Wills and Probate, Residential Property, Commercial Property and Dispute Resolution – clients reported being very happy with the service they received… “and that means just as much as the Lexcel accreditation!” concluded Stephen.

 

 

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