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Alexander Grace Law Ceases Trading

(Last Updated: 07/07/2023)
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Key Takeaways
  • Lancashire Law Firm holds £3 million in debt.
  • As of 30/06, clients were advised to seek alternative lawyers to complete unfinished transactions.
  • Following earlier redundancies beginning in 2022, 80 remaining staff are now left jobless.

On 30th June 2023 Alexander Grace Law closed, handing ongoing client matters over to other firms. The firm had specialised in residential conveyancing, wills, probate and private client work.

Alexander Grace Law (AGL), led by legal executive Donnamarie Sturrock and solicitor James Young, has been trading since 2016 and, at its peak, employed 181 members of staff, having more than doubled in size in the course of just one year. The final 80 employees were made redundant from the 1st of July 2023.

Its directors, along with some other members of staff, have joined Amity Law as consultant conveyancing solicitors, with clients having being advised to instruct Stephensons Solicitors, or Amity Law. Clients of Alexander Grace Law have freedom of choice and may instruct whichever legal representative they so choose.

One anonymous ex-employee told the Lancashire Telegraph that he was made redundant without notice in February and employees' wages were delayed on more than one occasion. AGL refute this statement.

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