Welcome to MCP Solicitors
Solicitors in King's Lynn, Peterborough, Thetford & Wisbech
Metcalfe Copeman & Pettefar LLP (MCP) Solicitors is a long established, substantial firm of solicitors based in Norfolk and Cambridgeshire, with offices in Kings Lynn, Peterborough, Thetford and Wisbech.
Our lawyers deal with most areas of law, for both individuals and businesses, and we pride ourselves on our professional, friendly, cost-effective service.
Please explore this website to learn more about what we offer or alternatively contact us to find out how we can help you.
There are occasions when nearly all of us may need some help in managing our cash, investments and other property...
Do you employ people who drive as part of their employment, whether in company vehicles or in their own vehicles?...
MCP’s Commercial Department has been bolstered by the appointment of paralegal Jack Peart...
MCP's Head of Criminal Law Alison Muir records four busy days on call...
Trainee Solicitor Chloe Kitchen passed the core modules of her Legal Practice Course with excellent marks...
A recent Court of Appeal decision will be of concern to buy-to-let landlords, who may unexpectedly find themselves liable for repairs to communal areas in blocks of flats, even though the head landlord is responsible for their upkeep and they have no notice of any defect.
The media have recently focused on the story of millionaire Dale Vince who faces claims from the wife he divorced 20 years ago.
Metcalfe Copeman and Pettefar Solicitors (MCP) in Thetford are supporting Thetford’s Food Bank during 2015.
When parents don’t live together the arrangements for holidays can cause heartache and arguments. We all want to see our children on Christmas Day and other special occasions, but what happens if they don’t live with you.
The Turkey’s been eaten, mulled wine drunk, presents unwrapped and then the age old question arises - what do I do with the Christmas jumper/unwanted foot spa/hideous ornament from Aunty Dee?
It is still a shocking statistic that the majority of people in the UK have not made a Will. If you want to be sure that your wishes are dealt with after your death then having a properly drafted Will is the only way.
Jenny Horsley passed all her Legal Practice Course examinations, MCP Trainee Solicitor Nick Lyle completed his Professional Skills Course and MCP's Charity Hereos!
Despite well publicised drink driving campaigns over the Christmas period many people are still not fully aware of the drink driving laws and the affect that an offence could have on your ability to drive.