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.
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.
From 4th December 2014 there will be changes to stamp duty payable on property purchases.
MCP will be selling a range of cakes and bakes along Guildhall Street, Thetford on Friday 14th November, all proceeds to BBC Children in Need. See a full report on the Thetford and Brandon Times online...
'Holiday pay has to include overtime' and 'employees can claim up to sixteen years of backdated holiday pay'.
Whenever making a Will you need to carefully consider who to appoint as your Executors. You can appoint family members, close friends, beneficiaries or professionals. Recent research indicates that more people are preferring to appoint friends or family members as their Executors and Trustees, rather than instructing solicitors, but using a friend or acquaintance can be a false economy....