The new office


It is taking forever to build and can’t possibly be ready by the due date in September.  I have been saying to myself that this is no bad thing, all the time I am not there I am saving rent.  However, that can’t possibly be the right way to look at it.  I believe there is a business case for moving.  It will be more clearly a “proper” business which will attract wealthier clients; it is a sign of commitment; it separates work from home; it is the next stage to the business becoming a serious entity in its own right.  So why can delay possibly be a good thing?

Also I will have a moving party which will be a great way to remind my clients about me.  So builders, get on with it.

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Judith Derbyshire founded Purely Probate, a firm of solicitors specialising in probate wills and powers of attorney after a 20 year spell as company secretary of Clarks shoes
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