"With offices in Chelmsford, Colchester and Braintree, we have built a great reputation in Essex as solicitors who take a personal approach."
Separation and family breakdown can be traumatic and the single worst experience people will endure in their lifetime even more so for their children. [read more]10th November 2014
Eight teams from schools from across central Essex battled it out at this year's Gepp & Sons Schools Legal Debate. [read more]5th November 2014
In a ground breaking case relating to holiday pay the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has ruled that workers are entitled to be paid holiday pay based on their typical average pay as opposed to basic hours for their 4 week minimum holiday entitlement under EU law. [read more]
Gepp & Sons Solicitors are one of the largest and longest established solicitors in Essex, offering a full legal service to business and private clients. We work under full ISO quality accreditation achieved in 2000 through our association with Lawnet. We have also secured the national Law Society's law management quality mark, Lexcel. which is developed specifically for the legal profession which gives assurance that our practice meets high client care and business management standards.
With offices in Chelmsford, Colchester and Braintree, we have built a great reputation in Essex as solicitors who take a personal approach.
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Passions ran high recently as schools battled it out at the annual Gepp and Sons Schools Legal Debate. Sixth form students from, Anglo European School, Brentwood School, Brentwood Ursuline Convent High School, Felsted School, Great Baddow High School, King Edward VI Grammar School, New Hall School and William De Ferrers School debated on the emotive subject, "This house believes that defendants of sexual crimes should be afforded anonymity"… After much deliberation and by the smallest of margins Lord Justice Burnett announced the winners of the "Gepp & Sons Schools Legal Debate 2014" as King Edward VI Grammar School.