The following are some of the most common questions asked about the society by non-members and the public:

What is the Lincolnshire Probate Law Society?

The Society exists to advance and support the interests, work and professional status of the Society and its members. This includes promoting the services of its members and solicitors in general and keeping members informed and up to date.

What does it do?

Much of the work of the Society relates to professional matters such as liaising with the local courts, the national Law Society, and responding to consultation papers on legal matters produced, for example, by the Lord Chancellors department. It also exists to promote the work of solicitors generally and its members, and to encourage the study of law in the County.

Who are its members?

Most local solicitors are members of the society. If you are looking for a solicitor try the law societies find a solicitor page or have a look in our links section.

How can I contact firms who are not listed on this web-site?

All local firms can be found in the Yellow Pages. To find local firms who have a legal aid franchise, contact the Legal Aid Board.

How do I contact the society?

Details on how you can contact us can be found on our Contact Us page.

I am a member of the society how do I access the members section?

If you are on the internet you should have recieved an email containing your password and username. If you did not recieve your email, have lost your password/username or you do not have an email address contact the Society using our contact page and we will contact you with your username and password on confirmation of your membership.

I am starting a local firm how do I join the Lincolnshire Probate Law Society?

To find out more about membership joining us and the societies activities check out our Join Us section.

What is the purpose of this website?

The main purpose of this website is to enable you to find information and provide a portal for local firms to access information on the society and its activities as well as providing links to local firms websites and contact details.

What information is on this web-site?

As well as a list of members, there is the facility to search to find firms who specialise in particular areas of law. There are also some articles on various areas of law written by members, contact details, an area dedicated to members, news on the latest issues affecting the society and it's members as well as a variety of useful links and web based utilities.

Who designed and manages this web site?

It was designed and continues to be managed and maintained by 79DESIGN in Lincolnshire.
You can visit their web site at www.79design.org.uk.
They have proven to be very approachable, given excellent customer service during all hours, and are highly skilled in providing whatever we have asked them for. They have worked in the 'legal' side of web sites for some time.

How will this site evolve in the future?

It is hoped that as more firms of solicitors become connected to the Internet, this site will have links to more firms. It is also intended to have more general legal information and also notices about local Law Society events such as the dates of meetings. Other possible developments are a section for recruitment and a backdated libarary of newsletters. However we would be very interested to hear your views on what you would like to see on this web-site and any comments on it's current content or problems should be emailed direct to us at info@lincslaw.co.uk.