VouchedFor Winter 2017

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We were recently notified that SCE Solicitors have qualified for VouchedFor’s Winter 2017 ‘Certificate of Excellence’ based on the quality of reviews we have received.

VouchedFor.co.uk is like TripAdvisor, but for finding professional services.  Clients can rate and review their legal adviser, accountant or financial adviser, helping others to choose the right one.

It has quickly become the standard that clients look for when seeking financial or legal advice. Being VouchedFor means that we are verified, reviewed and independent.  They only list professional with the necessary permissions to practice from the appropriate governing bodies and are reviewed and rated by genuine clients and verified by VouchedFor’s systems.

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