DFA Law has been advising clients in Northamptonshire, and across the region, for 180 years. Today the firm is a blend of modern and traditional: a progressive, dynamic law firm which adheres to the old fashioned principles of professional integrity and personal service.
DFA Law does not aspire to be a “big” firm, nor the cheapest. Our aim is to be big enough to have the resources that we need to provide the very best standard of professional service to our clients, and to provide true value for money. We achieve this by maintaining a local focus, and recruiting and retaining top professionals in each area of our business.
It is a winning formula which works well for our clients and generates repeat business for us.
The range of services offered by the firm is wider and more diverse than ever before but our commitment to achieving the highest standards of service has not changed.
If you choose to instruct DFA Law you can be assured that a team of top specialists will handle your work with one objective in mind: to achieve the best solution for you or your business, as quickly as possible and at a price which represents exceptional value for money.
We are a husband and wife team (Steve & Melanie Parsons), who have combined our respective backgrounds to offer a more holistic service for future life planning. Steve was an Independent Financial Advisor for 23 years and Melanie worked as a Nurse and Social Worker in Health and social care for over 35 years. We pride ourselves on developing long term relationships with our customers and most of our work comes from referrals due to the quality of service we provide. We offer lots of free advice to help people decide what they need to put in place to ensure they protect themselves against life’s uncertainties and the possibility of long term care costs in the future. We charge only for documents we produce and these are far less than what a high street solicitor would charge. We are members of The Society of Will Writers.
We are Steve & Melanie Parsons, a husband and wife team. We have an extensive background in financial services and health and social care. We gave up our respective careers to oversee the care of Steve’s dad, who now has Alzheimer’s. We then decided to combine our skills and experience to form our own company, which we feel offers a more personal service and approach. As well as the services we can provide, we also give lots of free advice to ensure that people know how to protect themselves from paying for care in later life by planning accordingly, and also to protect their assets and ensure they are passed onto their loved ones as they would wish.