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#ForTheThrone – First4Lawyers: New Battle for Justice Being Fought by Game of Thrones Characters in Final Season Premiering on April 15

01 April 2019

With the Season 8 premiere on 15 April fast approaching, Game of Thrones fans are expecting another cutthroat series. There is enormous anticipation surrounding the forthcoming final season, and we can confirm that several characters from the show have chosen legal specialists First4Lawyers to assist them with a variety of legal battles of their own.

In one of the most high-profile incidents originating from Game of Thrones, Jon Snow was tricked into leaving his chambers at Castle Black and killed by his fellow sworn brothers of the Night’s Watch.

But it turned out that Mr Snow was not doomed to leave this world quite yet. The Red Priestess Melisandre was present at Castle Black and brought him back to life after an experimental ritual.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, such a traumatic death changed Mr Snow. He became reluctant to fight and gave up his job as Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch.

However, he knew that he couldn’t avoid fighting for the rest of his second life. He realised that it was important to update his Will, just in case the final season saw him face the same fate again – permanently.

He approached First4Lawyers for their legal expertise, who put him in touch with an expert solicitor. They helped him update his Will to ensure his assets would go to the right people should Mr Snow face death for the second time.



But Mr Snow is not alone in seeking legal representation. His allies Daenerys Targaryen and Tyrion Lannister have also contacted First4Lawyers for help, as have several other residents of Westeros and Essos.

Ms Targaryen needed help with a prenuptial agreement after beginning a new relationship, mindful that she has a huge amount of resources she needs to protect.

Meanwhile, Mr Lannister wanted to take legal action against his employer for discrimination at work, directed at his stature. He felt reasonable adjustments to his working space on the Small Council were not being made.



These are just a selection of the Game of Thrones legal cases First4Lawyers has been working on. For more information and to find out who else the legal experts have been helping, click here.

We are sure you will agree that there are some serious issues raised in this press release – and that even some of the biggest names in TV have legitimate claims and enquiries for legal services.

Hopefully, you have enjoyed reading about our fictitious claims and enquiries from the Game of Thrones characters this April Fools’ Day. If so, please spread the word far and wide.

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