Led by its team of Partners, GHP Legal Solicitors of Wrexham, Oswestry, Llangollen and Chirk are a multi-disciplinary law practice serving a client base stretching across more than 10 counties in England and Wales. For more information regarding our legal services, please click the links below.
Personal Law Services
The law can be complicated so it is important to get the best advice available.
We have highly experienced solicitors specialising in all aspects of personal legal services.
Business Law Services
We provide a wealth of expertise for our commercial clients, representing them in the complete range of their business interests.
We have a skilled team of lawyers on hand to offer you a cost effective and tailored solution.
Q: I have been temping through an agency since finishing Uni last summer. In the run-up to Christmas the firm I was working at was super busy and I put in a lot of extra hours in the last week. When I asked the manager to sign my timesheet, however, he refused. He said it shouldn’t and couldn’t have taken me as long as I made out it had to do the job and that I was late starting. As a result of this the agency withheld payment of my wages completely. Can they legally do this?Continue Reading
Q: I started my job in 2012. Last year the boss’s nephew joined the business, doing the same job as me. In fact I trained him up. Next thing was the business wasn’t doing so well. Then when I went back after the Christmas holidays I was called in and told they were going to have to let me go.Continue Reading
Q: My mother had an affair with my father when she worked for him. When I was born, my father provided for my mother and me, even paying for my private education, on the understanding that my mother agreed not to say anything to his family. I am now two years into six years’ training to become a vet. Two months ago, my father had a sudden heart attack and died aged 56. We have since found out that he had not made any provision for us in his Will, which could mean me having to give up my training. Could I and/or my mother challenge his Will?Continue Reading