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News, Q&As and Press Releases From Our Team

Wrexham lawyer thumps a bass for Nightingale House

A Wrexham lawyer will be swapping his more serious professional act for a bass guitar on Sunday 30th June, when he joins other amateur musicians on stage in Chester at a live music charity event.

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Wrexham lawyer faces gruelling Three Peaks Challenge for cancer charity

A Wrexham Solicitor is in training for the gruelling National Three Peaks Challenge due to take place over the weekend of 8 June 2013.

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Wrexham Solicitor in Golf Union of Wales double appointments honour

A Partner of one of the largest law firms in North Wales and Shropshire has been appointed Senior Ladies International Team Captain and Chair of the Selectors of the Senior Team by the Golf Union of Wales.

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Q&A - Could I be forced to sell our home to pay my husband's care fees?

Q: My husband has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's and has become unpredictable and at times aggressive. Doctors have been unable to balance his medication to prevent his irrational behaviour and have advised me to consider moving him into a residential home. As he doesn't need nursing care I am concerned I might be forced to sell our home to pay for his care. Could this happen? And can I safeguard any of our savings?

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New Duty Solicitor for Magistrates Courts

An Oswestry woman, who qualified as a Criminal Lawyer in June 2012 after studying part-time for six years whilst bringing up her young son and carrying on a career as a Police Station Representative, has now qualified as a Magistrates Court Duty Solicitor.

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Q&A - How can I stop new landlord charging me for pre-existing damage?

Q: I am about to move into a rented house, but I am worried about being charged for things that were broken prior to me moving in. When I viewed the property there was a cracked window in the kitchen and the lock on the bathroom door was broken. I know they are only little things but I was told by the managing agent that the landlord has promised to fix them, and yet when I drove past the property a few days ago I could see that the window was still cracked. Now I am worried he may not have fixed the door lock either, and worse doesn't intend to. What should I do?

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