GHP Insights

News, Q&As and Press Releases From Our Team

Personal Injury Lawyer calls for clearer No-Win, No-Fee compensation info

This week the Law Society has launched a six-week campaign to promote the value of getting proper legal advice from a solicitor for personal injury claims, and direct members of the public to advice on how to pursue a claim.

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The head of one of the area's largest Family and Mental Health legal teams has helped to raise more than 700 pound for charity by swapping his city suit for a pair of jeans and picking up a bass guitar.

The head of one of the area's largest Family and Mental Health legal teams has helped to raise more than 700 pound for charity by swapping his city suit for a pair of jeans and picking up a bass guitar.

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Former Chester Councillor joins top Crime team

A former Chester City Councillor who began his legal career as a heavy end Criminal Defence solicitor in south-east London has joined the Criminal Department of one of the area's largest law firms.

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Q&A - What issues do I need to consider if I allow staff to work from home?

Q. I run a successful IT company and many of my employees have made enquiries about working from home.  I have no fundamental issue with this as I feel that for most employees it would be practical. But as an employer, I wonder if there are any particular issues that I should be considering?

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Law firm sponsors Eisteddfod's most prestigious competition

A leading North Wales law firm is continuing its long time support of the Llangollen International Music Eisteddfod by sponsoring the "competition of competitions" at this year's event which takes place 9th-14th July.

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Family lawyer says CSJ report confirms government got it wrong!

A Wrexham based family law and mental health expert has slammed the government after what he believes is further evidence that their abolition of Legal Aid to help parents deal with resident and contact issues will cause serious long term damage to children.

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Family lawyer qualifies as Mediator

A member of one of the area's largest Family Law Teams has qualified as a Solicitor Mediator to help separating couples comply with new legislation that kicked in on April 1st 2013, requiring them to be assessed for the suitability of Mediation to resolve their issues instead of going through the court system.

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Q&A - I moved into husband's house when we married. Should I be put on the title deeds?

Q: When my husband and I got married I moved into his house. Because he bought the property when he was single, only his name appears on the mortgage and deeds. I am concerned that if anything happened to him I might have a problem. Should we get my name put on the deeds?

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Solicitor prepares for Snowdon ascent to help sick children

An Oswestry solicitor who normally works out twice a week in the gym and cycles to keep fit is joining more than a dozen members of her local ladies' fitness club in a six hour walk up Snowdon on June 22nd to raise money for Birmingham Children's Hospital.

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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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