One of the area’s leading law firms has appointed a new solicitor to advise private clients in the Chirk and Llangollen area.Read more
Q: My ex-partner and I split up more than a year ago after living together for six years. It was all very amicable and I agreed to move out and let her stay in the house we jointly own, until it was sold. The house went on the market straight away and I went into rented accommodation.Read more
Q&A - Undetected delivery complications caused my sons brain damage. Can I claim compensation for him?
Q: Nearly 3 years ago I was expecting my first child. I went into labour nearly 2 months early and during labour my umbilical cord became wrapped around my baby's neck. This was not picked up quickly enough and the doctor took 30 minutes to unwrap the cord in delivery. As a result of the lack of oxygen my son suffered permanent brain damage and he has now been diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy. However, because he is so young the doctors are not able to tell me how his disability will affect him in the long term. I have been advised that the brain damage could mean he may be autistic too. I am concerned that he will probably need specialist care and support throughout his life. Can I make any claim for my son?Read more
Q: I have heard that the rates of inheritance tax are going to change in the near future and when it happens I will be able to leave up to £1 million to my family tax free. Is this true and if so when is it going to happen?Read more
Q: I am selling a piece of land which has the potential to be developed. Is there any way I can keep a share of that increased value if valuable planning permission is granted in the future?Read more
Q: My grandparents bought a holiday cottage on the coast, where as children we spent every summer. When my grandmother died last year my parents inherited the property, but due to inheritance tax they say they need to sell it. We would very much like the cottage to stay in the family and wonder if there is any way my brother and I could buy part of it to release cash for my parents so that they don’t need to sell?Read more
Q: Two months ago I went back to work after having a baby. My boss was always aware that my mother would be looking after the baby and I would be going back to work full time at the end of my maternity leave because I need the money as we are saving up to buy our own house.Read more