Q&A - Should I try and stop my violent ex-partner from seeing our children?
Q. My ex was violent towards me during our relationship and I am worried that his vile temper will have an impact upon the children. Should I stop him seeing them?Read more
Q&A - Landlord has given me notice to quit business premises after 15 years. Can he do this?
Q: I run a small café from rented premises and have done so for the last 15 years without any problems. However my landlord now tells me he intends to demolish and redevelop the property and wants me out and has given me notice. Can he do this?Read more
Top tier law firm announces qualification of another trainee
GHP Legal, one of the region’s largest independent law firms, has announced the qualification of another trainee.
A spokesperson for the Legal 500 Top Tier law firm which has offices in Wrexham, Oswestry, Llangollen and Chirk, confirmed that Mari Sherrington qualified as a solicitor on July 1st.Read more
Q&A - As an executor of aunt’s Will can I sign all paperwork if the other executor lives abroad?
Q: My aunt recently passed away. In her Will she appointed my sister and me as her executors. This could be a problem though as my sister has been living in Australia for the past few years. Can you please tell me whether my sister is still required to act as an executor and sign all the paperwork before we can apply for probate? Or can I sign everything without her? Otherwise it is going to be very difficult if she has got to come over from Australia and stay until everything has been dealt with.Read more
Law firm opens dedicated Commercial and Agricultural department
A Legal 500 Top Tier law firm has expanded the corporate division of its business and procured new prestigious office premises in Oswestry.
GHP Legal, which with approaching a hundred staff and five offices is one of the largest independent law firms in the region, purchased the former Co-operative bank premises at 21 The Cross last year.Read more
Q&A - Can developer claw back on restrictive covenant for property I sold years ago?
Q: I purchased one of three adjacent properties 23 years ago. The centre property subsequently suffered severe subsidence and had to be demolished. The developer paid compensation to the owner and offered me and the other property owner the option to each purchase half the land as additional garden. Within the deal was a restrictive covenant providing a claw back clause for the developer in the event that there should be any future construction on the land.Read more
Wrexham solicitor manages half planned charity walk despite feeling under the weather
John Lancaster, a prominent mental health lawyer with leading law firm GHP Legal, had aimed to undertake the walk in 24 hours to raise funds for Age UK Cheshire and Scripture Union on the Isle of Man.Read more
Q&A - Can we get out of contract with developer on grounds of completion delays?
Q: We signed a contract to buy a house being built by a local builder on a single plot of land. We paid a deposit and were told the house would definitely be completed by the end of April 2019. On that basis we put our current house on the market and found a buyer. However, it is now the end of June, the new house is nowhere near completion and our buyer is pulling out because of the delay. We could just move out and rent but, in honesty, we have lost faith in our builder. We have told him we want to pull out but he says we can’t as we have signed a contract.Read more