GHP Insights

News, Q&As and Press Releases From Our Team

Trainee Solicitors who met at same law school qualify as solicitors in the same law firm.

Harriet Roberts and Ruby Williams both studied for the Graduate Diploma of Law and Legal Practice Course at the University of Law’s Christleton campus in Chester, before joining leading North Wales law firm GHP Legal in 2021

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Law firm confirms sponsorship support for COBRA community rugby club

A North Wales and Shropshire law firm with a long history of supporting local sports and sporting teams has confirmed its sponsorship of COBRA (Caereinion Old Boys Rugby Association) for the next twelve months.

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Gwilym Caesar Hughes

It is with great sadness and much fondness that the Partners of GHP Legal announce the death of one of their founding partners, Mr Gwilym Caesar Hughes, on Friday, October 6th 2023.

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New Team Member Announcement, Clare Lewis

New team member announced for leading law firm’s busy residential property department. Meet Clare Lewis.

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New Partner announced at leading Wrexham law firm

GHP Legal, which ranks among the country’s top law firms in the Legal 500 index, announced the appointment of Ulia Choudhry as a Partner in May 2023. Ulia started working as a Solicitor in the firm’s Private Client department in August 2018.

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Q&A How to sell off part of your business

Selling off a portion of your business premises could be a good way to release some of your assets if you are struggling, enabling you to retain enough of the property to still run your business whilst having the potential for further disposal or rental income in the future...

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Did you know if your tenant dies, you may not be able to automatically repossess your property?

Many landlords are under the impression that if a property is rented to a sole tenant, they can automatically repossess the property if that tenant dies. This is, however, not the case if the tenant dies without leaving a Will, or with a Will but without an Executor.

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Young solicitor is awarded second Law Society Accreditation

A member of one of the region’s largest family law teams has been awarded The Law Society Children Law Accreditation.

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Higher than usual increase to statutory limit on tribunal awards

Employers should be aware that due to a rise in the Retail Prices Index (RPI) the increase to the statutory limit on certain employment tribunal awards is higher than usual this year.

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Q&A Can my employee insist on working from home?

One of our employees has requested to work permanently from home, as he did during lockdown when we temporarily closed our offices to prevent the spread of covid. I am not happy to agree as I believe he will get distracted by his wife and young children when he should be working. Would there be legal implications if I turned down his request?

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