GHP Insights

News, Q&As and Press Releases From Our Team

Two new paralegals recruited by busy law firm

Leading North Wales and Shropshire law firm, GHP Legal, has appointed two new paralegals to support teams at its Wrexham head office.

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Popular Wrexham solicitor joins busy property team at GHP Legal

A Wrexham solicitor who first worked in the area more than thirty years ago has joined the busy residential conveyancing team at GHP Legal.

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County lawyer who predicted spike in care proceedings cases welcomes launch of family courts review

The head of one of the region’s largest family law teams who warned in June 2020 of a spike in cases relating to care proceedings, has said this month’s launch of a review to examine how parental access decisions are made could not have come at a more appropriate time.

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Leading law firm appoints new Head of Corporate Law

Following a consistent upsurge in new instructions over the past few months, leading independent law firm, GHP Legal, has announced the appointment of Ron Carter as new Head of Corporate Law, together with an expansion of its Corporate and Commercial department.

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Childcare lawyer praises Welsh Government support package that could facilitate the first Family Drug and Alcohol Court in Wales

The Welsh Government’s announcement of a £12.5m package to support a range of services aimed to help vulnerable children and their families whose lives have been affected by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has been applauded by one of the region’s leading Childcare Solicitors.

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Oswestry solicitor retires after notable career spanning almost fifty years

An Oswestry solicitor who, in the 1990’s, acted for the inhabitants of the South Atlantic island of St Helena and its subsidiary territory islands of Tristan da Cunha and Ascension Island in helping them to recover their full British Citizenship, has announced his retirement from the legal profession.

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Local Authorities and Care Homes must ensure vulnerable residents are not forgotten about during COVID-19 pandemic.

The head of Public Authority Law at one of the top 500 law firms in the country has issued a reminder to Local Authorities and Care Homes that they need to put specific plans in place to ensure the most vulnerable members of society are properly protected during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Wrexham woman fulfills schoolgirl dream to train as a solicitor

A Wrexham woman has returned to the law firm where she did work experience as a seventeen-year old schoolgirl, to begin a training contract that will see her qualify as a solicitor in two years’ time.

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As COVID-19 lockdown restrictions ease solicitor warns of potential road accidents

After reporting a significant fall in the number of injury claims arising from road traffic accidents following the COVID-19 lockdown, a solicitor with one of the region’s largest independent law firms warns that road users should take extra caution and drive safely as lockdown restrictions ease.

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Property lawyer working both sides of the border calls for equality of COVID-19 property tax cuts in England and Wales

The Head of Property at one of the region’s leading law firms has welcomed the Chancellor’s announcement of a temporary COVID-19 suspension of the Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) payable on all residential property purchases up to £500,000 in England, but warns that the Welsh government needs to follow suit.

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