A Wrexham solicitor is to attempt an 85 mile ‘Parish Walk’ in 24 hours later this month, whilst on holiday in the Isle of Man.
John Lancaster, who is a prominent mental health lawyer with leading law firm GHP Legal and a member of the Lawyers’ Christian Fellowship, will set off on the walk at 8am on 22nd June with the aim of raising funds for Age UK Cheshire and Scripture Union on the Isle of Man.Read more
A Legal 500 Top Tier law firm in Oswestry has expanded the corporate division of its business and procured new prestigious office premises in the town.Read more
A local solicitor who specialises in Court of Protection cases concerning the elderly has expressed massive concern about government statistics published by the Ministry of Justice on March 28th that revealed there were 4,557 Deprivation of Liberty (DOL) applications in 2018, a 14% increase compared to 2017.Read more
The busy private client team at the head office of one of the region’s top law firms has welcomed the addition of another full time solicitor.
Welsh-speaking Lowri had previously shared her time between the Wrexham and Oswestry offices after joining the firm in August 2018.Read more
A lawyer who heads up one of the region’s largest family law departments has praised a landmark domestic abuse bill published today by the Government.Read more
A leading North Wales law firm whose specialist lawyers have gained a reputation for upholding the rights of mental health patients across North Wales, Mid Wales, Shropshire and the North-West, has gained victory in a Deprivation of Liberty case brought in the Supreme Court.Read more
A County Court Advocate who dealt with litigation hearings across the North-West and North Wales for ten years has joined one of the area’s largest independent law firms.Read more
Work is now well under way to convert the former Oswestry Co-op bank building on The Cross to prestigious new town centre offices for top tier law firm GHP Legal.Read more
A local Court of Protection Solicitor has praised the BBC Drama programme “Care”, which recently aired on BBC1. The programme highlighted the problems faced by two daughters trying to deal with having to care for their mother, a stroke victim left with physical and severe mental health difficulties.Read more
A member of staff from Nightingale House has visited her former workplace to collect a number of envelopes containing donations from the firm’s clients.Read more