GHP Insights

News, Q&As and Press Releases From Our Team

Wrexham solicitor returns to home town as a Criminal lawyer

A Wrexham woman who juggled university studies with raising a young family has realised her dream of returning to her home town of Wrexham as a Criminal lawyer.

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Workplace harassment cases are most difficult to deal with says local lawyer

In a week when sexual harassment stories are being reported by every media source in the country, a partner at one of the region’s largest law firms says sexual harassment claims can be the most difficult to deal with in the workplace.

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Wrexham solicitor criticises Government over tardy handling of Employment Tribunal fees refunds

A Wrexham employment solicitor has criticised delays by the Government to implement its plans to refund Employment Tribunal fees to those affected by a landmark decision of the Supreme Court.

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Wrexham law firm said to provide very individualized service is ranked in UK top 500.

GHP Legal, which has offices in Wrexham, Llangollen, Chirk and Oswestry is recommended as a Top-Tier Firm in The Legal 500 United Kingdom 2017 listing which was published this month.

 

 

 

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North Wales and Shropshire lawyer is one of first to be appointed to new Mental Capacity panel

A respected North Wales and Shropshire based Mental Health and Mental Capacity lawyer has become one of the first accredited members to be appointed to a new panel developed by the Law Society.

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Vicky Wilson Solicitor and Partner of GHP Legal talking about Free Wills for the month of October

Solicitor and Partner Vicky Wilson of GHP Legal talking on CalonFM with John Peers about Free Wills for the month of October.

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Talking about Lasting Powers of Attorney and more

Vicky Wilson Solicitor & Partner at GHP Legal talking on CalonFM with John Peers about Lasting Powers of Attorney and more...

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Mental Capacity expert warns life support withdrawal ruling will open a can of worms

A leading expert in Mental Capacity law has warned that a landmark ruling this week which removes the requirement for a judge to decide whether nutrition should be withdrawn from patients in a hopeless vegetative state will open a can of worms.

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Judges should not need guidance on contact orders

The head of one of the region’s largest Family law teams has expressed surprise and concern at guidelines published this week for judges involved in child contact cases.

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Wrexham Criminal lawyer gains accreditation to give voice to mental health patients

A Wrexham criminal duty solicitor has trained and qualified to become a member of the Law Society Mental Health Accreditation Scheme in a bid to provide a voice for the increasing number of people with mental health problems who find themselves in the criminal justice system.

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