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On Wednesday 20th April a team from the Vibration White Finger Professional Negligence department from Jordans Solicitors were out and about in Hemsworth, West Yorkshire leafleting with Wakefield Councillor Sandra Pickin on behalf of Pauline Kitchen. Sandra Pickin has been very supportive in helping Jordans Solicitors spread the word of the potential Vibration White Finger...Read More
Roger Griffiths, a former headmaster at Gatewen Hall School in Wrexham, appeared for sentencing at Caernarfon Crown Court on 19 April 2016 in relation to several charges relating to animal pornography. The appearance comes after Griffiths pleaded guilty to possession of 51 extreme pornographic images in June 2014. He has been sentenced to 9 months’...Read More
We currently have an exciting opening for a Paralegal in our Family Department, public law. Duties will include assisting solicitors with managing cases by the preparation of documents, billing, statements and court bundles, attending clients and court. In order to be considered, the ideal candidate will have a minimum of 12 months experience as a...Read More
Parliament to consider divorce without fault. There is currently only one ground which can be used when petitioning for divorce or the dissolution of a civil partnership, this being “that the marriage has broken down irretrievably”. This ‘irretrievable breakdown’ can be proved by relying on one of five facts. At present however, three of these...Read More
Loft conversions and planning permission We all love our homes, but when you need a little more space a loft conversion is a good option. When carrying out home improvements, you must ensure that you comply with Local Authority Regulations as well as the requirements of your mortgage company. A Loft Conversion is usually considered...Read More
Mediation or Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) has been around for a long time for business to business disputes. The Government is pushing greater use of ADR as a way of solving disputes between traders and consumers. New law has been introduced to promote ADR. In simple terms mediation is a, usually, voluntary process where two...Read More
Monday 11th April was another sad day for the British coal industry, as a landmark next to the A1 in Nottinghamshire was finally dismantled. Harworth colliery, south of Doncaster, was brought down a day later than planned. Hundreds of people went home disappointed on Sunday 10th April when the explosives lined inside the pit head...Read More
by Keira Rawden, Solicitor- Head of Commercial and Property What do sellers have to disclose when selling their house? When selling your house, you will be asked to fill out the Property Information Form and the Fittings and Contents Form. These forms provide information to your buyer about things such as: electrical and boiler inspections;...Read More
From 1 April 2016 the National Living Wage comes into force. All workers aged 25 and over are legally entitled to at least £7.20 per hour. What is the National Living Wage? It is a minimum wage premium which has been added to the National Minimum Wage. The current National Minimum Wage is £6.70. An initial...Read More
A Catholic priest has appeared in court on 15 March 2016 charged with allegations that he sexually abused young boys in the 1970s, during which time he worked at St Joseph’s College, near Wigan. Father Michael Higginbottom, now 73 years old, appeared in Ormskirk Magistrates’ Court to face the allegations, which included 4 charges of...Read More