Jordans Solicitors was the first legal practice in the Kirklees area to be awarded the Law Society’s prestigious Lexcel Quality Mark. This practice management standard is only awarded to solicitors who meet the highest management and customer care standards.Learn More
Don’t think you can improve. The service which I got was excellent and Susan Lewis was easy to speak to and very professional.
Good prompt, efficient service received. Harjeet very good.
Researched local solicitors dealing with employment law - after contacting Jordans knew I'd picked the right firm.
I was dealt with sensitively, efficiently and effectively in an unrushed and sedate manner that instils confidence.
I think many organisations could learn from your company on how to deal with people.
I am highly satisfied with the 'professionalism' of Jordans Solicitors and I would use Jordans all the time. Thanks to Jordans life is back on track and me and the children are so happy now.
I was happy to receive a free consultation and brief meeting with Susan Lewis. She was very patient and listened to my case. I was very impressed with her knowledge and attention to detail. Based on this I was confident and happy to give her the business. The letter she wrote was brilliant if words could describe it was a word of art. 10/10. I would recommend Susan Lewis to anyone with a similar problem on contractual disputes.
We received an excellent service, one which I don't think could be improved on in our case.
In light of how well Jordans have performed should I learn of someone requiring help I should recommend Jordans to them.
The overall service I was provided was excellent and I am sure other people would benefit from the same service you provide.
Keep up to date with some of the key employment updates for May 2016 with Jordan’s Solicitors. Law The Immigration Act 2016 comes into force on 12 July 2016. It extends the current criminal offence of knowingly employing an illegal migrant. It now also covers the situation where an employer has a reasonable cause to believe that a...Read More
The Role We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced commercial property solicitor to head up a professional, accredited property team who work on good quality matters. This is an attractive role for an ambitious and experienced commercial property solicitor looking for a step up within a long-established practice. You will be encouraged to run...Read More
Wendy Ward will be showing her work at the Wakefield office of Jordans Solicitors as part of the Wakefield Artwalk on 25 May 2016. Wendy has been painting and drawing for many years and is entirely self-taught. She regularly takes part in exhibitions in Wakefield, Sheffield and Holmfirth. She paints in oils and also does...Read More
Property matters in the Queen’s Speech The Queen’s Speech every year sets out details of new legislation that the government intends to make for the approaching year. Luckily for those of us interested in property, there are no new nasty surprises. There are a few issues that will affect us if they are brought into Law as...Read More
The Executors of the Estate of Lord Granville Janner have set aside £1million of the approximately £2.1million that he left behind following his death. At least 6 of Janner’s victims have made civil claims for compensation against him and the claims will now continue against his estate. It is understood that the amount has been...Read More
Ex NUM President Arthur Scargill has called for a Hillsborough like inquest into the events at the Orgreave coking plant in 1984. This follows an article published by the Yorkshire Post, which states the same senior South Yorkshire Police officers were involved both in the aftermath of Orgreave and the tragic Hillsborough disaster 5 years...Read More
If you are going through a divorce, you might be wondering what factors the courts would consider when deciding how to divide the assets and income of you and your ex-spouse for a fair financial settlement. We appreciate that this can be an uncertain time and our specialist divorce lawyers are able to fully advise you...Read More
We wish to appoint an experienced solicitor (Three years plus PQE) to take on existing caseload of non-contentious private client matters. Based in our Dewsbury office. You will be technically skilled and proactive and will deal with all areas of Wills, Trust and Probate work, particularly Probate and Powers of Attorney/Deputyships. To apply send CV...Read More
Victims who were abused at St Williams Children’s Home in Market Weighton yesterday held a demonstration at the Roman Catholic Church of St John of Beverley. Like St Williams, the church is part of the Diocese of Middlesbrough. Leaflets were distributed which read: “St William’s was opened in about 1960 by the Diocese of Middlesbrough...Read More
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 Kitching. Sandra Pickin has been very supportive in helping Jordans Solicitors spread the word of the potential Vibration White Finger...Read More