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
Staff on the front desk were informative and friendly.
Very Professional. We were kept well informed.
First class firm. Staff very good. Stephen Morgan was very very good. In my case everything was first class.
To Keira and the conveyancing team "thanks so much for your efficiency and perseverance in our sale and purchase. We are so happy to have moved and I'm not sure it would have happened without you!"
Of Charis Cossins, conveyancer in the Property Department "Thank you again for all your help & quick responses during this sale. As I said on the phone, I've never had such a good conveyancer and your service was excellent."
"Thank you again so much for everything. The process has been really easy thanks to your help! We are thrilled that we now own our first home!"
I found Jordans staff to be very helpful and everything was dealt with promptly.
First class service. Lisa McGirr, brilliant!
We are returning customers who were extremely satisfied with the service we received on the first occasion, therefore it was an easy decision to approach you again. We were definitely not disappointed, as the outcome was exactly what we wanted.
Keira and her team provided faultless service.
We are currently looking for an experienced childcare solicitor to join our family team in Wakefield. The Role: Childcare role that will see you dealing with publicly funded work, running a publicly funded childcare caseload from initial instruction through to completion. Representing clients at court. The Candidate: Candidates with at least 3 years PQE in...Read More
NSPCC Cymru has called for mandatory on line safety lessons in Welsh schools to teach pupils about the dangers of social media and on line grooming. This has come after the publication of statistics obtained by the NSPCC under the Freedom of Information rules relating to the number of reported crimes involving on line grooming. Dyfed-Powys...Read More
Pensions can be substantial assets of a marriage and often the crucial element of financial negotiations; however exactly what happens to a pension can vary depending on a number of factors. It is unsurprising then, that many people are unsure as to whether their pension would be affected on a divorce, and if so, by...Read More
To put it simply, when someone causes damage or harm, the injured party (known as the ‘claimant’) has the right to file a court claim against them (the ‘defendant’) for compensation. Whether you are the claimant or the defendant to a court claim you should hire a Wakefield-based commercial litigation solicitor to handle the legal...Read More
Philip Temple aged 66 pleaded guilty to abusing 12 boys and 1 girl whilst working as a Social Worker and a Catholic Priest in London in the 1970 and 1980’s. Temple worked as a Social Worker in Lambeth and Wandsworth Councils between 1971 and 1977. He abused the children in Care Homes in South London....Read More
Mortgage offers for conveyancing property purchases When buying with a mortgage the lender will usually request Jordans Solicitors to act on their behalf as well. The intention behind this is request is that the lender and the buyer’s interests are usually the same – to ensure the property is being bought with good title and it...Read More
Hiring a Wakefield-based employment solicitor is not an indication that your business has done something wrong: even the most conscientious of employers often require legal expertise. With the law changing on a day-to-day basis, certain aspects of it are not only extremely confusing if you are not a qualified lawyer, but they also have the...Read More
Briefly defined as the process of transferring a property from one owner to another, conveyancing is often daunting for Wakefield-based homeowners simply wanting to move into their new house or apartment. As understanding what it involves lessens the likelihood of any surprises cropping up along the way, today the residential conveyancer team here at Jordans...Read More
The Home Secretary Amber Rudd has announced that Professor Alexis Jay is the new Chairwoman of the Inquiry into sex abuse in England and Wales. Professor Jay led the abuse inquiry into the Rotherham abuse. She had previously been on the panel of advisers taking part in the investigation into claims made against public and...Read More
Robert Brown, Ex Manager of the Nuneaton Manor Court Road Children’s Home has been jailed for 9 years for physical and sexual abuse against young boys in his care. Robert Brown aged 69 from Norfolk was found guilty of 17 counts at the Warwick Crown Court. He was convicted of 14 counts of indecent assault on a...Read More