The law might be the same, but do your lawyers have to be?

Meet our team

It is our people, and the way that we service our clients, that set us apart.

Every client an advocate.
That's the Wright Hassall way.

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" ... advises many clients who own businesses or hold senior positions in businesses on diverse matters, such as pre- and post-nuptial agreements and private applications relating to children." Legal 500
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"The team is very approachable and the advice to clients has always been communicated in a clear and understandable manner" Legal 500

We act for national and international companies but it is SMEs and individuals across our region who are the focus of our business.

Case studies

We were instructed to assist an engineering design company in recovering unpaid invoices with a value of £300,000+ from a manufacturer.

The debtor was disputing the invoices and alleging that the client had not provided its services with reasonable skill and care.

In every dispute, our primary objective is to get the best possible settlement as soon as possible. The general rule in litigation is that the loser pays the winners reasonable legal cost

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Meet our team

Philip Harris - Construction Solicitor
Our team of technical experts Philip has 30 years’ experience as a construction solicitor and advises on all aspects of construction law.

Recent articles

December 7th, 2021 Medical Negligence Index - Claims against the NHS explored

The NHS is a much-loved institution of the British public and for good reason. Since its formation in 1948, it has served Brits, keeping them healthy, bringing new lives into the world and supporting those at the end of their lives.

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December 3rd, 2021 Joint and several liability of directors – HMRC’s new powers

Since 22 July 2020 the Finance Act has empowered HMRC to make directors personally liable for the tax debts of a company in liquidation or potential liquidation where they are suspected of abusing the insolvency framework in order to avoid paying taxes.

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December 1st, 2021 Is nesting for us?

The ‘nesting’ divorce trend has recently resurged in popularity. Also sometimes referred to as ‘bird nesting’, this method after divorce or separation enables the child(ren) to remain living in the family home with each parent alternating staying in the property for their agreed part of the co-parenting schedule.

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Legal insight, knowledge and case studies to help our clients with aspects of their life.

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