Grainger Appleyard News

Family Solicitors at Grainger Appleyard signed up to Resolution’s Code of Practice

12 Sep 2017

At Grainger Appleyard Solicitors we understand the importance of clear, competent advice delivered in a compassionate manner.  The Solicitors who specialise in family law at Grainger Appleyard Solicitors are members of Resolution and as such are committed to the Resolution Code of Practice...

Thinking about leaving a gift to charity in your Will?

22 Aug 2017

Grainger Appleyard will be participating in the Remember A Charity In Your Will week during the 11th - 17th September 2017.   All week we will be encouraging our clients to consider their favourite charity when thinking about their will. There are many motivations and influences...

Separation Agreements - Binding or Not?

26 Jul 2017

When a marriage comes to an end, some couples decide to go through the Divorce process. When this happens, to record the terms of their financial agreement, that couple has the option of a joint application to the Family Court for a court order encapsulating the terms of their...

Help To Buy ISA

13 Apr 2017

Saving to buy your first home is becoming increasingly difficult having regard to the financial climate we find ourselves in.  If you are currently saving to buy a property with a purchase price under £250,000 (£450,000 in London) and you are a first time buyer, by saving your...

"No comment"

29 Mar 2017

It is surprising how often we are instructed by Defendants after they have been interviewed under caution without legal representation. Usually they explain that they believed it would delay matters if they asked for a solicitor. In fact we have a maximum response time of 45 minutes to any...

Represenation at the Police Station

18 Jan 2017

Won’t getting a Solicitor in the Police Station take too long? We are always being told stories by existing clients and new clients who have been in the Police Station either voluntarily for interview or having been arrested that they chose not to have a Solicitor because “it takes...