WSP creates two new Associate Solicitors within the firm

Associate Solicitors Lisa Walton and Kirstie Carr

It is with great pleasure that WSP Solicitors announce the promotion of Kirstie Carr and Lisa Walton, from Solicitor to Associate Solicitor. Kirstie Carr Kirstie Carr qualified as a solicitor in 2004, and joined WSP Solicitors in June 2016. She works within the Private Client team in the Dursley office, advising on Wills, powers of […]

What happens to my Bitcoins when I die?

Carole Haestier Private Client Solicitor

In this digital age, more and more people are purchasing digital assets which often includes virtual currencies like Bitcoin. It is no surprise then that the question, ‘what happens to my Bitcoins when I die?’ arises more and more often. So, how do you go about leaving your digital assets in your Will? How do […]

Governing Documents

Shelley Bonney, Commercial Solicitor at WSP Solicitors

Part of the starting a business series If you decide to change your business structure or take on one or more partners or shareholders then you need a written partnership agreement or a shareholders agreement. These governing documents are set to regulate your relationship with your fellow business partners and help protect you and your business […]

How to choose the right Business Structure

Shelley Bonney, Commercial Solicitor at WSP Solicitors

Part of the starting a business series When starting out in business there are various different ways you can choose to structure your business. The most likely Business Structure that you may opt for is either a sole trader, a partnership or a company. The decision really depends upon your circumstances and what is right […]

How to choose a Business Name

Shelley Bonney, Commercial Solicitor at WSP Solicitors

Part of the starting a business series Choosing the right business name is important, but it is not as easy as it sounds. Here are a few practical and strategic things to consider when making this all important decision. Below we discuss the rules relating to names used by companies and LLPs.   A good […]

How Cohabiting Couples can Protect Themselves

Kristie Rhodes Family Solicitor

Cohabiting Couples & The Common Law Marriage Myth According to various UK polls, Saturday the 18th August is the most popular day in 2018 on which to get married. Resolution, an organisation that campaigns for improvements to the family justice system, reported that the number of couples choosing to tie the knot has in fact […]

Tapas Tuesday

Tapas Tuesday

WSP’s Tapas Tuesday networking events Come along and meet the WSP team and like-minded business professionals from the Gloucestershire area at Tapas Tuesday. Tapas Tuesday is a friendly event where attendees have the opportunity to network informally, listen to a speaker and enjoy some tasty tapas, at Sebz Cafe Tapas Restaurant, Gloucester. Attendance is £9.50 per person to include a […]

WSP Art In The City

WSP Art In The City

WSP Art In The City Saturday 14th July saw the WSP Art In The City live outdoor painting competition, held in the city of Gloucester. This culminated in an awards ceremony held that evening in the grounds of Kings School. The awards and competition are part of SoMAC, a festival which celebrates creativity inspired by […]

What should I do if I have an accident on holiday?

Lisa Walton Personal Injury Claims

Our top tips for what to do if you have an accident on holiday If you are unlucky enough to have an accident on holiday, the last thing on your mind is going to be pursuing a personal injury claim. When we’re enjoying ourselves and relaxing with family and friends either here in the UK […]

How to get divorced – A survivor’s guide

Kristie Rhodes Family Solicitor

How to get divorced Coming to terms with the breakdown of your marriage can be upsetting, emotional and stressful. Separating from your spouse is a very significant life event so when you are ready to commence divorce proceedings we can help to make it as straight forward as possible. Start by reading our survivor’s guide […]