Easter Opening Hours

Easter Opening Hours

The WSP offices will be closed from 5pm today, re-opening at 9am on Tuesday 23rd April.Wishing all clients and friends of the firm a Happy Easter and enjoyable long weekend!

Business Terms and Conditions

Shelley Bonney, Commercial Solicitor at WSP Solicitors

Part 4 of the ‘Starting a Business’ series Once you’ve sought to regulate your relationships with your business partners, you need to think about doing the same with your customers. It is commercially prudent to have a clear set of terms upon which you are prepared to do business and on which you can rely. […]

Pay As You Go Scheme (PAYG)

Kristie Rhodes Family Solicitor Gloucester

Clients can now instruct a Family Solicitor on a Pay As You Go basis for children disputes WSP’s Family Department understand that it is not financially possible for all clients who seek our advice to instruct us on a full representation basis. Often, those clients are in the midst of an ongoing dispute with an […]

Tapas Tuesday – next event 14th May 2019

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 […]

What does International Women’s Day mean to us as lawyers?

International Women’s Day International Women’s Day (8th March) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity.  Collective action and shared responsibility for driving a gender-balanced world is key. The first International Women’s Day occurred in 1911, supported […]

Refuge from Domestic Abuse

Amie Calder Family Solicitor WSP Stroud

Rock and A Hard Place The Chantry Centre, Lister Hall, Dursley, saw a performance of Rock and a Hard Place on Sunday evening. We took the opportunity to join the audience. Written by Lynn Morris and performed by Journeymen Theatre, the play is a ‘theatre of witness’ on domestic abuse. It is being launched in […]

How Cohabiting Couples can Protect Themselves

Kristie Rhodes Family Solicitor Gloucester

Cohabiting Couples & The Common Law Marriage Myth 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 been steadily decreasing since the 1970s. Cohabiting couples are now the fastest growing family type. There are 3.3m cohabiting couples in […]

Can you claim compensation for accidents caused by potholes?

Lisa Walton Personal Injury Solicitor Stroud

When left unrepaired potholes in roads and pavements can be a hazard to motorists, cyclists and pedestrians alike. These potholes could mean a trip to the garage, or they could mean something a lot more serious. When you are cycling, hitting a pothole can cause serious injury. Equally if you trip on a pothole or […]

Charity of the Year Partnership with Allsorts

Charity of the year. Beth Evans with Georgia Boon from Allsorts

WSP Solicitors has chosen to support Stroud-based charity Allsorts as Charity of the Year. Everyone at WSP was given the chance to nominate a charity for consideration, and Allsorts was selected after an employee vote. Choosing a charity partner is really important to the Firm, not least because of the support given to a great […]

Cheryl Maynard joins the Commercial Property Team

Cheryl Maynard

Cheryl Maynard WSP welcomes the arrival of Cheryl Maynard to the Stroud office. Cheryl joins the firm as a commercial property solicitor, and will be working alongside Nigel Sherwood, Amy Leivers, and namesake Cheryl Leigh. Cheryl’s career in commercial property so far has spanned 20 years. She trained at a major commercial practice in Bristol […]