Contact with your Children over the Holidays

How to retain contact with your children over the holidays

How to retain contact with your children over the holidays The school summer holidays are fast approaching, and whilst most people look forward to summer holidays and spending family time together, this can be a difficult time for some parents. According to Gingerbread, September 2018, there are around two million single parents in the UK, […]

Sponsoring the Gloucester Tall Ships and Adventure Festival

WSP on board to bring Gloucester’s award-winning flagship festival back to the city WSP Solicitors is proudly supporting the Gloucester Tall Ships and Adventure Festival which returns to the city on the May bank holiday weekend. Organisers are expecting up to 200,000 visitors at the award-winning event taking place between May 25th and May 27th […]

Staying safe with a Powered Wheelchair or Mobility Scooter

Lisa Walton Personal Injury Solicitor Stroud

Powered Wheelchairs and Scooters The use of mobility scooters has increased in recent years, and so indeed has the problem of incidents involving one. Here are a few facts you might not know, and how to keep safe when using one. Did you know there are 3 classes of wheelchair? The manual wheelchair that is […]

Nailsworth Festival

Seb Choudhury in conversation

WSP sponsor local Nailsworth Festival The Nailsworth Festival aims, for one week of the year, to bring something a little different to the cultural life of our community, providing something for everyone. In 2019, it will take place from 18th May to 26th May. As ever, the Festival will kick off on Saturday with entertainment and […]

No-fault divorces are to be introduced into law

Family Solicitors - WSP Solicitors

New legislation coming in to introduce no-fault divorces As members of Resolution, WSP Solicitors’ Family Team have welcomed the recent news that there is to be new legislation to overhaul the archaic divorce law. The legislation will be introduced as soon as parliamentary time is available. The move towards a no fault divorce means that […]

Pencils at the ready…

Charity quiz night

WSP Solicitors and Randall & Payne present their Annual Charity Quiz Night We are pleased to announce that this year’s annual charity quiz night, will take place on Thursday 4th July 2019. Join us from 7pm at Marling School, Stroud, for a great evening of quizzing, co-hosted by WSP Solicitors and Randall & Payne. This […]

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 […]

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 […]