Wake Smith Solicitors appoint two new directors

Wake Smith Solicitors 23 November 2021
Wake Smith Solicitors appoint two new directors

Wake Smith Solicitors has appointed Colleen Dooney and Kelly Pashley-Handford to director level.


Wake Smith paralegal qualifies as chartered legal executive

Jennifer Robinson Jennifer Robinson 22 October 2021
Wake Smith paralegal qualifies as chartered legal executive

Wake Smith Solicitors’ approach to training and development has successfully steered Private Client paralegal Jennifer Robinson to successfully qualifying as a chartered legal executive.


Exclusive Sheffield Museums events for Wake Smith clients

Suzanne Porter Suzanne Porter 21 October 2021
Exclusive Sheffield Museums events for Wake Smith clients

Wake Smith Solicitors' fourth year of championing Sheffield Museums’ legacy programme has been launched with a series of exclusive online and in-person events.


Nine practice areas recommended in The Legal 500

Wake Smith Solicitors 05 October 2021
Nine practice areas recommended in The Legal 500

We have achieved recommended rankings in nine practice areas according to one of the UK’s leading legal directories, The Legal 500.


Why choose Wake Smith Solicitors to assist you on Wills and LPA?

Jennifer Robinson Jennifer Robinson 18 June 2021
Why choose Wake Smith Solicitors to assist you on Wills and LPA?

Sensible planning for the future through professional advice means you can have peace of mind should the worst happen.


Rule changes to Trusts means essential registration for many

Rule changes to Trusts means essential registration for many

New rules are coming into force to extend the obligation to register all UK express Trusts and some non-UK Trusts with the HMRC Trust Register Service (TRS)


It’s the season of new beginning, but are your affairs in order?

Jennifer Robinson Jennifer Robinson 31 March 2021
It’s the season of new beginning, but are your affairs in order?

Spring is seen as the season of new beginnings, and is a great time to ensure your affairs are in order, including making a new Will and/or Lasting Power of Attorney, or reviewing an existing one that you may have made some time ago.


Digital assets and your Will

Wake Smith Solicitors 11 January 2021
Digital assets and your Will

Have you included your ‘digital assets’ in your Will? A survey commissioned by The Law Society has found 93% of those people who have a Will, have not made any reference to their digital assets such as email…


The downsides of a mirror Will – extended families and inheritance

Jennifer Robinson Jennifer Robinson 10 December 2020
The downsides of a mirror Will – extended families and inheritance

The situation of Roger Jones, as you may have seen in the news recently, is becoming all too common for many families across England and Wales. Jennifer Robinson, paralegal in the private client team at Wake…


Why make a Lasting Power of Attorney during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Jennifer Robinson Jennifer Robinson 16 November 2020
Why make a Lasting Power of Attorney during the COVID-19 pandemic?

A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a legal document which allows someone you appoint, known as an Attorney, to make decisions on your behalf when you are unable to do so. This could be as a result of ill-health,…


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