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Team boost for Wake Smith

Team boost for Wake Smith

Wake Smith Solicitors has made five new appointments to boost its growing team in its new Sheffield city centre headquarters. Solicitor Scott Haslam joins the legal firm's personal injury and clinical negligence…

Divorce Tourism

Divorce Tourism

We have all heard of “health tourists” but what about “divorce tourists”? This may be a lesser known phenomenon in the North of the country but in London it is very much an accepted condition. It was only in 2012…

Personal Injury Myths and Legends

Personal Injury Myths and Legends

If you suffer an injury through no fault of your own, you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation. If your injuries are serious or have a major impact on your income, your ability to work or the quality…

Infamous criminal trial documents donated to archives

Infamous criminal trial documents donated to archives

COURT documents from the 1870s relating to the trial of infamous Sheffield burglar and murderer Charles Peace have been donated to Sheffield Archives by Wake Smith Solicitors. The city-based solicitors handed over…

Stamp duty changes

Stamp duty changes

Many of the Chancellor's spring budget announcements came as no big surprise, but there were exceptions which include the much discussed sugar levy, but another announcement – the changes to non-residential Stamp…

Artist commissioned for boardroom

Artist commissioned for boardroom

Sheffield based contemporary artist Paul Evans has been commissioned by Wake Smith Solicitors to produce a painting for the new boardroom as part of Year of Making Sheffield 2016. The solicitors, who relocated…