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Staff long service reinforces 21 years of IIP

Wake Smith celebrates its 21st anniversary of holding the Investors in People (IIP) accreditation this year and is proud to reflect on how many staff have been part of this journey from the very start. Several…

Lexcel

Wake Smith Solicitors hit quality mark

Wake Smith has been recognised for highly-efficient working practices and excellent service to clients. The firm’s Lexcel accreditation has been renewed for the sixth year running by The Law Society, recognising…

City’s museums partnership renewed

City’s museums partnership renewed

Wake Smith has renewed its legacy partnership with Museums Sheffield; the charity that runs the Millennium Gallery, Graves Gallery, and Weston Park Museum.  The Sheffield law firm joined forces with the charity…

Michael Tunbridge Retire

Senior Sheffield solicitor retires after 43 years

One of Sheffield’s most established senior solicitors will retire at Easter, after a rewarding career serving the local community for 43 years. Michael Tunbridge started his legal career in Sheffield in November…

Plans to change decades’ old divorce laws

Plans to change decades’ old divorce laws

Divorcing couples will no longer be forced to play the blame game under legislative reform being proposed by the Government. Justice Secretary David Gauke has said laws for no-fault divorce will be introduced as…