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Free Seminar – Planning Your Estate


Following the successes of our previous seminars throughout March, we are delighted to inform you that we are hosting another free seminar, involving the most effective ways to plan your estate. The purpose of this seminar is to educate and inform all that attend of varying methods of dealing with estates quickly and efficiently while […]

Swayne Johnson Solicitors are at the North Wales & Cheshire Business Conference!

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Swayne Johnson Solicitors are attending the North Wales & Cheshire Business Conference & Exhibition within Llanrwst today, on the 23rd of March 2017 and also tomorrow on Friday the 24th of March 2017 – exhibiting our services to well over 300 businesses on both days of this event! The North Wales and Cheshire Business Conference & […]

Swayne Johnson Solicitors Conquer the Llangollen Canal

Swayne Johnson Solicitors North Wales were pleased to take part in the annual Tŷ Gobaith Canal Walk along the Llangollen Canal, and we even crossed the famous Pontcysyllte Aqueduct as part of the experience. The 10-mile walk took us along Chirk Bank, over two aqueducts, through two tunnels and near the Poacher’s Pocket, a total […]

Free Public Talk – Will Wishes for the New Year

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Swayne Johnson Solicitors North Wales are holding a completely free Public Talk which is aimed to educate, inform, and provide you with much needed information about planning for your future. Featuring ways to make the perfect Will, information regarding protecting your home from potential care home fees, as well as much-needed information about the Government’s […]

Divorce Day


Solicitors across the country are expecting to receive a spike in divorce and separation enquiries in the New Year. This may appear to be at odds with the notion that the Christmas and New Year celebrations is a period when we enjoy spending time with our family and loved ones. Unfortunately, the New Year is […]

Money and Welfare – Inextricably Linked


A recent Court of Protection case has emphasised how financial decision making has a direct effect on health and welfare. In this case, when Mrs P lost her mental capacity her solicitor put himself forward to be her financial deputy. He was granted that position and instructed by the Court to find out exactly what […]

Adoption Support


There is no doubt that becoming a parent is rewarding, fulfilling and fun but on occasions it can be tiring and demanding. Adopted children can have additional needs possibly due to their early life experiences and these can influence their behaviour at home or school. A recent report from the NSPCC confirmed that in England […]

Deputy Court Orders


As our elderly population increases, the number of Deputyship Orders or registered Powers of Attorney have also increased. Yet general awareness about these documents and how they work is greatly lacking. This often creates obstacles when the Deputy or Attorney is dealing with health and welfare professionals, as well as banks, pension providers, utility companies […]

“Acting in Good Faith” – What does this mean for Executors?


In a recent case, Court of Appeal Judge, Lord Justice Sales examined what it meant for an Executor to “act in good faith”. Michael and Philip Noble ran a successful family business. Michael died in 2006; his Will appointing as Executors his brother Philip, his widow Gillian and the family accountant John Barnsley. It was […]

A Voice For Animals


The Fourth of October, 2016 is World Animal Day, which has been built this year as a chance to “speak up for those who have no voice”. Around the world, events will be held to promote animal welfare and raise awareness for the protection of animals. Moving closer to home, we are very much a […]

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