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Wrigley Claydon acts for large Blue Chip and National Companies in addition to Government Agencies and Charities. We also recognise today’s budding Entrepreneurs are tomorrow’s industry leaders, so let us help you set up your business. Now more than ever it’s important to make sure any business is as efficient as it can be. That’s why we offer a comprehensive ‘Health Check’ to keep you fighting fit.Find out more
The experienced property team at Wrigley Claydon provide a gold standard service to our clients buying both commercial or residential property. In legal terms ‘conveyancing’ is the transfer of legal title of property from one person to another or the granting of mortgage. At our Todmorden office we also operate a one stop full Estate Agency service. Wrigley Claydon makes the process as streamlined and stress free as possible.Find out more
In simple terms ‘Litigation’ is a legal process of used to resolve disputes between parties. - The person who brings the -claim is called – the “Claimant” and the one against whom the Claim is brought is called the ”Defendant”. We can also help you recover debt and offer a transparent percentage price.
When deciding to instruct a personal injury solicitor, it really is important to ensure that you have absolute trust and confidence in their professional ability. Wrigley Claydon is highly experienced in this area and has won millions of pounds for thousands of people. We work on a genuine ‘no win, no fee’ basis where you retain 100% of compensation awarded.Find out more
Anything involving the breakdown of a family is distressing. In order to avoid additional difficulties it is important to seek advice from a solicitor as early as possible. We pride ourselves on the ability to deal sympathetically and efficiently with you to achieve the best outcome.
On many occasions urgent action needs to be taken to protect either the parties or their property and we are used to dealing with such issues at short notice. We are also empowered to grant emergency legal aid for those who qualify financially.Find out more
We pride ourselves as a team on providing good, clear and impartial advice in a professional and sympathetic manner during what can be a difficult time.
Writing a Will should not be left to old age; if you want your assets to go to people and/or charities that you want it to then you must make a Will.
“Probate” is the term generally used to mean the administration of someone’s estate after he or she has died and distributing the estate in accordance with the terms of the Will or the laws of intestacy. If someone dies without making a Will, they are said to have died intestate. In this instance, after funeral costs and debts are paid, the law dictates who will receive your estate.
We can also advise on setting up a Trust to protect your assets.Find out more