Article Tag: Law Society

David Daniel celebrates 60 years on the roll!

David Daniel, the ‘Daniel’ of ‘SAS Daniels’, has recently celebrated 60 years on the roll of the Law Society. This is a fantastic achievement for the local solicitor whose grandfather set up the firm Daniels in 1885 practising in Congleton and Macclesfield. The practice of Daniels merged with SAS Lawyers in 2006 to become SAS Daniels…. Read more »

Is litigation becoming more elitist?

The reason I ask the question is because, from April 2015, the court fees payable to start litigation are set to sky rocket. The changes will affect all monetary claims over the small claims track limit (£10,000) meaning that it will cost anyone commencing court action, with the help of a solicitor or not, more… Read more »

New wills and inheritance quality scheme

The call for will writing to be regulated was a result of the growing number of wills badly drafted by solicitors and non-solicitors alike; however, following the disappointing announcement by the government in May this year that will writing will not be regulated, The Law Society has created a new initiative in attempt to deal… Read more »