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FDR Law Welcome to FDR Law, where we offer refreshingly personal legal advice to make a difference to the lives and businesses of our clients. We'll only use this information to handle your enquiry and we won't share it with any third parties. Financial Dispute Resolution (FDR) Hearing - make the best use of your time For those going through a Financial Remedy Application the Financial Dispute Resolution (FDR) hearing represents the middle point of the case.

By the Financial Dispute. FDR Law is continuing to encourage remote meetings but we do acknowledge that sometimes this is not possible. The health and welfare of colleagues, .

read more › The history of Forshaws Davies Ridgway can be traced back to around 1750 meaning that the firm has been established for over 250 years in the legal sector. Forshaws was founded in 1902 by William Joseph Forshaw and his son William Thomas Forshaws at an office in Suez Street, Warrington. Having first joined a law firm in 1878 as accountant, William Joseph Forshaw would go on to become an influential individual in the Warrington area and became Mayor of Warrington in 1908. Over the past 130 years Forshaws has undergone a number of mergers and acquisitions which have involved partners and staff from most of the other practices in the area.

read more › FDR Foundation is a charity located in Warrington with the aim to provide financial support to the families of children in need in Cheshire, by reason of ill health, disability, financial hardship or another disadvantage. Help fundraise for the FDR Foundation by participating in an event, set up a fundraising campaign, make a donation, corporate support. FDR Foundation will review and respond to each and every application received. All applications will be initially acknowledged and will be carefully considered.

read more › If you need the help of professional, friendly solicitors to deliver first class, legal advice, then look no further than FDR Law. We offer a complete package of services to help you at every stage in your life. Led by hands-on, highly experienced partners, we take the time and trouble to get to know you, so we can give you the very best, bespoke, jargon-free advice. Surpassing client expectation is our top priority and this drives our whole approach - modern, forward-thinking, knowledgeable and results-driven.

read more › Maybe you want to safeguard your assets before marriage with a pre-nuptial agreement or start divorce proceedings. Or perhaps you need expert assistance with an adoption order or someone to help you challenge a child maintenance order. However family life is impacting on you at the moment, we offer you friendly, supportive advice to help you achieve the very best possible outcome for you and your loved ones. Financial Dispute Resolution (FDR) Hearing - make the best use of your time For those going through a Financial Remedy Application the Financial Dispute Resolution (FDR) hearing represents the middle point of the case.

read more › Our sensitive Wills, Trust and Probate solicitors offer a comprehensive range of services to help you and your relatives protect and distribute assets after death and also cope with the legalities of mental health issues. Whether you want to make a Will, establish Lasting Power of Attorney or find the most tax-efficient way to protect your cash and property, we can give you confidential, expert advice and help put your mind at rest. Our sympathetic, supportive approach is much valued by our clients who appreciate the extra care we offer in difficult circumstances.

read more › We understand these types of disputes can be emotional and involve sensitive issues. We will handle your case with care and understanding, delivering calm, professional advice on bringing or defending a claim. Our knowledge and expertise enables us to offer a wide range of services within this specialist area of law. We regularly act for clients who wish to challenge the validity of a Will or trust due to issues such as mental incapacity, undue influence or fraud. Our specialist team also helps people who believe they have been unfairly omitted from a Will or disadvantaged because there is no Will.

read more › When life doesn't work out as you expect and you think someone else is to blame or being unfair, we can help you resolve matters and achieve a fair settlement. You may want to dispute a relative's will, challenge neighbours over a boundary or you've suffered injury as a result of someone else's negligence. Whatever your grievance, we can give you a fair evaluation of your situation and where appropriate, seek proper redress on your behalf. Some disputes can be settled more amicably and cheaply by entering into the formal process of Mediation.

read more › If you get accused of a crime, you need to act quickly, especially if you find yourself in a police cell. Even if it's just a motoring offence, it would be folly not to take the advice of an experienced professional defence solicitor. Never be tempted to accept a police caution as a way of cutting short an unpleasant experience, always take expert legal advice. Unwittingly, you may accept liability for something that later comes back to haunt you - such as when you apply for a job or a criminal records check certificate.

read more › We all expect to receive the best medical care from health professionals who are competent in their fields. Occasionally however the quality of care and treatment falls below acceptable standards. Negligence can occur in a number of ways, from an incorrect or delayed diagnosis to mistakes made during operations. And negligence isn't only limited to doctors. Dentists, cosmetic surgeons, nursing home staff and other healthcare providers should all be expected to perform their duties in a caring and competent manner.

read more › FDR Law understands the importance of good property portfolio management and is proactive in facilitating this from the point of instruction. The team at FDR Law provide strategic advice relevant to our clients' business plans and always take into consideration the commercial implications of every deal made. We always deliver advice with a commercial edge tailored appropriately to your desired results. Aside from offering our expert advice, the team is dedicated to delivering exceptional client service.

read more › At FDR Law our aim is to provide you with proactive advice to you and your business. Our corporate lawyers act for a variety of organisations, companies, businesses, partnerships and sole traders. At FDR Law we understand the importance of good quality pro-active corporate legal advice. Our team provides strategic advice relevant to your business plans and forecasts always taking into consideration the commercial implications to your business of each transaction. We deliver advice with a corporate edge tailored to your requirements.

read more › Disputes are costly and a drain on your business resources; FDR Law's Commercial Litigation solicitors will fight your corner and spot potential problems before they arise. They have a reputation for excellent business and commercial acumen and have a keen appreciation of the commercial risks and realities facing organisations today. We'll help you secure a satisfactory and early resolution to any dispute. In today's fast-paced business environment the complexities of running a business are becoming ever more sophisticated and subject to change.

read more › The statutory obligations on employers and businesses are potentially onerous and highly regulated. At FDR Law you will find a specialist Employment Team which advises businesses on all aspects of Employment Law. This helps relieve your burden of compliance so you can focus on what you do best - running your business - saving valuable management time and expense. We can help you through the complex employment law issues that lie at the core of every business. Whether you are an owner, manager, HR professional, in-house lawyer or employee we can offer you cost effective, tailor made solutions to every employment law question.

read more › The profession of a Notary Public is different from that of a solicitor, although most of the Notaries in England and Wales are also solicitors. Most (but not all) of the functions of a Notary relate to personal or business transactions with a foreign element. Most Notaries therefore undertake work for commercial organisations and individuals engaged in international business. Preparing and witnessing Powers of Attorney for use overseas to facilitate the purchase or sale of land and property abroad or to enable litigation to be prosecuted or defended in foreign jurisdiction.

read more › Forshaws Davies Ridgway LLP is a limited liability partnership, registered in England and Wales with registration number OC310548. It is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority of England and Wales under registration number 408929. A list of members of Forshaws Davies Ridgway LLP (who are referred to as partners), together with those non-members who are designated as partners and their professional qualifications is open to inspection at its registered office, 1-5 Palmyra Square South, Warrington, Cheshire, WA1 1BZ, United Kingdom.

read more › FDR Foundation delighted to be able to support Cheshire based NeuroMuscular Centre Yesterday marked the first session for the NeuroMuscular Centre's (NMC) Bushcraft season. This is part of a wider programme of support and events that NMC. Easter related fund-raising activity allows the FDR Foundation to donate Easter Eggs to the children's ward at Warrington Hospital In the run up to Easter, staff, visitors and clients at FDR Law have all been invited to take part in a 'Guess. The latest FDR Foundation award provided funding for 30 children and their families to attend the Big Top Circus in Warrington.

read more › On instruction you will be allocated a dedicated fee-earner and we will advise you of their contact details and those of the rest of their team so you know exactly who is working on your matter for you and who you can contact with any queries. The precise stages involved in the sale of a residential property vary according to the circumstances. Obtain preliminary redemption figures for any charges/mortgages registered against the property. Agree completion date (date from which the buyer will own the property and you must move out by).

read more › These costs apply where your claim is in relation to an unpaid invoice which is not disputed and enforcement action is not needed. If the other party disputes your claim at any point, we will discuss any further work required and provide you with revised advice about costs if necessary, which could be on a fixed fee (e.g. if a one off letter is required), or an hourly rate if more extensive work is needed. The VAT element of our fee cannot be reclaimed from your debtor if you are VAT registered but should be set off in your VAT return.

read more › Jane Courtney, an Associate in the Commercial Department at FDR Law, with 10 years post-qualification experience, will work on your matter. It is not possible to provide a fixed fee for dealing with such applications given that they can be of varying complexity. Simple application: 650-850 plus 20% VAT of 130-160 (based upon 3-4 hours at an hourly rate of 205). Medium complexity: 1,000-1,300 plus 20% VAT of 200 to 260 (based upon 5-6 hours at an hourly rate of 205). High complexity: 1,500 upwards plus 20% VAT of 300 upwards(based upon 7 hours or more at an hourly rate of 205).

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