McHale & Co. Solicitors Blog

One of the more frequent questions I receive from clients is about how to access a family member’s money when they are concerned that they no longer have mental capacity. The money is generally required to ensure their relative receives the best car…

In July 2015, I was lucky enough to become an apprentice within the firm, assisting the very experienced David Burke in the conveyancing department. I went to Xaverian College for one year, until realising that I wanted to be part of a practical and …

Categories: General

McHale & Co solicitors of Altrincham, Stretford and Heywood are proud to act for many Polish clients all over Greater Manchester and beyond.

Categories: General, POLSKI

If you receive a notice of intended prosecution for driving offences in the post, relying solely on the good people of the Royal Mail to return the completed document will not always be a guarantee of receipt by the authorities and could result in a …

Categories: General, Motoring Offences

Malcolm Horner, Head of Personal Injury at McHale and Co solicitors, Altrincham, has just been reappointed Fellow of APIL (Association of Personal Injury Solicitors) for the 15th consecutive year. Out of more than 100,000 solicitors, he is one of les…

Categories: General, Personal Injury
Tags: APIL

When renting a property, you sign a contract with your landlord outlining the rights and responsibilities of each party. This can be either written or oral and is known as a tenancy agreement. However, either you or your landlord may wish for the te…

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All landlords hope for a good relationship with their tenants, but for one reason or another, this can't always be possible. You may, therefore, want your tenants to leave your property early. However, to do this you will have to give your tenants th…

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For claims of over £10,000, the fee required will be up to 5% of the value of the claim, subject to a cap at £10,000 payable. There is no fee increase planned for claims under £10,000. This rise is expected to bring in £120 million a year, which the …

Tags: Court Fees
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