Latest News From Wilkes

Apprentice Of The Year Nominee Talks About Her Journey So Far (Wednesday, 17 October, 2018) -   The last four years have been an absolute rollercoaster. Moving on from my legal secretary role at The Wilkes Partnership, I started my legal apprenticeship with the firm and now, three years later, I have been nominated for the …
The Wilkes Partnership, Employment Law Birmingham Solihull Pam Sidhu Government Decides Caste Discrimination Not A Part Of Discrimination Law (Thursday, 4 October, 2018) -   In March last year, the Government launched a consultation on “Caste in Great Britain and Equality Law” to obtain the views of the public on how best to ensure that appropriate and proportionate legal protection exists for victims of …
Write A Will Or Say A Little Prayer (Tuesday, 18 September, 2018) - It has been reported that the late Aretha Franklin has died intestate, that is without leaving a will.  With a reputed estate of US $60m it is almost inevitable that those in her family who do not inherit under the …
The Wilkes Partnership, NQ Solicitors, Trainee Solicitors, Training Contracts, Birmingham, Solihull Former Trainees Qualify Into NQ Positions at Wilkes (Monday, 17 September, 2018) - Wilkes are delighted to announce that Abi Evans and Jack Ackrill have taken up new roles as Assistant Solicitors, having successfully completed their training contracts. Abi and Jack join Nicola Pitt as newly qualified Assistant Solicitors with Nicola having qualified …
Katie Briggs, Property Litigation, The Wilkes Partnership Solicitors, Birmingham, Solihull Dealing With Long Leaseholds As An Executor (Monday, 17 September, 2018) - Katie Briggs, Assistant Solicitor in the Property Litigation team at The Wilkes Partnership provides her analysis on the role of an executor dealing with long leasehold properties and how to ensure matters are kept simple and straightforward. Executors in distributing …