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COVID-19 and Watsons Solicitors response

Monday, March 23, 2020

In line with the current guidance of the government, we are taking the responsibility of the health and wellbeing of our clients and staff seriously.


We have therefore put in place our contingency plan for remote working. This involves all of our staff working remotely and the closure of our Bold Street premises.



Monday, March 16, 2020

The health and safety of our staff, clients and people that we do business with is very important to us.


Watsons Solicitors, like all businesses, are aware the World Health Organisation has declared the spread of the virus is a pandemic.


Dealing with mental health issues in the workplace

Friday, March 13, 2020

Dealing with and supporting those experiencing mental health difficulties in the workplace is something employers should take seriously.


Research has revealed that one in four people will experience mental health problems every year so employers should be alert to this and create working environments where employees can talk openly about mental health and wellbeing.


Trusted conveyancing solicitor can take the hassle out of remortgaging for landlords

Wednesday, March 4, 2020

With a third of landlords across the UK expected to remortgage over the next year, a leading Warrington law firm has advised property owners to make sure they use a solicitor they trust.


More than 60 per cent of landlords who choose to remortgage in the next 12 months are likely to use a mortgage broker or intermediary and ensuring that the right support has been enlisted is vital.


It is thought that 35 per cent of landlords with four properties are likely to remortgage compared to 19 per cent of those with between one and three.


Pupils’ kit tops the table after netting partnership with Watsons Solicitors

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

A Warrington law firm has strengthened its community links by sponsoring a primary school football team.


Youngsters turning out to represent Bewsey Lodge Primary School’s football team will wear strips bearing the Watsons Solicitors logo after the business offered its support.


New legal right to paid parental bereavement leave

Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Expert commentary by Cheshire employment law expert Latham Parry.

From April 2020 working parents who suffer the death of a child under the age of 18 years are set to be entitled to two weeks’ paid bereavement leave.

The UK Government has said that this will be the most generous offer on parental bereavement pay and leave anywhere in the world. (more…)

Warrington law firm scores new sponsorship 

Friday, January 24, 2020

A Warrington-based firm of solicitors has thrown its support behind the town’s learning disability Rugby League (LDRL) team.


The move by Watsons Solicitors strengthens the law firm’s partnership with the Warrington Wolves Charitable Foundation, which works with the LDRL club. The Watsons Solicitors logo will adorn the team’s jerseys throughout 2020. (more…)

Veganism tribunal decision should increase employer awareness

Thursday, January 9, 2020

A tribunal decision that ethical veganism can be recognised as a philosophical belief has marked an interesting start to the New Year.

A Judge sitting at the Norwich Employment Tribunal ruled that ethical veganism is a philosophical belief protected by discrimination legislation. (more…)

Warrington solicitors smash fundraising target during annual Will Week event

Monday, January 6, 2020

Warrington-based Watsons Solicitors has doubled its previous fundraising record during its annual drive to encourage people to write a will.

As part of its yearly Will Week event, Watsons are on course to generate almost £4,000 in donations to the Warrington Wolves Charitable Foundation. (more…)

Organisers hope to go one better as business awards to return for 2020

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

An awards event celebrating the best of business across Warrington is to return in 2020.

The fourth biennial Warrington Business Awards will take place next year to toast the great and the good of the area’s business community. (more…)

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