Solicitors from a leading North Wales law firm will be on hand to answer questions about Wills and Powers of Attorney at a meeting being held in Wrexham next week for older carers.
Q: After leaving school I went to work for the local farrier. Over fifteen years I came up with various ideas to improve the business and when the owner decided to retire he asked me if I wanted to take over. We made a gentleman's agreement on price for equipment, materials and good will, to be paid monthly over a year. I took over the lease on the premises and set up a limited company using the same name as when it was a sole trading company, with his blessing.
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Wendy Marles works part-time in our Wrexham office. A Senior Solicitor, Wendy specialises primarily in Residential Conveyancing, Estate Development, Transfer of Equity, Probate related property sales and other property related matters.
Originally from Cambridge where she went to work for Barclays Bank after leaving school, Wendy studied for her law degree as a mature student.
Wendy began a distance learning degree in Law in 1990 and graduated from Nottingham Trent University Law School in 1994. She later completed her legal training contract with GH&P and was admitted as a Solicitor in 1998, working in the firm's Litigation department. After the birth of her second daughter she moved to Lampkin & Co in Mold where she worked part-time dealing with Personal Injury cases before returning to GH&P to work in the Wrexham Property department in 2004.
Wendy is Sunday Club Leader at St Johns Church, Rhosnesni, and enjoys walking and family outings to the beach when she is not working.