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Father’s Rights at work

It’s apparent that an increasing number of fathers and dads-to-be would like to be more proactive in family life and share the caring responsibilities for their children. However, the topics of shared parental leave and flexible working for men have hit the headlines recently and not always for good reason. Significantly, the House of Commons…

Exciting opportunity for a Private Client Solicitor

Hibberts LLP are a long established firm based in Cheshire. Listed in the Legal 500 Hibberts LLP act for a diverse range of clients and are noted for their expertise in agriculture, property, tax and trust work. Hibberts LLP are renowned for the delivery of a personal, professional and practical service. An opportunity has arisen…

Legal Archivist Vacancy – Full Time

A new vacancy has become available for an experienced Archivist to be based initially at our Nantwich office of this prominent North West Firm where client care is of the highest priority. The successful applicant will ideally be able to work with minimum supervision and be very pro-active. This is an administrative role which would…

Legal Secretary Vacancy – Conveyancing Department

We are recruiting for highly motivated legal secretary who would like to join the conveyancing team in our CQS accredited North West Firm where client care is of the highest priority. We are currently recruiting in this area for our Tarporley Office. The successful applicant will ideally be able to work with minimum supervision and…

New partners appointed at Hibberts Solicitors

Cheshire and Shropshire-based law firm Hibberts LLP has made 3 partner level appointments to its leadership team. The promotions now mean women partners make up over 50% of the partnership, reflecting the changing face of the legal profession. Gemma Ambrose, from Haslington, began at Hibberts in 2007 and qualified as a solicitor in 2010 having…

Dressing for the occasion?

The recent rise in temperatures has seen a number of new enquiries regarding dress code and what an employer can and can’t require its’ staff to wear. Yes, employers can implement a Dress Code Policy to inform their employees what they are expected to wear whilst at work. An employer may choose to have such…

Hibberts solicitor helps release woodland over to the community

The transfer of woodlands to the Plantation Wood trustees has been made possible thanks to Hibberts’ solicitor John Gibbons. John undertook the transfer of the title deeds pro bono to help the charity – The Plantation Wood Ellesmere Group. The Plantation is now owned by the community of Ellesmere and managed by the trustees thanks…

Hibberts expands its specialist team of probate solicitors

Hibberts Solicitors has enhanced its’ Private Client and Estates department with the addition of experienced probate solicitor Kelley Underwood. Originally from Sandbach, Kelley studied Law at The University of Manchester before attending Chester College of Law to undertake her professional qualifications. She returned back to her native Cheshire to practice law in an area she…

Recognising Stress at Work

According to the Health and Safety Executive 12.5 working days were lost in 2016/7 due to some 526,000 workers suffering  from work-related stress, depression or anxiety. During National Stress Awareness Month, we offer up advice on how to combat stress from both an employer and employee perspective… Stress at work can be all-pervading, affecting an…

Hibbert’s solicitors talk GDPR at Redshift Radio event

A team of our specialist solicitors represented the firm at Redshift Radio’s annual Spring Community Expo held at Rookery Hall Hotel last week. It was a great networking event which allowed some of the Hibberts team to showcase our legal knowledge and expertise whilst offering advice and guidance to local businesses. We had a stand…