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13 August 2023
We’re undergoing a period of growth and are looking to employ a Legal Secretary to join our exceptional Child Care Law department.
27 March 2023
Are you looking for the next step in your career?
17 January 2023
Roles available at our Wakefield and Pontefract Offices.
21 December 2022
This month we welcome two new recruits to the team.
8 September 2022
We have vacancies for Childcare and Family Solicitors at our respected West Yorkshire Law Firm.
9 June 2022
Could you be our new Childcare Solicitor?
9 February 2022
This month we opened our doors at a central location on Barnsley Road in the West Yorkshire town of Hemsworth.
12 March 2021
Could you be the newest addition to our growing team?
10 February 2021
Lockdown presents new and unique challenges for all parents, and perhaps none more so than those who are separated. The restrictions placed on person-to-person interaction can seem complicated, and the interpretation of them can lead to increased friction with regards to contact arrangements.
27 February 2019
Placement Order Applications - Judge rules on obligations to contact and assess wider family
11 August 2016
Mental health is not a new thing, but it is still seen as a taboo thing - Why? Perhaps because not enough is known about such issues so it is simply brushed under the carpet for someone else to deal with when the times comes. However by then it is often too late.
21 June 2016
JWP Solicitors would like to offer a huge welcome to Michael George who brings a wealth of experience to our Care department team based at our Leeds Office.
27 August 2014
Question:- Are you a grandparent/aunt/uncle/family friend who wants to be considered as a carer for a child/children subject to Care Proceedings? If the answer is yes, you need to contact the Social Worker and ask for an Assessment without delay. That will consist of an initial Viability Assessment to assess your suitability and if positive, will lead on to a more thorough, comprehensive assessment. But what if you are told that it is negative and you will not be considered further, what can you do?
10 December 2013
Having recently attended a Roadshow on the modernisation of the family court it got me thinking about the new changes that have been introduced in care proceedings and how this will affect parents and the child/children involved.
25 October 2013
We now live in a society where access to information is instant, 24 hour TV, online newspapers and Google. Although we can often filter the information that we want to see, there are some items of news that receive so much exposure we can't fail to notice. Once we have noticed the news we can then make our feelings heard via social media; our opinion becomes validated. Now don't get me wrong, I am all for these new exciting times, but we have to be very careful how it affects change, particularly in relation to the law.