Walker Foster is a long established and respected general practice law firm founded in 1919, serving the Aire Valley and beyond with offices in Skipton, Barnoldswick, Silsden, Settle and Ilkley.
Our vision is to always be the first choice for local legal expertise.
Polite and approachable. Nothing too much trouble and was very reliable and clear. Very pleasant to talk to.
Private Client, Settle - Re: Mark Cannon - Private Client Solicitor
Rachel was very kind and understanding at the time when my brothers and I were grieving the loss of our mother. She made the process as easy as possible.
Private Client, Ilkley - Re: Rachel Hanson - Private Client Associate
I found Mr Lithwaite kind and sympathetic in regards to my situation. He was helpful, informative, efficient and a pleasure to deal with.
Sharon Thompson - Re: Darren Linthwaite - Private Client Solicitor
Julie has been fantastic! We cannot thank her enough for all her help. Walker Foster have been amazing. We shall certainly be using them again in the future.
K. Lund & L. Copping - Re: Julie Smith - Director, Barnoldswick & Conveyancing Executive
Risks of challenging a will
A recent newspaper court report described a case that is a powerful reminder of the risks involved in challenging a will and the dramatic consequences for a losing party. An adult daughter challenged the validity of her late father’s will, …
Government announces new ‘relaxed’ planning rules to come into effect
The government has announced new rules regarding ‘relaxed’ planning in a bid to help revitalise town centres. Coming into force in September, according to a statement on the new rules, full planning applications will not be required to demolish and …
Convenience stores & corner shops could provide opportunities for property lenders
Following on from the effects of lockdown due to the Cornovirus pandemic, research has identified opportunities for property lenders with supermarkets, convenience stores and corner shops. While non-essential shops were forced to close, supermarkets, convenience stores and corner shops were …
Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme update – Looking towards October
This month has seen the first flexibility being introduced to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. It means that employees can now do a combination of furloughed time and working time, the idea being that this will help businesses resource their …