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.
I will take this opportunity to thank you, sincerely for your help and masses of compassion whilst providing me with reassurance and advice quickly. Jo, my first point of contact was also fantastic, very patient and understanding. So, thank you very much for all your help
Mrs Angela Bougourd - Re: Claire Collinge - Solicitor & Consultant
Bridget has a gift for putting one at ease. She has a gentle sense of humour together with clear delivery and explanation. You are a great team!
Elaine Ackroyd, Skipton Client - Re: Bridget Rosie - Wills and Probate Executive
We like Stuart’s friendly manner and have always been treated with courtesy & efficiency.
Malcolm & Ann Jones, Skipton Client - Re: Stuart Rowland - Director
Lovely friendly service. Easy to get in touch with and speedy. No drama. Thank you Julie.
Rebecca Philip, Barnolsdwick Client - Re: Julie Smith - Director, Barnoldswick & Conveyancing Executive
Development Land: Early Legal Advice is Key
Our Head of Commercial Property Craig Williams spoke on the T&A website to talk of the importance of having correct legal advice when it comes to development land and property. With changes to planning laws, there has never been a …
Wills: Don’t put it off……
We don’t like to think about wills and death, and we don’t like to talk about it to our parents or our children either, but these are conversations that you might need to think about. Bob Marley died in 1981. …
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 …