Christine White - Re: Simone Robinson
Anna was efficient and explained everything clearly. We wouldn’t hesitate to contact Anna again or recommend her to others.
John & Teresa Gibson - Re: Anna Robinson
I have now twice dealt with Susan in selling a relative’s home and would not hesitate to instruct her again. She is clear, timely, effective, patient and friendly. – I would want nothing more!
Francis Brown - Re: Susan Roberts
At a difficult time for me, Walker Foster were kind and efficient and took all the worry away.
Thelma Waller - Re: Maxine Heppenstall
Excellent service. We felt in good hands right the way through the process – no question too silly to ask. Thank you Simone!
Louise & Sam Parr - Re: Simone Richardson
Sarah is so friendly and helpful. She gives great advice, delivers results and takes the stress away. Thank you!
A. Newsham - Re: Sarah Richardson
It was a time when covid was rife and I was unwell. The service was exceptionally speedy, accurate and delivered with a smile!
Robert Hargreaves - Re: Mark Cannon
Thank you so much for the wonderful service you have provided. Everything has gone well, and in line with our wishes and in the time-scale we needed.
We feel as though we know all of you personally.
Tony & Hazel Ingham - Re: Craig Williams
Really impressed with the service I have received from Craig & the team at the Northallerton Branch. Always easy to contact them and get instant replies by email or phone which is not the case with other solicitors I have used.
Tim - Re: Craig Williams
“Very happy with dealings, Trustworthy Solicitors.”
Prendergast - Re: Mark Cannon
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