January 2016 | Walker Foster SolicitorsJanuary 2016 | Walker Foster Solicitors

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What happens if a friend or family member lacks the capacity to manage their own financial affairs? Your loved one may have signed an Enduring or Lasting Power of Attorney, in which case it is their chosen attorneys who will…

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It is crucial to seek expert advice at the time of a separation.  The recent error with the Ministry of Justice online form has led to suggestions that some separated couples may have to re-open negotiations. This is likely to…

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The rise in real property prices in the nineties and noughties means that many estates are of significant value with the testator's own home the main asset. The value of the estate is one of the factors that must be…

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The most recent civil disputes I've mediated involved a division of assets but on the day of the mediation the absence of key information caused a blockage for the parties who were otherwise moving toward their chosen form of settlement.…

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Our partners at Skipton Tennis have entered into an exciting new arrangement with Craven College and North Yorkshire Sport. The agreement will help young BTEC students develop their coaching skills, up-skill primary school teachers and give primary school children (years 3-6)…

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Walker Foster are pleased to welcome Sarah Buxton as a new addition to the firm. Sarah is a solicitor and will be head of the firm’s family department. Sarah is proactive, pragmatic and cost effective in her approach specialising in…

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