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At Walker Foster, we’re doing all we can to continue to operate productively in difficult circumstances. In line with official guidance, our offices are now temporarily closed to all visitors.  Documents can be posted through the doors at our offices…

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Did you see our article in the Craven Herald about moving house in Barnoldswick? Our property team in our Barnoldswick office were featured in both the Craven Herald and the Telegraph & Argus Website. Our conveyancing experts have years of…

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The number of challenges a business owner faces is difficult enough without legal issues taking up your time. Whether it is the day to day operations or buying/selling a business, it is essential to have legal advice to ensure your…

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Staff at our Barnoldswick branch are celebrating a fantastic 2019 after attracting a number of new clients.  The dedication of our staff has seen the branch go from strength to strength. Our Barnoldswick team specialise in residential conveyancing and private…

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Local law firm Walker Foster has appointed Solicitor Edward Sanderson as its new Head of Family Law. Ed (pictured) qualified as a solicitor in 2013 and joined Walker Foster in January 2020 from Leeds firm Austin Kemp. He specialises in…

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With divorce rates on the rise nationwide, it is becoming increasingly more likely that people will not remain with their original partner. For those entering into a new relationship, especially with children from a previous partnership, you will need to…

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Our Private Client Solicitor Robert Cole has appeared in the Telegraph & Argus advising on the current crisis in the adult social care system and how help is available for struggling families. “People are often surprised to hear that the…

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If you are a first-time buyer thinking of making your first step on the property ladder, there is some important information you need to be aware of. In this article, our Conveyancing Executive Julie Smith explains how despite the expiry…

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What happens if a friend or family member lacks the capacity to manage their financial affairs? What is the next step? When this situation arises, there is a lot going on, and often financial matters take a back seat to…

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The adult social care system in the UK is in desperate need of reform. The most pressing issue of all is how care is paid for by service users and their families. The Office of National Statistics calculated in 2011…

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