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Cases involve issues such as execution of the will, testamentary capacity and undue influence. There may be a claim under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975. These matters tend to be complex. It is important that you…

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This latest expansion is an exciting new development for Walker Foster and our  Clients.  We have already carried out thousands of property transactions.  Our property and conveyancing Solicitors have vast experience, enabling them to promptly answer queries and to maintain…

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You may want to consider this and we would be happy to help with the legal aspects. www.natwest.com Let us know if you would like an introduction to Sophie Fisher at NatWest. [email protected]

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We have recently presented a further £5500.00 to Manorlands hospice http://www.suerydercare.org through fundraising efforts including a midnight walk and a half marathon. This year we are supporting Yorkshire Air Ambulance http://www.yorkshireairambulance.org.uk/ You might see collection boxes or sponsor forms in…

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If you are exporting goods or supplying services abroad or you are seeking to develop your business overseas then we urge you to contact UKTI. It is described as " the best trade promotion organisation in the developed world". Have…

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Achievement of membership reflects: The integrity of our partners and staff.The firm's adherence to good practice management standards.Adherence to prudent and efficient conveyancing procedures through the scheme protocol.We continue with our efforts to deliver excellent professional legal service to you.

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Research has revealed that one of the major concerns of many small and medium businesses in regard to legal services is the unpredictability of costs. The solicitor’s method of charging, namely an hourly rate, it is argued, does not give…

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Prior to this she worked as Head of Insolvency at Levi Solicitors after having worked for the Department of Trade and Industry in Manchester investigating the failure and conduct of the directors of failed companies and in particular The Accident…

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One of the first considerations in the risk analysis of a party intending to pursue a Claim against a debtor is whether or not that debtor has the means to pay the Judgment Debt and the costs of the Claimant…

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While the total number of claims was in excess of 218,000 (which was an 8% fall on the previous year but 4% up on 2008/2009 figures and over twice the number of claims lodged in 1998/1999), the figures include single…

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