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Update on providing you with our legal services as of 2 December 2020

Duncan Morter
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Whilst we have reopened our office doors from 2 Dec 2020, our expert and trusted legal team continue to primarily work remotely from 2 December 2020. Please rest assured that we are continuing to provide our full range of legal services to support our...

Staff promotions at Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors

Duncan Morter
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Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors has recently announced eight new promotions. Managing a business through a pandemic is definitely challenging, so it is great news to see local law firm Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors, not only adapting to deliver their legal...

Guidance on Electrical Safety Standards in Private Rented Accommodation

Kate Large
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New regulations are soon to come into force which apply to landlords, tenants and local authorities on electrical safety standards in the private rented sector. The Regulations will apply from 1 July 2020 to a tenancy agreement which was signed on or after...

Crombie Wilkinson showing our supporting to the NHS

Belinda-Jane Poulter
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We are making a £10 donation to the NHS for every new Will instruction we take in May 2020. During these uncertain and strange times, the likes of which most of us have never experienced before, we are all having to adapt and change our lives to stay...

Lexcel Re-accreditation for 2020

Duncan Morter
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Despite the challenging times we find ourselves in, we are proud to say that our excellent client care is still being delivered. We are pleased to announce that Lexcel, the Law Society’s Quality Mark, have just confirmed our re-accreditation for 2020....

Coronavirus and Domestic Abuse - The Risk in Isolation

Claire Eastwood
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What if my home isn’t a place of safety? The latest government guidance is a required measure to fight the virus for many, but for some the danger isn’t just outside, it is also in their homes. The Office for National Statistics reported that 1.6...

Setting up a horse riding or trekking centre

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Spring is just around the corner and after a difficult winter due to the wet weather and flooding, many businesses in Ryedale will be considering how to make the tourist season of 2020 a profitable one. Ryedale and its neighbouring areas of Hambleton and the...

Welcome to Lucy Steven at our Malton office

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Local law firm Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors, welcomes Private Client Solicitor Lucy Steven to the team at their Malton office. Lucy joined the firm at the start of the new year following the planned departure of Orlando Bridgeman and the retirement of...

Supporting our Armed Forces community

Christopher Myles
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We have taken the next step in demonstrating our support for our Armed Forces community by applying for and receiving the Bronze award from the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS). The ERS recognises commitment and support from UK employers for...

Increases to Probate fees scrapped

Sharon Richardson
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In March 2019 a colleague in our Private Client team reported on the Government proposal to increase the Probate Registry fees required to obtain a Grant of Probate . The proposals were to replace the fixed fee of either £215 (without a Solicitor) or...

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