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Winding up and closing down a company cleanly

Ian Barnard
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While many founders and business owners will implement succession plans to sell or pass their business to a new generation of owners, sometimes it is clear that you have reached the end of the road and the best decision is to call it a day and close the...

Dispute between property owners with a shared interest

Maria Eames
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‘An Englishman’s home is his castle’ is a familiar phrase with its origins in the 16th century, where it was widely accepted that no one should have the right to interfere with the use and enjoyment of a person’s property except in...

Our Legal 500 2022 UK ranking

Clair Douglas
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The Directors at Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors are once again delighted to announce that the firm's skill in Private Client, Agricultural & Estates work has been acknowledged by our third year in a row admission to The Legal 500 2022 United Kingdom...

Trainee Solicitor career progression at Crombie Wilkinson

Emma Campbell
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We are pleased to be able to share blogs written by our staff, talking about their job role, working at our firm and their career progression at Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors. Our current trainees will be moving into their next seats at the beginning of...

Supporting Neal Porter Bike Round Britain for charity

Duncan Morter
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It feels really great to be able to support and raise as much awareness as we can of a great charity activity a good friend and previous Director of Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors, Neal Porter, is currently undertaking. Neal has challenged himself to do this...

Alternative dispute resolution to settle business disputes

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It is no secret that the courts are struggling to clear the backlog of commercial cases which have built up as a result of the coronavirus, or that this backlog is continuing to grow.    This presents a problem for businesses who are embroiled in...

Farm diversification projects and animal trekking

Amy Clarkson
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Diversification has become an increasingly popular, and often necessary, means of improving the profitability of farming businesses. We are regularly contacted by clients who are looking into various types of diversification, including rural wedding venues...

Probate and overseas assets

Sharon Richardson
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Born in Greece and educated in France and Germany before coming to the UK, at his death in April of this year Prince Philip reportedly left a multi-million-pound estate which includes assets overseas. The administration of those assets, and therefore his...

Listed Buildings your obligations

Elizabeth Simpson
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There is no specific duty on property owners to maintain their buildings in a good state of repair. However, the Local Planning Authority does have powers to take action if it considers that a historic building has deteriorated to the extent that its future...

Update on providing you with our legal services from 19 July 2021

Duncan Morter
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All four of our offices in York , Malton , Pickering and Selby have their doors open to the public for pre-booked appointments from Monday to Friday 9am-5pm. We ask you to continue to wear a face covering (unless you are exempt), hand sanitise and...

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