Welcome to Harold G WalkerHarold G Walker Solicitors in Dorset provide a wide range of legal services and expert legal advice from offices in Broadstone, Christchurch, Verwood and Wimborne.
For clear and impartial expert legal advice you can trust
With offices in Broadstone, Christchurch, Verwood and Wimborne and Free Legal Clinics across the region, you’re never far from a specialist team of solicitors in Dorset. Covering a legal service that is friendly, straightforward and nothing other than professional.
Harold G Walker. Your Friend-in-Law!
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Accreditations and Awards
This can only be achieved by ensuring you receive the most trusted legal advice. The firm has received a number of various accreditations and awards for their efforts.
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Harold G Walker Solicitors in Dorset
Offering clients a range of services which include; residential property and conveyancing, divorce, probate, wills, disputes and claims, as well as employment legal advice.
You will find Harold G Walker your Friend-in-Law.
In addition to these private services, there is also a team of specialists covering all aspects of business and commercial law. Encompassing commercial conveyancing, business contracts, company formation, employment law, commercial litigation, as well as landlord and tenant disputes.
24-Hour Free helpline
It’s a sensitive issue and it takes a special understanding when dealing with bereavement. Recognising this difficult and stressful time, Harold G Walker offers a 24-hour helpline, available for all those who have been recently bereaved. Whether you require advice or guidance, you will find a team of professionals on hand to support you and answer any questions regarding Wills and Probate.
Call free on 0330 332 8233
IN THE COMMUNITY
Proud to be corporate sponsors for Light Up the Prom, an event which has helped raise over £8,000 for Bournemouth Hospital Charity and Macmillan Caring Locally.
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The Will Making Process. We spend our lives working to provide for ourselves and the people we love. To ensure the assets you have worked so hard for, pass to the people you love, it is important to make a Will to ensure your wishes are carried out.
Are you thinking of signing your house over to your children to decrease the value of your estate, either for inheritance tax purposes or to avoid paying care home fees? Here are a few things that should be considered before making that decision.
For most parents, arranging contact with the children over the Christmas period can be a very simple process. Unfortunately, however, in some cases, this is not so simple with both parents unable to agree to suitable times and dates.