Harold G Walker Solicitors are committed to making their legal services more accessible than before. So why not join their team of experts at the Free Legal Clinic in Wimborne and get your legal questions answered! Discover the range of legal services available and...
This week is Good Divorce Week. This is an annual campaign that aims to promote practical and constructive ways for separating parents to put the needs of their children first. Family law cases can be fraught with difficult decisions; often regarding children,...
The Christchurch branch of Harold G Walker Solicitors is moving to new premises. The legal firm, based in Bargates for many years, is moving to new offices on Barrack Road. From 6th December, their new Christchurch offices will be located at 183 Barrack Road,...
MYTIME is a charity that provides young carers with the support, friendship and opportunities that every child deserves. The charity runs social activities for young carers to give them a break from their caring role. Harold G Walker Solicitors were pleased to be able...
Our News News LawSpot Events Continued Expansion for Harold G Walker Solicitors Local law firm, Harold G Walker Solicitors are delighted to announce their further expansion with five new recruits joining their team. Su Buckler (add link to photo) joins the Verwood...
LawSpot Fair (or)Deal for Tenants? You may have heard of the Tenant Fees Act 2019, in force since June of this year. Known by some as a ‘tenant fees ban’, the Act, whilst prohibiting landlords from charging upfront fees, still allows them to charge for rent, and...
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