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Firm updates

28 January 2019 Firm updates

Malton & Norton were victorious against Pocklington on Saturday 26 January, 2019 MALTON & NORTON 33pts POCKLINGTON 24pts A THOROUGHLY ENJOYABLE VICTORY! Man of the Match was Tom Foan.               
21 January 2019 Firm updates

  Leading law firm Pearsons & Ward Solicitors, is proud to be supporting local rugby club Malton & Norton RUFC by sponsoring the home match against Pocklington on Saturday 26th January, kick-off 2.15pm. Pearsons & Ward (part of Ware & Kay Solicitors Ltd with offices in Malton, York & Wetherby) enjoy a strong working relationship with Malton & Norton Rugby Club and are continuing to show their ongoing commitment by providing match-day sponsorship. William Browne, Chairman of Malton & Norton RUFC said “A big welcome to Pearson Ward to the Gannock once again for what promises to be a great local derby match between two competitive sides in North One East. Traditionally this has always been one of the toughest encounters in the calendar and Malton are due some revenge on Pocklington who took the…
17 January 2019 Firm updates

Divorce is rarely straightforward, but it can be especially complicated when a farming business is involved. The main priority for farm owners will be to keep the farm running during the divorce process and securing its future viability. But this can be tricky when emotions are running high and livelihoods are at stake. Juliet Walker, family lawyer and agricultural law specialist at Pearsons & Ward Solicitors in Malton explains some of the main challenges when a farming marriage comes to an end. Preserving the business Farms are traditionally handed down through generations, and usually the expectation when a farmer gets married is that the farm will stay in the family. This often means that the farm not only holds a commercial value, but also a strong emotional significance for the farming spouse, who may be keen…
15 January 2019 Firm updates

  When a relationship breaks down, it can be one of the most distressing events many of us will have to endure. There can be a lot to sort out; family finances, arrangements for children and who stays in the house. Most people assume that the only way to end their marriage or formalise a separation involves a visit to court to let a judge make those decisions. Robert Bellhouse Family Solicitor at Ware & Kay in York & Wetherby explains that there is another option, called collaborative law, which offers an alternative option than going to court. “By choosing a collaborative approach, you & your former spouse/partner will both instruct a collaborative lawyer who will support you during a series of meetings aimed at resolving matters amicably.” says Robert. Robert’s top reasons to choose a…
11 December 2018 Firm updates

Everyone at Ware & Kay would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
10 December 2018 Firm updates

Ware & Kay has supported training of over 20 members of its York Office staff to become Dementia Friends, in support of an Alzheimer's Society initiative. There are more than 850,000 people living with dementia in the UK today (March 2018 statistics - Alzheimer's Research UK), representing 1.3% of the UK population.  The number of people with Dementia is expected to grow rapidly and by 2051 it is projected to exceed 2 million. Ware & Kay is very keen to encourage all staff to develop the necessary skills to engage and work with those affected by dementia together with their relatives and carers.  The interactive Dementia Friends sessions were led by Dementia Friends Champion Fiona Gilbert, a volunteer for Dementia Friends.  The sessions enabled staff to learn about what dementia is, how it affects those living…
03 December 2018 Firm updates

Ware & Kay supported Tadcaster Albion Football Club by sponsoring the fixture against local team Brighouse Town on Saturday 1st December in what has an exciting hard-fought match resulting in a draw. Tadcaster Albion Football Club Chairman, Andy Charlesworth said "We would like to say a massive thank you to Ware & Kay for sponsoring our game against Brighouse. It was fantastic to see so many guests and employees support the event and cheer on the Brewers on the day. We hope to see you all again next year." David Hyams, Director for Ware & Kay who chose Joe Lumsden as the man of the match said "We were delighted to sponsor Tadcaster Albion and had a brilliant afternoon with our guests.   It was a thrilling match and the team did really well. We wish…
03 December 2018 Firm updates

Ware & Kay are proud to be supporting Tadcaster Albion Football Club once again by sponsoring the home match against Brighouse Town on Saturday 1st December. Ware & Kay enjoy a strong working relationship with Tadcaster Albion and are continuing to show their ongoing commitment by providing match-day sponsorship. Tadcaster Albion Football Club Chairman, Andy Charlesworth "We would like to issue a very warm welcome to Ware & Kay Solicitors to the i2i Stadium for Saturday's league game against Brighouse Town. First and foremost we would like to thank you all for coming and sponsoring the game on 1st December and we sincerely hope you enjoy your day out at TAFC. Last season we reached the play-offs following a dramatic final day however, unfortunately we just missed out in the semi-final. Looking at this year…
03 November 2018 Firm updates

Ware & Kay Solicitors in York, has been recogised by Cancer Research UK after facilitating over £1.85 million worth of gifts from people choosing to leave a legacy to the charity in their will. Ian Fisher, Head of Wills and Probate, at Ware & Kay was presented with a gold certificate to acknowledge the firms ongoing support. The firm have been offering the Free Will Service to people aged 55 and over in York for the past 20 years, giving advice and support for those wishing to write a will or update an existing one. As part of the service Ware & Kay give guidance for those wishing to leave a legacy gift for Cancer Research UK. The charity receives no government funding for its research and relies heavily on the generosity of people leaving gifts…
03 October 2018 Firm updates

Why make a Will? Only one in three of us will make a Will.  By putting our affairs in order, regardless of how big or small they are, you can give security to your loved ones and make things easier should the worst happen. Having a Will ensures you decide who inherits your estate and personal belongings.  You can appoint Executors to look after your affairs How does Make a Will Week work? We have generously offered to give both our time and expertise to write your Will in exchange for a donation to support York Teaching Hospital Charity. It's really simple to take part: 1.     Contact us between 8th and 12th October, 2018 to make an appointment.  Be sure to mention York Teaching Hospital Charity Make a Will Week. 2.    After you make the…
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