The most satisfying part of my job is being able to help sort out peoples' worries and concerns.
Born in York, Ian is a Fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives and a Member of the Society of Trust and Estates Practitioners specialising in Wills, Probate, Powers of Attorney and Court of Protection matters. Ian is a regular advisor on BBC Radio York on anything related to Wills, Probate and Powers of Attorney.
Ian is the Secretary and Trustee of a local charity. His interests include gardening, walking, photography and sport.
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"Excellent advice and service, very friendly staff always willing to help no matter what. I keep advising all my friends and family to use you."
"Excellent service. I would certainly come back to you should I need any help in the future."
"[...] very pleased with whole service, particularly the fact that my father-in-law is elderly and "frail". Thank you for your patience and consideration."
"Mr Fisher dealt with us and he was excellent. On the service he gave us we cannot think of any way your service could be improved - thank you so much".
"We would both like to record our warm appreciation to you and your team for your good advice throughout this administration and for the courtesy, care and effectiveness with which you have always acted. We could not have looked for better support."
"My wife and I were very pleased with the warm and professional handling of our Will making."
"Ian Fisher was brilliant in helping me understand how to do my Will."
"We have had dealings with Ware & Kay in the past over legal issues and been happy with how things were dealt with."
"Your service could not get any better. Well done. Mr Fisher always extremely helpful and will always speak to us on the phone."
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"Each person I have spoken to is always so very helpful - Thank You."
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