Author Archives: Cati Edwards

New Trainee Appointed

Wednesday, 23 Jan 2019

AWB Charlesworth Solicitors, with offices in Skipton, Keighley, Bingley and Bradford have appointed a new trainee solicitor to their growing firm. Having graduated with a First Class LLB (Hons) Law degree in 2015, Anna Robinson joined AWB Charlesworth in May 2017 as a secretary in the residential property department, having previously worked in criminal, family,... Read More


Women at Work raise over £420 for Manorlands Hospice

Thursday, 3 Jan 2019

Pictured Left- Right.  Liz Smith (NatWest) Deana Morgan (Deana Morgan Dance Services) Emma Sadler-Mason (NatWest) Katie Ingham (AWB Charlesworth Solicitors) Molly Ralphson (Manorlands)  The Aire-Valley professional networking group Women@Work organised by AWB Charlesworth Solicitors and NatWest Bank have raised over £420 for Manorlands at their latest event held on Thursday 6th December.  Over 30 local... Read More


Does shared care have to be shared equally

Tuesday, 27 Nov 2018

When parents separate, it is understandable that each at the very least seeks an arrangement that would allow the child to spend an equal amount of time with both parents. In practice, this can often be difficult to implement and may be impacted by many different issues such as the child’s age, care requirements, education... Read More


The Great AWB Charlesworth Bake-Off 2018

Wednesday, 21 Nov 2018

Inspired by the TV series, the Great British Bake Off, the staff at AWB Charlesworth have created some incredible cakes in aid of the charity MIND. Now in its sixth year, the firm produced over 20 cakes across the offices and Allia Hussain from MIND In Bradford acted as judge.    The overall winner of... Read More


Mark Shaw awarded a Worldwide Excellence Award

Monday, 22 Oct 2018

AWB Charlesworth Solicitors of Keighley, Skipton, Bradford and Bingley are pleased to announce that Mark Shaw, Associate Director has been awarded a Worldwide Excellence Award from STEP (the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners).  STEP is the global professional association for practitioners who specialise in family inheritance and succession planning. STEP works to improve public... Read More


Latest Women@Work Success

Wednesday, 10 Oct 2018

Bonita Norris, the youngest British woman to climb Everest and ski to the North Pole, gave an inspirational presentation to Aire-Valley Networking Group Women@Work at their lastest event.  The Aire-Valley professional networking group Women@Work organised by AWB Charlesworth Solicitors and NatWest Bank welcomed mountaineer Bonita Norris to Skipton for their most recent event.  Felicity Green,... Read More


Registering your Property at the Land Registry

Thursday, 4 Oct 2018

Registering your Property at the Land Registry Is it time to register your property at the Land Registry? Unless you purchased your property, or have taken out a mortgage, in the last 30 years – chances are your property is not registered. HM Land Registry has safeguarded land and property ownership in England and Wales... Read More


Fixed Fee for Family Law Advice

Tuesday, 18 Sep 2018

For many, with the summer behind us, this time of year is an exciting time filled with opportunity and promise.  Children have begun the new school year and young adults have enrolled at college/university filled with trepidation.  It is a time of change and can be a catalyst for wonderful things to happen. For others,... Read More


Stamp Duty

Monday, 17 Sep 2018

What you need to know about stamp duty on buy-to-let and second homes Second home buyers and buy-to-let landlords must pay extra stamp duty since a three per cent surcharge was introduced by the Government in 2016.   The charge applies to buy-to-lets, second homes and even properties bought with other family members.  The charge also... Read More


What is a Chain Transaction?

Monday, 17 Sep 2018

What does a ‘chain transaction’ mean in conveyancing? In the conveyancing world the term chain is frequently used, however some clients do get concerned at the thought of what this might involve. A conveyancing transaction involving a chain simply means A buying a property from B, and B buying a property from C. If the... Read More