Yearly Archives: 2019

AWB Charlesworth Solicitors hosts Networking Breakfast at Keelham Farm Shop

Tuesday, 5 Nov 2019

Over thirty guests joined staff from AWB Charlesworth Solicitors for an informal networking breakfast at Keelham Farm Shop on Thursday 31 October.   Not put off by Brexit uncertainty, local business owners, sole traders and professionals at all stages of their careers met together to enjoy Keelham Farm Shop hospitality and an inspiring presentation by... Read More

2019 Golf Day Success

Thursday, 15 Aug 2019

AWB Charlesworth and Pearson and Associates Accountants have raised over £3100 for Martin House Children’s Hospice in their latest fundraising event. Both AWB Charlesworth and Pearson and Associates are continual supporters of the charity, and this is the 6th year that they have held their golf day. The day was held at Bingley St Ives... Read More

To the Manor Born

Monday, 3 Jun 2019

Mines and Minerals/Manorial Rights – The Duke of Devonshire We are aware of a number of land owners in the Keighley and Craven areas having received notice recently from the Land Registry of an application made by the Duke of Devonshire for registration of rights in relation to mines and minerals which it is asserted... Read More

Spring Networking success with Barclays and Maven Training

Monday, 3 Jun 2019

Over thirty guests from local businesses met this week for a sunny spring networking event organised by AWB Charlesworth Solicitors and Barclays.  The event was held at the Shipley Golf Club and the group was joined by Chris Robinson of Maven Training who gave a short taster of his inspirational presentation on Resilience and Leadership.... Read More

No-fault divorce to become law

Thursday, 2 May 2019

The breakdown of a marriage is a stressful and difficult experience for those involved.  The situation can be exacerbated by one spouse having to allege adultery or unreasonable behaviour by the other for divorce proceedings to start straightaway.  The blame element can cause incredible animosity between separating parents and can impact on their children and... Read More

Contractual Disputes.

Thursday, 2 May 2019

Contractual disputes are every business owners’ nightmare and at AWB Charlesworth Solicitors we work closely with businesses to ensure that disputes are avoided. The most common mistake made by business owners is to sign an agreement put to them by a supplier without fully understanding the terms of the agreement and the effect it will... Read More

Women@Work April event a great success

Wednesday, 24 Apr 2019

  We are pleased to announce that the latest Women@Work meeting raised over £180 for Manorlands Hospice. The Aire-Valley professional networking group Women@Work organised by AWB Charlesworth Solicitors and NatWest Bank held their April meeting at the Cavendish Business Centre in Keighley. Over 30 local businesswomen met to hear from Jo Moseley founder of “Healthy... Read More

AWB Charlesworth Solicitors Appoint New Associate Director

Tuesday, 26 Mar 2019

AWB Charlesworth Solicitors have appointed a new Associate Director, Janine Eaglesfield (formerly of Gordons and Shulmans LLP) Janine has over 25 years’ experience in property legal work, covering a wide range of commercial and residential work both locally and nationally. Her move to AWB Charlesworth Solicitors shows the continuous growth of the firm and the... Read More

Understanding Parental Responsibility

Tuesday, 19 Mar 2019

Rather than considering the “rights” of parents, Family Law talks of parental responsibility (PR).  PR gives you all the legal powers to make appropriate decisions in relation to the upbringing of your child. Generally if you are a parent with PR you should expect to be consulted by the other parent about major matters concerning... Read More

Free wills service to local Fire Officers

Monday, 11 Mar 2019

AWB Charlesworth solicitors limited have recently started working in conjunction with Skipton and Grassington Fire Service to offer a free wills service to local firemen and women.  Sarah Richardson, a wills and probate executive at the firm, came up with the idea after learning that many of the fire service did not have wills in... Read More