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Catteralls invest in the future with Liberate from Linetime

The firm has an ethos of always putting the client first and prides itself in providing clients with solutions that are commercially effective. It was with these goals in mind that the firm undertook a review of its practice and case management support systems. Having identified areas where existing high service levels could be […]

King Street Road Closure Tuesday 29th May – Monday 4th June 2018

King Street will be closed from 08:00 – 20:00 Tuesday 29th May until Monday 4th June as Yorkshire Water will be carrying out essential repair works. Catteralls will be open as normal. If you have any queries regarding access to our building please call us on 01924 291122 Monday to […]

Catteralls 10K Step Challenge

Congratulations to our Senior Partner Paul Kininmonth in winning our 10,000 steps a day challenge for Marie Curie and their Great Daffodil Appeal with a massive 876,934 steps in March which equates to over 415 miles! Thank you to all of our staff members that have taken part – we […]

Refunds for Power of Attorney Fees

The Office of the Public Guardian (“the OPG”) announced last week that refunds are being offered to those who may have been charged more than was necessary when making their application. If you applied to register a power of attorney between 1 April 2013 and 31 March 2017 you may […]

Welcome to Rebecca Baker

We are pleased to welcome Rebecca Baker to Catteralls. Rebecca joined Catteralls a couple of weeks ago and is settling in. Rebecca has specialised in Family Law for 20 years and qualified as a Solicitor in 2005. She is a member of the Law Society’s Family Law Panel and is […]

Recovering Commercial Debts

Commercial debt recovery can be daunting at times. Having a customer who fails to pay on time can have a huge impact on the cash flow of your business. There are a number of options open to you when considering how to pursue recovery of unpaid invoices and if you […]

Do I need a Will ?

Do I need a will ? The simple answer is Yes ! A Will lets you decide what happens to your property, money and belongings when you die. You get to choose who you want to benefit. Without a Will the law decides who inherits what you own and this might […]

Pretty Muddy 5K

Wakefield Pretty Muddy 5K – Thornes Park, Wakefield – Saturday 13th May 2017               We are proud to say we have a team entering this years Wakefield Pretty Muddy 5k race. The event is based around the 5k Race for Life but littered with […]

Shareholder Agreements

Following on from our recent article about ‘articles of association’ we thought it would make sense to follow this up with a short post concerning Shareholder Agreements Shareholder Agreements regulate the relationship between shareholders, the company and its directors,  imposing duties and where appropriate any restrictions. Shareholder Agreements provide clarity […]