Guest Walker unveils new brand identity

Guest Walker unveils new brand identity

York-based firm Guest Walker has revealed a new identity as part of its continued growth as a specialist in commercial and residential property law.

Based on the Shambles in the centre of York for more than 35 years, Guest Walker started out as a general high street practice offering a range of services.

The firm has since become increasingly specialised in commercial and residential property law as its reputation developed and the demand for its services increased.

The business now employs a team of specialist and experienced solicitors and support staff covering all aspects of business and commercial property law and residential conveyancing.

Acting for a number of clients, Guest Walker offers a complete service for small and medium-sized businesses, partnerships and individuals across the UK.

The firm has now unveiled a new identity and a new website that communicates the full range of specialist services on offer.

John Walker, director at Guest Walker, said: “We are thrilled to reveal our new identity which cements our position as legal property experts. Although we occupy a historic location on the Shambles in the centre of York, we handle large high-profile cases across the country and our team are all experts in their field with many having ‘big firm’ experience. We want to be recognised for providing a high-quality service whilst still keeping the same ethos we have always had of being honest, personal and approachable.”

Guest Walker also has a specialist life planning team, meaning clients can receive a holistic service for all their property, business and personal matters.

The life planning team covers all aspects of future care and life planning issues, including wills and probate, powers of attorney and intergenerational agreements.

Pictured, from left to right: John Walker and Helen Burrows
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