Harrogate firm Stowe Family Law opens its second London office in Victoria - Phoebe Turner Managing Partner and Senior Partner, Julian Hawkhead
Harrogate firm Stowe Family Law opens its second London office in Victoria - Phoebe Turner Managing Partner and Senior Partner, Julian Hawkhead

Harrogate firm Stowe Family Law opens its second London office in Victoria

in Business/Harrogate

, whose head office is in , has opened its second London office, due to growth of the business and demand on the London Chancery Lane office.

This opening takes the firm to a total of 15 offices and builds on its position as the country’s largest dedicated specialist family law firm.

The new office, located at the prestigious address of 128 Buckingham Palace Road, is just a 3-minute walk from Victoria Station and will be headed up by Managing Partner Phoebe Turner – who joined the firm in 2013 and is an expert in complex and high net worth cases involving trusts, business and international assets.

 

Family Law CEO Charles Hartwell said:

Stowe’s reputation for excellence and outstanding client care is attracting an ever-growing caseload of local and international clients, many with highly complex affairs.

This growth has resulted in the need to open a second office in the capital and we have chosen a beautiful building in Victoria to complement our existing London Chancery Lane office.

We now have more than 50 specialist family lawyers working for us across the country. All are selected not only for their legal knowledge and skills but also their ability to relate to our clients and understand and support them through what can be an extremely difficult and emotional journey.

 




 

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