Stowe Family Law has relocated its Wilmslow office to accommodate the growing business as a new solicitor joins the team.
The new 1,485 sq ft office in Ladyfield House, owned by Orbit Developments, has been recently refurbished and benefits from a contemporary reception and common areas along with air-conditioned workspace.
The property is located just 50m from Wilmslow rail station and has the benefit of onsite parking creating an easily accessible location for clients.
The office will continue to be headed by Managing Partner Lesley Smythe.
Client focused, Lesley and her team have a wealth of experience in helping people navigate the process of divorce with support and reassurance whatever the challenges of the case. Personally, Lesley is an expert in high net worth cases involving trusts, business and pensions.
Lesley Smythe, Managing Partner of the new office said:
“It’s a really exciting time for Stowe Family Law in Wilmslow. Our increasing number of clients and a new solicitor, Olivia Barry who joins us today means that we needed to relocate to a larger office.”
James Nicholson from Orbit Developments commented on the deal,
“We’re delighted that we were able to find Lesley and her team the right office space and meeting their needs on quality, parking and proximity to the station. They have exciting growth plans and we wish them every success.”
Stowe Family Law CEO Charles Hartwell said: “We are excited to start a new chapter for the Wilmslow Stowe Family Law office. We have had a presence in the town since 2013 and feel very much part of the business community.
“The team at Wilmslow were selected not just for their extensive legal knowledge but for their ability to understand and support clients in what can be a very difficult journey. ”
He added: “We now have more than 50 specialist family lawyers working for us across 15 offices in England and Wales, building on our position as the country’s largest dedicated specialist family law firm.”
Orbit Developments is the leading commercial property owner in Wilmslow with over 35 office buildings in the town centre and over commercial 250 properties across the North West.