NORTH West law firm ABH Law has added three solicitors to its growing team.
The appointments further strengthen the Wigan based firm’s commercial litigation, probate and conveyancing divisions.
Tim Meers is the most experienced of the trio with more than 30 years’ experience in the property sector working for firms including Nabarro, Dechert, Speechlys and more recently DAC Beachcroft.
With a decade of experience in conveyancing, Liam Prescott joins from Countrywide Property Lawyers Ltd. Also on board is Sean Devlin who worked at Mark Reynolds Solicitors and becomes part of the wills and probate division.
ABH Law was formed 18 months ago, following the merger between Alker and Ball and Healds Solicitors, and joint managing partner Gary Shepherd says it has been a period of continued growth:
“ABH Law has a team of around 50 people, helping hundreds of clients every month.
“We are continuing to attract solicitors with a wide range of experience. This enables us to offer our clients further expertise across a number of sectors which they would expect from a full service law firm.
Keith Whitehead, joint managing partner, ABH Law said:
“We’re proud of our straightforward approach which our clients tell us is refreshing in an industry many find confusing.
“It’s been an exciting time for all seven partners with the firm enjoying an extremely positive first year-and-a-half. The business is set to grow even further as we continue expanding our existing relationships and building new ones.”
You can contact ABH Law on 01942 246241 or by visiting www.abhlaw.co.uk.
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