Stowe Family Law (Stowe) has opened an office in Bournemouth taking the firm’s national presence to 26 offices and reinforcing its position as the country’s largest specialist family law practice.
The new family law office in Bournemouth will be headed up by Managing Partner, Paul Linsdell and supported by Senior Family Lawyer, Cath Porter, both of whom will bring a wealth of family law knowledge to the town.
The team specialises in all aspects of family law including divorce, separation, cohabitation issues, nuptial agreements, arrangements for children and financial settlements.
As with all the firm’s offices, Bournemouth will have access to a network of over 70 specialist family lawyers, together with its in-house Forensic Accountancy team who examine financial disclosure specifically within divorce proceedings.
Southern Regional Director, Andrew Miller, said: “The addition of an office in Bournemouth adds to the firm’s family law footprint in this region, where we also have an office in Winchester.”
He continues, “With 26 offices across the UK and more specialist family lawyers than any other firm in the country, we provide the very best legal knowledge and experience to our clients.”
Managing Partner, Paul Linsdell said: “I am delighted to head up the opening of the Stowe Family Law office in Bournemouth. Both Cath and I work with empathy and compassion to achieve the best outcomes for clients so that they can move forward with their lives. We are looking forward to welcoming clients to our new office soon.”
Photographed: Paul Linsdell, Managing Partner at Stowe Family Law.
Stowe Family Law is the UK’s largest specialist family law firm with offices in cities including London, Leeds, Sheffield, Manchester, Bristol, Reading and Birmingham and market towns including Ilkley, Winchester, Tunbridge Wells, Beverley, Harrogate and Wetherby.
Founded in 1982, the firm employs over 70 specialist family lawyers with a collective experience of over 800 years.
The team practices all areas of family law including divorce, separation, financial settlements, arrangements for children, out-of-court settlements, mediation, nuptial agreements, surrogacy, adoption and international family law.