Nottinghamshire law firm celebrates acquisition and bolstering staff by 25 per cent

Nottinghamshire law firm celebrates acquisition and bolstering staff by 25 per cent

A leading chain of solicitors in Nottinghamshire is celebrating a fruitful end of the year after acquiring another law firm, combining more than 350 years of legal history.

Chattertons Solicitors & Wealth Management, located in Newark, has taken over Andrew & Co Solicitors, bolstering their staff by 25 per cent after welcoming all existing employees to join them.  

Combining the two firms will give clients wider access to an extensive array of services, which, along with wealth management and business and employment law, are supported by a full range of personal law services including conveyancing, wills, trusts and probate and family.

Staff from Andrew & Co Solicitors have been relocated to Chattertons’ Newark office on Farndon Road.

Edward Conway, Chief Executive of Chattertons, said:

“By combining our excellent teams we will continue to deliver an exceptional service to all of our clients in Lincolnshire, Newark and across the East Midlands.

“Relationships are important to us and we will ensure that all existing clients with both firms will receive the high-level of service and support they are used to with the team member they have already been working with.

“We are looking forward to 2020 and all of the opportunities this will bring for our clients.”

Julie Bailey, Chief Executive of Andrew & Co Solicitors, said:

“The partners at Andrew & Co Solicitors are pleased that this opportunity will ensure that the families and clients we have served for generations will continue to receive the best that we and Lincolnshire can offer.

“We look forward to a long and successful new era in which our joint services will support not only our clients but also economic growth over the coming uncertain economic and political times.”

Chattertons is one of the longest-serving independent law firms in the East Midlands, after it was established by Frederick William Tweed in 1856. Since then the firm has expanded, opening more offices across the county, as well as in Newark and London.

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