Today Ilkley in West Yorkshire became home to the eighth Stowe Family Law office.
The latest opening comes just six months after the seventh office opened its doors down in St Albans in Hertfordshire.
Based at 68 The Grove, close to the ever popular Betty’s Tea Rooms, the new Stowe Family Law Ilkley office will provide an excellent base from which experienced solicitor Chris Birch and his colleagues will provide their legal expertise. Chris has extensive experience in private law children disputes and matrimonial finance. He also recognises the deeply personal nature of family law and makes sure that clients are treated with sensitivity and respect.
The Ilkley team can help in all manner of family law cases, such as divorce proceedings, making a will, financial settlements, pre- and postnuptial agreements, and disputes involving children. Other services will include mediation, arbitration, and advice on matters ranging from dispute resolution to grandparents’ rights.
The new office will cater not just to clients resident in Ilkley itself but also to those living in nearby communities like Skipton, Addingham, Middleton and Burley-in-Wharfedale, as well as, of course, the broader Dales region.
With the firm’s existing offices in Harrogate, Wetherby, Leeds, Hale, Wilmslow, London, and St Albans already well-established and thriving, this is an exciting new venture for the firm. The Stowe Family Law ethos of excellent, cost-effective service will be a fundamental element of day-to-business in our new office.
Ilkley is an attractive and historic spa town, spread across a striking landscape with a history which dates many thousands of years. The brooding vistas of nearby Ilkley Moor were famously celebrated in the folk song – and alleged unofficial Yorkshire anthem – On Ilkla Moor Baht ‘at.