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Stowe Family Law recruits a new family lawyer to the team in Reading

January 29, 2020

A new family lawyer in Reading: Senior Solicitor, Ben Castle joined the Reading office of Stowe Family Law, the UK’s largest specialist family law firm.

Ben practises all aspects of family law with notable experience in divorce, the accompanying financial settlements and varying maintenance cases. He also frequently advises clients on child law including agreeing issues about where the children live, schooling and access for parents and grandparents.

Ben Castle, a new family lawyer in Reading said:

“I am delighted to be joining the team at Stowe Family Law in Reading. I have a rounded background in business and law which helps me to resolve the financial issues that can arise from a separation. I approach my cases with empathy and a drive to reach amicable settlements and solutions in a pro-active manner. I look forward to bringing this and my family law experience to the team and families in the Reading area.”

Naheed Taj, Managing Partner said:

“I am thrilled to welcome a new family lawyer to the Reading team. He comes with a wide range of experience in family law issues along with a sound business background. His understanding of divorce, cohabitation and access for grandparents cases will complement our existing team.”

The Reading office can be found in One Valpy, 20 Valpy Street. Directions and further details are available on the website. 

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Photographed left to right: Naheed Taj, Managing Partner, Surby Kaur, Office Manager, Ben Castle, Senior Solicitor, Lesley White, Legal Secretary and Solicitor Natasha Ord.

Stowe Family Law is the UK’s largest specialist family law firm with 22 offices across England. Recognised for their expertise in all areas of family law the firm specialises in resolving financial matters and protecting the welfare of children following a divorce or relationship breakdown.

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