Birmingham family law firm recruits new solicitor as Hannah Stubbs joins the Birmingham based office of Stowe Family Law (Stowe), the UK’s largest specialist family law firm.
Hannah advises clients on issues that arise before and after marriage with significant experience in divorce and the accompanying financial settlements and arrangements for children.
She also has extensive experience of property law that gives her an understanding of cohabitee disputes, trust and complex property ownership.
“I am delighted to be joining the Stowe team in Birmingham. I approach my cases with empathy and compassion to support people through what can be a difficult time. I’m looking forward to using my experience to support families in Birmingham and the surrounding areas.”
Managing Partner, Rebecca Calden-Storr said:
“ With Hannah’s arrival, we are now a four-strong team of family lawyers, and I am thrilled to welcome her to the firm. She comes with a wide range of experience in family law, and her knowledge of the complexities of property law will complement our existing offering to clients.”
“As part of the country’s largest specialist family law firm, we can offer people in Birmingham access to an unrivalled nationwide network of knowledge and experience on their doorstep.”
The Birmingham office is located in the Colmore Business District, close to the Birmingham family court, a 5-minute walk from Snow Hill train station and 8-minute walk from New Street Station.
Photographed: Hannah Stubbs at Stowe Family Law, Birmingham
Stowe Family Law is the UK’s largest specialist family law firm with offices in cities including London, Leeds, 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.