Stowe Family Law expands London team

March 12, 2018

Solicitor Roz Lidder has joined the London office of Stowe Family Law, the UK’s largest specialist family law firm.

Roz has specialised in family law throughout her career and joins after working at another major London firm. Roz advises on all aspects of divorce, including those that involve complex financial transactions. She also has extensive experience in the drafting of pre- and postnuptial agreements, disputes concerning children, cohabitation issues and domestic violence cases.

Roz is a member of Resolution, a legal organisation which works to promote a non-confrontational approach to family law issues.

She read law at the University of Hertfordshire and stayed on to complete her post-graduate studies there.

Roz is the 13th solicitor to join the Stowe team in London. She said:

“This is a firm with a sterling national reputation and I am delighted to be given the chance to help clients resolve their problems and family disputes during what may be one of the most difficult times in their lives.”

Her appointment follows the unveiling of a new brand identity for the firm, designed to clearly convey the firm’s many strengths to potential new clients. Shortly before that, Stowe opened a brand new office in Bristol, bringing the total to date to 14.

Following a major investment by private equity firm Livingbridge last year, the firm has opened no less than four new offices in the 12 months since: in Beverley, Esher, Manchester and Bristol. Stowe Family Law now employs more than 50 solicitors.

Senior Partner Julian Hawkhead said:

“The fact that our sole dedication is to the delivery of the very best family law service is a very powerful message to solicitors who want to join the firm. We have the resources and commitment to continue to provide a culture of opportunity where our family lawyers are able to develop their skills and experience in a supportive and encouraging environment.”

Photo: Roz Lidder with Stowe Family Law’s Managing Partner in London, Gavin Scott