Stowe Family Law opens office in Liverpool
Stowe Family Law (Stowe) has opened an office in Liverpool, its first in the city, taking the firm’s national presence to 31 offices and reinforcing its position as the country’s largest specialist family law firm.
The new office will be headed up by Matthew Taylor who specialises in all aspects of family law including divorce, separation, cohabitation issues, nuptial agreements, arrangements for children and financial settlements.
Senior Partner, Julian Hawkhead, said:
“It is an important milestone in the development of Stowe to open our first office In Liverpool. The addition of this office enhances Stowe’s national footprint and prominence in the family law sector in the North West of England.”
“We have more specialist family lawyers than any other firm in the country, ensuring that we provide the very best legal knowledge and experience to our clients.”
Matthew Taylor said:
“I am delighted to join Stowe Family Law and head up their first office in Liverpool; the city in which I have practised as a family law solicitor for the past five years.
The team in Liverpool brings together talented and empathetic lawyers dedicated to achieving the best outcomes for their clients so that they can move forward with their lives constructively.
I am hugely excited to help people from all over Merseyside with their family law matters.”
Photographed: Matthew Taylor at Stowe Family Law, Liverpool
Stowe Family Law is the UK’s largest specialist family law firm with 31 offices in cities including London, Leeds, Cardiff, Sheffield, Manchester, York, Bristol, Reading and Birmingham and market towns including Ilkley, Winchester, Tunbridge Wells, Bournemouth, Guildford, 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.