Leading North West law firm SAS Daniels has welcomed three new solicitors to strengthen its Chester-based legal teams.
Annest Smith joins the firm’s Dispute Resolution team from GHP Legal in Wrexham as a Solicitor. Annest has experience in all types of commercial dispute resolution and specialises in property litigation and disputes regarding wills and estates. As a Welsh speaker, Annest will support the firm’s profile with clients in North Wales.
Claire Porter has been appointed as an Associate Solicitor in the Family team and joins the firm from another local Chester firm. Claire will be supporting the further growth of the family practice in Chester. Claire advises on all aspects of divorce including financial settlements and the complex issues relating to children when a relationship breaks down. Claire is also a Resolution Accredited Specialist in private children law and domestic abuse.
The firm also welcomes Laura Nield, an experienced solicitor in the Residential Property team. Laura will add further strength to one of Chester’s most highly regarded property legal teams headed up by Partner Andrew Clark, as the region’s property boom continues.
Commenting on the new appointments, Kaye Whitby, Corporate Partner and Head of SAS Daniels’ Chester office said: “We are delighted to welcome these three excellent new lawyers, who will add additional strength and depth to our already highly regarded legal teams
“Business is thriving in Chester and as our own business continues to grow across the region, these new appointments will allow us to further develop our presence in the region.”
The firm has also recently achieved its best ever rankings in national legal guide The Legal 500. Most notably the firm has been recognised as a Top Tier firm for Corporate & Commercial law with Partner Jeremy Orrell, the Corporate team head, recognised as an ‘Outstanding Individual.’ In addition, the firm has maintained all its existing specialism rankings as well as gaining new recommendations for Insolvency & Corporate Recovery and Construction.
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