Bromleys Solicitors has appointed Keith Bull as head of its family law department.
Keith is an experienced family law specialist who has held senior roles at firms in the Home Counties, the south west and the north west.
He specialises in cases involving divorce, children, domestic abuse, cohabitation disputes and complex financial and property matters.
Keith qualified in 1990 and is accredited by Resolution as a family law specialist and collaborative law solicitor.
Resolution is an organisation of family lawyers and other professionals who are committed to constructive, non-confrontational ways to resolve divorce, separation and other family-related legal issues.
Mark Hirst, senior partner at Bromleys, which is based in Ashton-under-Lyne, said: “Keith has an excellent reputation with his clients, colleagues and peers in the area of family law.
"Keith has an excellent reputation with his clients, colleagues and peers"
“He always seeks to go the extra mile to achieve the best results for his clients, who include business owners and their spouses, in often complex cases.
“With his extensive legal and management experience, we’re confident that he will prove a big success with his approach and commitment to growing the department and building on our existing team.
“We’re delighted to welcome him to the firm and see him as a great fit with the culture and way we operate at Bromleys.”
Keith, who is pictured, right, with Mark Hirst, said: “Bromleys is a forward-thinking, multi-award winning firm with a clear focus on client service and expert advice, and I very much look forward to contributing to its future success.”
Meanwhile Kristie Fawcett has been appointed as a trainee solicitor in Bromleys’ family team.
Kristie, who achieved a commendation on her legal practice course at The College of Law’s Manchester campus, joined Bromleys as a paralegal in 2017.
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