Good News All Round!
We've recently seen a raft of good news amongst our staff.
Band Hatton Button has promoted lawyers Marta Fisher, Helen Bowns and Karen Ross to associate in recognition for their contribution to the business, client development and the integral roles they have played within their respective teams.
At the same time, Keri Wood has also qualified as a lawyer in the wills, trusts and probate team.
To help meet demand, the firm's residential conveyancing team has also appointed Jade Dooley who is part-way through training to be a legal executive.
Since joining Band Hatton Button only last year, Marta Fisher has carved out a strong client base in corporate work, advising client sales and purchases of business and shareholder agreements.
Helen Bowns has been recognised for her sterling work for the firm's family team, working on cases ranging from wealth protection to children disputes, pre-nups and post-marital agreements.
Residential conveyancing lawyer Karen Ross has also played a key role in one of the firm's busiest departments, fuelled by the resurgent property market and landlords trying to beat the stamp duty hike that came in at the start of April.
Mark Moseley, managing director at Band Hatton Button, said the promotions reflected the company's policy of nurturing talent and career development.
He said: "The promotions are well-deserved for Marta, Helen and Karen who have upheld a high-quality service amid growing demand. Whilst Keri's recent qualification is a result of her own hard work and we're delighted to have her as part of the team going forward.
This is also all on the back of the recent promotion of head of residential conveyancing Sarah Avern to partner as a result of her and her team's stellar performance over recent years and her contribution to the firm's strategy.
Around three quarters of the work we do comes to us via recommendation because of the quality of our staff, their expertise and the exemplary levels of customer service we strive to give at all times".